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Showing posts with label internships. Show all posts
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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

My Resume (E-mail Me For More)

Miss Nicole V. Czarnecki
103 A_W, Erickson Hall, UMBC, 1000 Hilltop Circle u Baltimore, Maryland, 21250-0001 u (443) 538-6482u

Objective _____________________________________________________________________
To receive an internship during the 2012-2013 collegiate year, or to receive at least an entry-level job upon or shortly after receipt of B.A. in Political Science degree (with the receipt of said degree expected to occur in May 2013).
Profile ________________________________________________________________________
Born prematurely on January 23, 1990 in the Jewish Diaspora—in her case, Baltimore, Maryland—, Miss Nicole V. Czarnecki has overcome many challenges in her life. Among her challenges have been and are the challenges that she had and has had to face as a prematurely-born infant who was diagnosed with Diplegic Spastia Cerebral Palsy. Also among her challenges have been those that she had and has faced due to being a product of an interethnic (Ashkenazic Jewish and Iberian-Western European), an interfaith (Crypto-Jewish Christian and Western European Christian), and a broken-family (divorced-parent, single-mom, remarried-dad) home.
Perhaps because of her challenge-filled background, Miss Czarnecki went from wanting to be a country-music singer to focusing on being a significant figure and key player in the journalistic, political, legal, and/or cultural worlds. She determined in high school to major in Political Science when she went to college, and to become either a lawyer, a journalist (and, as she likes to say, “to be Geraldo Rivera without being Geraldo Rivera”), an analyst or a commentator, or perhaps even a public official—such as a United States Congresswoman or Senator, or (God willing) a Messianic Jewish/Jewish Christian Member of the Israeli Knesset.
In other words, she—as a Messianic Jew who has overcome many challenges and been made better for her challenge-filled background—is determined to make a political and cultural impact in the Jewish Diaspora (specifically her Diasporan birthplace, the United States of America), Israel, and—if possible—even the rest of the world. Holding a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (as of May 2013), she hopes to use her degree to make her aspired-to political and cultural affect.
Skills Summary _________________________________________________________________
u        Social networking, including blogging
u        Can read, write, and speak English (Native Language)
u        Can speak, read, and write some Spanish (Ancestral Language—great-three-times-granddad on maternal side from Spain; took Spanish in senior year of high school and three semesters at Howard Community College)
u        Can speak some Hebrew and Yiddish, and understand some transliterated Hebrew and Yiddish (Ancestral language—relatives on paternal side were and are Crypto Jews; mainly—if not entirely—self taught/no formal or other classes taken)
u        Critical thinking
u        Ability to form own opinions and have understanding of why she believes what she believes
u        Research and investigative skills (e.g., Amateur genealogical and historical research skills)
u        Amateur photography skills
u        Other skills (Please inquire in interview or by e-mail correspondence.)
Professional Experience __________________________________________________________
None—Disabled (With Diplegic Spastia Cerebral Palsy, from Birth on January 23, 1990)
Employment History ____________________________________________________________
None—Disabled (With Diplegic Spastia Cerebral Palsy, from Birth on January 23, 1990)
Education _____________________________________________________________________
university of maryland, baltimore county – Catonsville, Greater Baltimore, Maryland
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Degree, Expected to receive in May 2013    GPA: 2.75/4.0 (As of October 15, 2012)
(Expected to complete 120-121 credits by May 2013.)

Monday, April 23, 2012

An Internship Seeker Has A Few Questions For Any Intern Recruiters...

  1. I am a Political Science Major at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and I am thinking of either going to law school or going into journalism upon graduation. Are you recruiting interns majoring in Political Science, Pre Law, or Journalism, or similar subjects at this time?
  2. In your field, what is a typical day and work setting like? What does a typical schedule look like?
  3. What do you like about your own job in your chosen field? Is there anything that you wish that you could change about your job?
  4. Is there any reason why people leave your field? Is there any turnover?
  5. What does the typical career path look like? What are the levels in your career field?
  6. Are there any promotion opportunities in your field?
  7. What kind of travel, if any travel, is involved?
  8. What influenced or made you choose your own career path?
  9. What kind of background and skills should I have in your field?
  10. I have Diplegic Spastia Cerebral Palsy, Obsessive Compulsive and Anxiety Disorder with Depression (for which I take medication), and mild ADD and possible mild Aspberger's (for which I do not take medication). I am currently on SSI. Are there opportunities and accommodations for someone such as me in your field?
  11. What else would you like to know about me?
  12. What else should I know about you and your field?
Please e-mail me or look about my webpage to find out more about me. Thank you.

Nicole Czarnecki