Obtain a biological survey position with emphasis on applied ecology and conservation EDUCATION
Bachelor of Arts (January 2016)
Major in Biology, Minor in Spanish
o Performed ecological surveys in Mississippi Delta region of Louisiana o Studied Spanish language during immersive semester in Buenos Aires, Argentina o Lived in Honors Spanish Immersion House, “La Casa” EXPERIENCE
Fort Benjamin Harrison State Park Indianapolis, IN Intern (June – July 2015)
Conducted ecological analyses (e.g., invasive plant and animal species)
Surveyed native animal and plant communities
Interacted with public (e.g., engaged park visitors and served as instructor for Summer Youth Program) Athens Restaurant Franklin, IN
Server (June 2011 – Present)
Purchased and procured special menu items
Franklin College Facilities Franklin, IN
Maintenance Employee (June 2011 – August 2014)
Cared for outdoor campus resources (e.g., landscaping)
Painted interior and exterior spaces
Assisted in campus-wide recycling initiative
Basic animal taxonomy
Plant and animal keying
Soil analysis (texture, color [Munsell])
Weather and water database querying
Animal sampling (e.g., macroinvertebrates, fish seining, mammal live-trapping, avian mist netting)
Tooth-based aging of deer
Communication in person and in writing.
Flexibility and innovation; I am always looking or better or more efficient ways to perform tasks.
Life-long Learning; I am committed to learning and improving myself and my work.
High performance; I take initiative when needed and can work alone with laser focus on identified priorities.