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ANGELIKA DEMARIO N9206 Christopher Lane Appleton WI, 54915 920-574-8326 email@example.com Education I. Appleton North High School - GPA: 3.0 II. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee - August 2015-Present - Cum GPA: 3.402 - Career Path: International Business for Sports Marketing Work Experience I. Sai Ram Indian Cuisine - Provided customers/employees with the assistance that was wanted. - Helped be apart of a relaxing ambiance to give customers a relaxed and enjoyable dine-in experience. II. Willems Student Marketing Team - May 30 , 2013-August 25 , 2013 - Was instrumental in creating Appleton’s first ever Mile of Music music festival. - Volunteered at Conkey’s Space in selling t-shirts, welcoming packages, and VIP tickets. III. Service Representathve at BMO Harths Bank - September 8 , 2014-June 5 , 2015 - Assisted customers with their banking needs. - Communicated about potential services that can further benefit the customer and bank relationship. - Supported the bank sales team by identifying customer needs and then promoting current offers to them. Involvement I. High School - DECA: Qualified for Nationals in April of 2013 and State in January of 2015 - Youth Apprenticeship: Worked collaboratively with BMO Harris Bank to further my education outside of high school while still receiving school credit. II. People to People Ambassador Program - 21 days was spent in Australia learning about different people in order to empathize and immerse cultures to become more globally connected. Volunteer Experience I. Words Hurt Committee - Was instrumental in helping to create with local high school Appleton East a week dedicated to increasing the emotional well-being of student and faculty. II. Feeding America - Assisted other volunteers in providing those with food stamps the necessary food requirements. III. Make a Difference Day - Worked collaboratively with other volunteers and UWM students to help and clean up the urban streets of Milwaukee. 2
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