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EDUCATION IST: Micro. App. (Administrative/Office Applications) AAS Currently Pursuing J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College, Henrico, VA IST: Microcomputer Applications (Career Studies Certificate) 2011 J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College, Henrico, VA Computer Systems Technology (Career Studies Certificate) 2004 Highland Springs Technical Center, Highland Springs, VA RELEVANT COURSE WORK Information Systems Keyboarding Skill Development Microsoft Office Fundamentals of Spreadsheets and Databases SKILLS Currently registered undergraduate student Knowledge of customer service principles and practices Knowledge of software applications Committed to diversity and equality culture Familiar with a cash register PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Sales Associate Christmas Tree Shops, Glen Allen, VA October 2011 –December 2011 Interacted with the customers; Stocked shelves, racks, cases, bins, and tables with new merchandise Library (Work Study Student) January 2011 – June 2011 J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College, Richmond, VA Shelved, covered, labeled, and retrieved books, filing, and some data entry Office Assistant Qimonda North America, Sandston, VA August 2006– January 2009 Provided general clerical duties such as Filed, copied, assembled brochure packets, and data entry into excel spreadsheets (Mailing Lists) Production Line Worker Debbie Staffing (Sonoco), Sandston, VA September 2005 – July 2006 Ensured that the product was counted packaged and sorted effectively and efficiently; Maintained quality at all times Sales Associate Khol’s, Mechanicsville, VA June 2005 – August 2005 Provided customer service; was required to do fitting room recovery; some cashier experience was required

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Apply to a several temp agencies. This way you get some professional experience as a "substitute." With your experience with applications and sales, you could fill as an accounting assistant, sales administrative assistant, or customer service/assistant or order entry... More
Answered By: Ryan - 2/21/2012
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