University of Wisconsin Men's Rowing:
- Attended summer USRowing National Team selection camps in summer 1999 and 2001. Since it is difficult to acquaint those who are unfamiliar with the
sport with the events that take place at such camps, I have included a link to a superb
article written by Outside magazine on the subject here.
- Third place, USRowing World Championship Pair Trials in 2001
- Was a member of the first boat for three consecutive years; Wisconsin has won the national championship regatta for each of those three years
- Captain, University of Wisconsin Men's Rowing, 2000-2001
University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing, 9/2001-12/2001
- Duties included cataloging materials, photocopying, staffing the front desk. I also had some opportunities to
code and tabulate research data.
Self-Employed, Summer of 2000, 2001
- I sought out opportunities to complete light contracting work on an independent
basis in order to allow myself the financial opportunity flexible schedule
necessary to make a bid for a berth on the United States National Rowing Team.
Examples would include exterior painting, landscaping work, and interior home
Triple 'A' Student Painters Crew Foreman, Summer 1998
- I was directly responsible for running a crew of three to five painters, as well as
managing customer relations and directly assisting in the production process. Examples of
this would be organizing a work schedule for a crew, reporting to the franchise manager
regarding employee performance, and contacting the customer on a daily basis to ensure
CollegePro Painters, Summer 1997
- Most of my work was solely dedicated to actual production (i.e., painting). I was promoted
to Crew Foreman after several months (this carried the same responsibilities as the
previous position listed)
Target, Inc., 6/1996 - 4/1997
- Assisted in day-to-day operations of the store, including cashiering, stocking, and
- Really, though - who isn't?
- I have been using the since people were talking about the "Information
Superhighway" - I coded these pages in raw html. I'm not a professional web developer,
but I certainly know my way around the internet.