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Geology degree, GIS, Quick learner, Flexible, Analysis skills

Kelso, WA
June 22, 2018

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Logan Taylor

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A self-starter and a quick learner, willing to be flexible in a job and learn new abilities.

Proficient in GIS and some experience with electron microscopes.

Skilled in analysis by using microscopes.

Received honor of Eagle Scout in 2013.


Regal Entertainment Group Kelso, WA

Usher 2013

Cleaned up theaters/worked behind the bar.

Experiences with working with the public.

Weyerhaeuser Longview, WA

Seasonal Employee 2014 Summer – 2017 Summer

As a seasonal employee I came to work at Weyerhaeuser when I was off from school and learned how to run a large part of the mill machinery. This job gave me the skills to quickly adapt to a problem and to learn how to do a task safe and effectively.

Zen Sushi & Bar Bellingham, WA

Dishwasher/Kitchen 2017-2018

This job taught me how to work effectively under pressure, many times there would be a rush and I would have to focus on cooking 3 or 4 things at once. I came out of this job being able to keep my composure in tough situations.


Kelso High School Kelso, WA

High School Diploma 2009-2013

While in high school I participated in cross country, swimming, and track all 4 years and was captain of the cross country and track team senior year, these sports gave me experience with leadership roles.

I was also in AP classes all throughout high school with gave me the abilities to comprehend information and process it into words on paper easily.

Western Washington University Bellingham, WA

Bachelor of Arts in Geology 2013- 2018

During my time at Western Washington University I learned many skills pertaining to environmental/geologic testing. In many classes we used microscopes to examine sediments or GIS to map out an area with the information we were given. WWU taught me how to take a daunting task and overcome it while staying positive the whole time.


Rob Honey

Supervisor at Weyerhaeuser


Brady Foreman

Sedimentology professor at WWU


Sean Mulcahy

Petrology professor at WWU


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