JOHN M. SAMPLE
1234 Main Street, Wilmington, NC
12345, Cell: 877-875-7706, Info@greatresumesfast.com
Seeking to Transfer Broad-Based Skill Set, 5+ Years of
Experience in Environmental Safety Awareness, and Rescue and
Rehabilitation Success into Coastal Education Specialist
Results-focused, quality-driven professional with extensive
experience in environmental education, safety awareness, and
rescue and rehabilitation positions, demonstrating consistent
perseverance in the education of Sea Turtle Nesting and
Environment Impact. Advanced presentation and relationship
development abilities, with track record of success improving
awareness of Sea Turtle Nesting Programs and endangered animals.
University of North Carolina Wilmington, Wilmington,
Bachelor of Arts, Environmental Studies
Geographic Information Systems, Natural Resource Economics,
Hazardous Waste Operations, Emergency Response and
University of Newcastle,
New South Whales, Australia; Spring Semester 2007.
Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue
and Rehabilitation Center, Topsail Beach, NC
May 2006-August 2007
Rehabilitated and released over 20
threatened and endangered sea turtles back into the wild.
Provided educational tours for over 300
daily visitors focusing on the health and treatment methods
of turtles dramatically increase local awareness.
Interacted with turtles daily while
providing food and treatment to turtles located in the
Assisted with the creation, development,
and implementation of the Topsail Beach Sea Turtle Nesting
Monitored 15 miles of beach for nesting
sea turtles during the dredging program.
Eagle Scout, Topsail Beach, NC
Created, developed, and implemented
Chesapeake Bay environmental safety awareness project.
Distributed educational pamphlets raising
awareness about environmental impacts on the Chesapeake Bay
from dumping yard waste and trash down storm drains.
Labeled storm drains "Do Not Dump" and
"Chesapeake Bay Drainage" to remind citizens of their
responsibility to protect the local environment.