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Towson University Graduate

Glenn Dale, Maryland, United States
August 27, 2018

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Glenn Dale, Maryland, *****

Tel: 240-***-****

Education: Hampton University, Hampton, Virginia

Bachelor of Science - Electrical Engineering - GPA: 3.28 May 2015

Towson University, Towson, Maryland

Master of Science – Information Technology/Software Engineering - GPA: 3.45 May 2018

Career Objective: To obtain a position in the Software Engineering/Electrical Engineering field where I can utilize my education to contribute to company’s operations.

Specialized trainings: Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Proficient in Collaboration applications (i.e. Google docs), and social media applications, Proficient in C/C ++ programming, Multisim, FEMM, Arduino Processing, Javascript, Oracle SQL, MATLAB, and HTML


IT Intern – American Federation of Government Employees(AFGE) Washington, DC. January 2017- June 2017

Provided documentation for various processes

Joined computers to network domain

Imaged and Re-imaged machines

Engaged in ticket updates, follow-up, and closures via Zendesk IT service management and VPN installation

Summer Intern - U.S. DOE CNS-Y-12 National Security Complex. Oak Ridge TN. June 2014 – August 2014

Manually calculated coil magnetic field based on actual coil model dimensions

Induced current to drive actual coil to determine magnetic field using a magnetometer.

Simulated and functionally tested comparable electromagnetic coil models using PerMag software to calculate magnetic fields

Utilized software to compare magnet fields of actual and simulated coils to verify results

Performed analysis of permanent magnets utilizing PerMag software

Research Assistant - Hampton University School of Engineering and Technology. Hampton, VA. May 2013-July 2013

Created age based Algebraic word problems to assess mathematical capabilities

Developed lesson plans with real world applications that included robot and bridge design sets to engage and challenge students in the classroom setting

Created presentations showing students the importance and practicality of mathematics in the world to promote their pursuance of STEM majors


District Track Club Athlete- 2015-present

Track and Field Athlete (Hampton University)- 2011-2015

Univ. of Tennessee (EVOL-9) Camp, mentored youth aspiring to become Engineers - 2014

So Other Might Eat - (SOME), Program organized to feed the homeless - 2014

Girls Incorporated - Monitored youth ages 5 to 12 during their afterschool activities – 2012

Math Club (Hampton University) - 2011-2015

Hampton University Dean’s List

NCAA All-American

National Society of Black Engineers(NSBE)

2016 U.S Olympic Trails Qualifier

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