1 Randon R. Anderson 3428 Cove View Blvd. Apt. 113 Galveston, TX Objective: To obtain an entry level position with a successful organization that provides career development and advancement. Education Texas A&M University at Galveston, GPA 3.1 May 2012 Bachelor of Science, Maritime Administration Employment Texas A&M University at Galveston Jack K. Williams Library Library Assistant * Aided higher management in optimizing library environment * Scheduled events and processed books * Maintained computer and library equipment Rooms to Go; Friendswood, Texas Office Assistant * Processed accounts receivable and payable * Verified customers credit and opened credit accounts * Arranged customer deliveries, payments, and answered phones Cinemark; Friendswood, Texas Cashier * Handled cash and credit card transactions * Sold movie tickets to customers and stocked concessions COACH Leatherware; Camarillo, California Sales Associate * Worked with customers to optimize their purchase * Handled credit and cash transactions * Stocked and inventoried merchandise Skills *TWIC card *Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint Organizations & Awards Propeller Club at Texas A&M University at Galveston Who s Who Among Students 2011
2 Sarah A. Castaing 3603 Village Oaks Phone: (713) Kingwood, Tx Education Texas A&M University at Galveston Maritime Administration Degree with a minor in Economics and Ocean and Coastal Resources. Estimated Graduation Date: May 2012 August Present Lone Star College Kingwood/Woodlands August May 2009 Kingwood High School August May 2008 Job Experience Intern at Intermarine May 2011 August 2011 Work in documentation department Print, file, organize bills of lading Reply to customers regarding original bills of lading Student Worker in Residence Life at Texas A&M University August Present Galveston Providing customer service support Organize programs and campus activities Participant in full community leader training. Nanny August Present House sitter and gopher for a private family Tutor and baby sit their children Maintain the house while they are out Gymnastics Coach at Rowland Ballard June May 2008 Taught the fundamentals of gymnastics to small kids Spotted children to prevent injury Encouraged self esteem and determination to achieve goals Hostess at Pappas Sea Food January June 2007 Provided customers with a pleasant dining experience Conversed with customers while they wait to be seated Maintained a neat and orderly work environment Relevant Experience Spent quality time down at the Port of Houston Has had several harbor tours of the Port of Galveston Been to international ports including the Port of Malabo and Luba Freeport in Africa Attended a longshoremen's conference in California to better understand the Jones Act Relevent Skills Experience with Microsoft word, excel, power point and publisher Skillful at typing accurately and quickly Familiarity with copy machines, fax machines, answering phones and customer service References Cindy Steinkamp. Entrepreneur. (832) Pam Holdrup. Proven Logistics Solutions. (713)
3 DONALD MATTHEW DEGEN Piermain Dr, Houston, Texas (713) Education: Texas A&M University B.S. Maritime Administration May 2012 Dean s Distinguished Student Award Propeller Club Mirabeau B. Lamar High School Houston May 2007 Work Experience: Portvision: Houston Fall 2011 Intern O Connor and Associates: Summer 2010 Data management Worthington Commercial Construction: Summer 2008 & River Oaks Country Club: Member Services Spring Winter Cavenders Boot City: 2005 Inventory Control Interests: Golf, hunting, fishing, sports References upon request
4 Drew G. DiZinno 4440 Orleans Blvd. Jefferson, LA Cell: (504) October 7, 2011 OBJECTIVE: I am seeking employment in the maritime industry. The demands of marine operations appeal to my interests and I am confident my accountability, exactness, and motivation will ensure I meet those demands successfully. The knowledge I have acquired in the classroom and at sea has prepared me to excel in a challenging career with diverse needs and ever changing environment. Education: Bachelor of Science, Marine Transportation -Texas A&M, Texas Maritime Academy - Cumulative GPA: 3.6 -Expected Graduation Date: December 2011 Experience: Cadet Midshipman in the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets: August Dec Actively participate in Crops activities increasing my responsibility as a leader -Reinforce strong sense of self motivation and discipline -Maintain high levels of organization and attention to detail California Maritime Academy Training Cruise: July-September helped perform many routine tasks associated with maintaining vessel -learned firsthand what it takes to keep a ship operating safely and efficiently Cadet onboard K-Sea Articulated Tug Barge: May-August kept inventory of vessel stores -assisted in writing up stowage plans for office approval -organized/filed ship and barge documents -made ship voyage plans as per Captains orders -carried out cargo operations with mixed products (ULSD, JET, RUL, DF2, HSD) -submitted morning, afternoon, and in-port reports to keep the office and charter up to date on vessel s status Senior Training Cruise CMA/TMA: July September2011 -managed a team of under classmen carrying out shipboard maintenance operations efficiently and safely -stood bridge watches training in the safe navigation of vessel -served and drilled as a member of the ship s primary firefighting team Skills: -USCG Licensed 3 rd Mate Unlimited/1500ton Master -Tankerman Pic
5 Laneesha Nicole Droher 2201 Grand Blvd #8 (832) Pearland, TX Objective: Acquire a full time position in the Maritime industry beginning January 2012 Work Experience: Gulf Marine Services, Inc. Tampa, FL - Internship description attached Summer 2011 Texas A&M University Galveston, TX - Financial Management Services 2008-Present Student Worker; dealt with data entry, filing and organization of office Texas Roadhouse Pearland, TX - Hostess; learned about responsibility and dealing Summer 2010 with people Professional Associations: Propeller Club Texas A&M - Secretary Big Event Committee - Site Leader League of United Latin American Citizens - Vice President - Secretary - Historian Students Encouraging Ethnic Diversity - Historian Education: Expected graduation: December Texas A&M University - Bachelor of Science in Maritime Administration - Minor in Economics - Computer proficiency in Word, Excel and PowerPoint - Related coursework: Brokerage and Chartering, International Trade, Port Operations, Management Policy, Seminar in Management Enterprise Management and other economicbased courses References: Available on request
6 Laneesha Nicole Droher 2201 Grand Blvd #8 (713) Pearland, TX Page 2 Gulf Marine Services, Inc., Tampa, FL My internship with Gulf Marine Services exposed me not only to many different aspects of the office environment but also to the departments in the shipyard. I worked with the supervisors and superintendents of the pipe shop, the machine shop, and with the Quality Control Department. The experience was especially valuable in putting together a big picture of how a company runs; whether with paperwork in the office or behind the scenes in the hard-hat area outside. I participated and networked at events and meetings that included: Oil Spill Committee Port of Tampa Maritime Industries Association Tampa Bay Harbor Safety and Security Tampa Propeller Club Leadership Night This internship was invaluable to me and definitely an enrichment of my education in the maritime field. I experienced the concrete values of teamwork, professionalism, dedication and deadlines. I made many friends and was able to represent the company, myself and my fellow Aggies with the utmost respect.
7 Elizabeth Eubanks Telephone: 817/ Education August 2009 to Present: Texas A&M University at Galveston- Maritime Administration Galveston, TX Junior, who is currently taking courses in intermediate economics, marketing, and financing. Completed courses in economics, intermediate accounting, computer technology and managing personnel, as well as several courses about the maritime industry. Major GPR: 3.61 Minoring in Economics Texas A&M Propeller Club (2010-present) Financial Track August 2005 to June 2009: Paschal High School Fort Worth, TX High school diploma. Member of National Honor Society AP Scholar Work History April 2011 to Present Store Associate The Admiralty on the Strand- Galveston, TX General worker of the family-owned business. Do various tasks, including selling, cashiering, and greeting, as well as take inventory. Must work in a team to help customers with products and to keep store organized. Work between 20 to 30 hours per week. June 2009 to July 2009 and May 2010 to August 2010: Counselor Hermann Sons Youth Camp- Comfort, TX Caregiver and supervisor of campers. Taught classes with other counselors and oversaw four to six counselors at a time. Learned to adapt to different schedules when the weather changed and when the daily schedule could not be met. Worked six consecutive days, with only one night off, each week. Worked for five consecutive weeks in 2009 and total of nine weeks in Range Safety Specialist Youth Development Professional
8 Patrick D. Fagan 7638 Virginia Water Lane Houston, TX EDUCATION Texas A&M University, Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation, Graduation date December of 2013 possess MMD, TWIC & Passport Courses completed: Basic Safety & Lifeboat training Seamanship I & II Terrestrial Navigation Marine Engineering Fundamentals, Electronic Navigation Ship Construction & Stability Cargo Operations Maritime Law Management Process Celestial Navigation Completion of Marine Firefighting Course, Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX), 2010 Graduate of Cy-Falls High Scholl, Houston, TX Related Experience 99 days aboard the Container Vessel Horizon Challenger as a Deck Cadet, 2011 Duties included watch standing, weather reporting, organizing safety drills, maintenance, managing ships documents, and completing coursework for the academy. 60 day summer cruise aboard the training ship Golden Bear as a Deck Cadet; Duties included watch standing, maintenance, firefighting training & on board course work, 2010 ACTIVITIES/CLUBS Member of the Merchant Marine Reserve/Strategic Sealift Officer Program Propeller Club, Texas A&M University Galveston Member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets, Texas Maritime Academy Volunteer hours including but not limited to: Propeller Club outreach, beach clean-up, O-Week leader, Battleship Texas, USS Cavalla and USS Stewart restoration, Rodeo Run clean up, Katy Fire Department helper, Hurricanes' Ike & Katrina clean up, traffic control worker at various events, VFW volunteer SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENTS/LEADERSHIP PT Officer, in charge of planning and leading exercise three days a week. Chief Cadet for Delta Company, Texas Maritime Academy Corps of Cadets Earned the rank of Petty Officer 1 st Class U.S.N.S.C.C. Served as Lead Petty Officer for the Katy Division of United States Navy Sea Cadet Corps Leadership position involving organizational skills, instruction and mentoring of younger cadets. Awarded the Gung Ho award at Petty Officer Leadership Academy, one of only two awards.
9 James Gallery Kennedy Galveston, Texas, Education Texas A&M University Maritime Business Administration, May 2013 Experience Professional Experience Galveston Party Boats Inc. May 2011-Present Office Assistant/Customer service, Fuel Dock operator. Professional Experience A Better Painting Service Inc. March 2010-December 2010 Painter, General Painting and Cosmetic work on residences Activities Galveston College Republicans from October Present Texas A&M at Galveston Propeller Club from October Present
10 BRITNEY GREER KELSEY RAE CT * HOUSTON, TX * PHONE EDUCATION Texas A&M University at Galveston BS Maritime Administration, Expected Graduation December 2011 Minor: Economics Cumulative GPA: 3.7 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TWIC Card Holder 22 nd Breakbulk Conference & Education Day Oct Attended ITMA luncheon Oct rd Mara Education Summit Mar th 4 Annual Women on the Water Conference Nov Breakbulk Conference & Education Day Oct HONORS Texas A&M Galveston Honors Program Undergrad Research Thesis -The Diversification Effects on the Freight Forwarding Industry Academic Scholarship from Texas A&M University Consecutively over four years Received an award from the Houston Maritime Arbitrators Association Maritime Administration finalist for the Tidewater Roger Stone Scholarship Received William P. Ricker Scholarship & Award for Leadership EXPERIENCE Campus Worker- Texas A&M at Galveston- Galveston, Texas School Terms Math Grader Student Researcher ACTIVITIES & ORGANIZATIONS/ LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE TAMUG Business Club - Member Gulf Coast Big Brother Big Sister - Volunteer Sisterhood of University Leaders - Member Sept Present May May 2011 Sept Present Lambda Kappa Alpha - Member Sept Present Student run Honors Organization Salt Water Fishing Club - Secretary Sept May 2011 Daughters of the Republic of Texas - Member ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE Seasonal Employment Apr Present
11 BRITNEY GREER KELSEY RAE CT * HOUSTON, TX * PHONE Pappadeaux Restaurant / Champions Golf Club / DS Recreational Services, Inc.
12 BRITNEY GREER KELSEY RAE CT * HOUSTON, TX * PHONE
13 Omar R. Guzman 5625 Schutz Street, Houston, Texas Telephone: (832) Summary of Qualifications Proven track record for handling confidentiality, sensitive records relating to employment, and student records Strong communication skills: MS Office proficient, fluent in both English and Spanish, and currently pursuing a third language: Portuguese Solid experience in the shipyard and facilities industry TWIC Certified, and Top Secret Security Clearance Excellent Computer knowledge and Software Application skills Education Texas A&M University, , Galveston, Texas, GPA: Major: Maritime Administration Minor: Economics EGD: December 2011 Lone Star College-North Harris, , Houston, Texas A.S. Specialization Math and Science Phi Theta Kappa Magna Cum Laude ** Financed 100% of my education while working 40+ hours per week as a full time student. Professional Experience Gulf Copper Drydock & Rig Repair, Security Guard, Galveston TX Guaranteed and maintained optimum levels of security within the facilities and shipyard. Generated reports and documents as needed based on daily activities. Maintained an excellent rapport with all employees and guest on the premises. Inspected radio equipment to ensure specifications. And safety regulations were met. Lone Star College System, Administrative Assistant I, Houston, TX Supervised and trained new employees. Acted as supervisor on weekends. Handled all aspects of transcripts, degree requirements and registration processes. Processed enrolled, address and job verification request. Responsible for handling confidential/sensitive documents and information. U. S. Navy, Operations Specialist 2 nd Class Petty Officer, San Diego, CA U. S. N. R., Operations Specialist 2 nd Class Petty Officer, Houston, TX Performed routine preventive maintenance of electronic equipment. Repaired, replaced, tested and evaluated equipment as needed. Supervised a team of 5, and maintained unit members information to date. Maintained a communications network with other business units.
14 Megan Mayfield Current Address: Texas A&M - Galveston Address: Galveston, TX Phone: Mobile - (214) Objective: Work Experience: To obtain a position in a professional maritime environment that will coincide with the Maritime Administration degree I am currently pursuing at Texas A&M University. Library Student Worker January 2010 Present Assisting students and professors with general library questions. Act as administrative assistant to the head librarian for inner library loan contracts. Organize and shelve books and journals the library receives. Willie G s Galveston - June 2009 August 2009 Responsible for managing customers complete dining experience and delivering their requests in a timely and professional manner. Managed dining experiences for general public, but also corporate clients, averaging 10 plus clients per table. Kroger - Cashier - February 2006 July 2006 Responsible for cash register, cash drawer, and scanning customer purchases. Also responsible for customer service and register financial closing. Education and Leadership Activities: Volunteer Experience: Texas A&M Galveston 08/08 May 2012 Maritime Administration Degree Honors Program 2009 Propeller Club 2011 Lewisville High School ( Graduated 12 th Grade Year) - 08/04 06/08 Lewisville High School Student Council Lewisville High School Drumline Cymbal Section Leader S.M.A.R.T Program 03/09 Present Reading to children in kindergarten and first grade and teaching how to read. Helped to distribute books to the children in the public school affected by Hurricane Ike. References: Available upon request Personal Attributes: Relevant Courses: Organized, Well spoken, On time, Personable, and able to easily use all Microsoft Office software. Ships and Shipping, Ocean Transportation I and II, Accounting I and II, Inland Waterways, Admiralty Law, Brokerage and Chartering, and Maritime Supply Chain Management.
15 Preston Doyle McDonald FM 1484 Conroe, TX Phone: Education: Texas A&M University Galveston Expected graduation December 2011 Major: Maritime Administration GPA: 3.4 Minor: Economics GPA: 3.6 Overall GPA: 3.1 Work Experience Thigpen Energy Services, LLC Summer 2009 & 2010 Level one technician: installed and tested natural gas analyzers, built and installed stands for explosion proof enclosures, installed and commissioned gas pipeline radio communication systems, inspected and tested pressure relief valves, performed gas pipeline right-of-way maintenance, operated industrial equipment, fabricated and welded structural components, managed shop supplies inventory. ACS Electric (Alphase Control Systems) Summer 2007 Master Electricians Assistant: Installed plat control system hardware, pulled wire and installed conduit, performed site design analysis to identify potential installation issues. Cut-N-Shoot VFD Four years service Intermediate Volunteer Fire Fighter: Completed with six-week written and physical basic training course, assisted in fire fighting and rescue situations. Academic Achievements Outstanding Academic Achievement, Spring 2010 Maritime Projects Maritime Economic Issue-Seminar and Research class-march 2011 Wrote a twelve page essay describing how the invention of the container has impacted the Maritime industry today. Research paper Admiralty Law class-december 2010 Researched and wrote a ten page report explaining the Exxon Valdez tragedy and the events that took place on March 24, Marketing Analysis-Marketing class-december 2010 Performed a marketing analysis to find and solve a marketing problem within USAA, which was detailed in a twenty five-page report and presented in a twenty-minute oral presentation. Skills and Certifications Proficient Microsoft Office Excellent interpersonal skills TWIC Cardholder CNG Certified LNG Certified Certified Forklift Operator OSHA General Industry Safety and Health training Safe Gulf training certified Safe Land training certified Experience as heavy equipment operator Scuba diver certified Activities Texas Children s Hospital Renal Dialysis Unit, outdoor fishing activities mentor, through The Texas Oilman s Bass Invitational. (TOBI) Oil Field Helping Hands (OHH), 2011 Saltwater Tournament.
16 Hunting, fishing, sports, entrepreneur References References furnished upon request.
17 Arthur Ouellette Windjammer Helotes, TX (832) EDUCATION Texas A&M University at Galveston Class of 2011 Maritime Administration (MARA) major. Advances toward a Bachelors Degree in Maritime Administration. EMPLOYMENT Texas A&M Galveston Residence Life Community Leader Daily communication with floor constituents and faculty Individualized attention to all residents Galveston Family YMCA Teen Counselor Leadership in public speaking Development in positive environment for teens with focus on public speaking skill WORK EXPERIENCE Work three part time jobs funding entire college education & expenditures GROUPS/ ACTIVITIES Texas A&M University at Galveston Student Government Association (SGA) Freshmen Class Representative Sophomore Class Representative Junior Class Representative Speaker of Student Body Senate (Recognized Public Speaker) Texas A&M University at Galveston Junior Yell Leader Elected for motivation of mass number of individuals Texas A&M University at Galveston Speaker of student body senate Elected to conduct, manage, and motivate SGA member meetings AWARDS/ SPECIAL RECOGNITION National Eagle Scout --Awarded by Texas State Representative David Liebowitz Who s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Texas A&M Galveston MARA set-aside Scholarship Helotes, Texas, Optomist Club Scholarship for Public Speaking. CERTIFICATIONS Red Cross Professional Rescuer certified Red Cross CPR/First Aid certified Red Cross Automated Electronic Defibrillator (AED) certified
18 JOSHUA M. SCHORLEMMER 1903 Eagles Cove Friendswood, Texas (713) EDUCATION Texas A&M University B.S. Maritime Administration May 2012 GPA: 3.0/4.0 Clear Brook High School Friendswood, Texas May 2008 Earned 50% of college expenses through work CREDENTIAL TWIC Card EXPERIENCE Inchcape Shipping Services, Jacintoport May 2011-September 2011 Operations Assistant Discount Tire Co., Technician January 2008 present Academy Sports & Outdoors Webster Retail Sales ACTIVITIES TAMUG Fishing Club Secretary and Treasurer References upon request