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1 Jim Pao-Chun Liu Campus: Permanent: 6112 Cascadilla Hall 3211 E Main St Ithaca, NY 14853 Endwell, NY 13760 (607) 240-1677 (607) 748-7388 [email protected] [email protected] Objective : To secure a Co-op or internship position with a well established organization with a stable environment that will lead to a lasting relationship in the field of finance. Education : Cornell University , College of Engineering, Ithaca, NY anticipated May 2011. Current GPA: 3.21 Dean’s List (Fall 2008) Relevant Coursework include: • Industrial Data and Systems Analysis •Introduction to Computing Using MATLAB and Robotics • Object-Oriented Programming and Data Structures • Basic Engineering Probabilities and Statistics • Financial and Managerial Accounting Maine Endwell High School , Endwell, New York Graduated June 2007 with a Gold Regents Diploma.
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Unformatted text preview: Work Experience : Assistant Manager, May 2007-August 2007 and May 2008-August 2008 Endwell Motel, Endwell, NY • Constructed and implemented a computer program in JAVA and later a database for storing customer information. • Registered arriving customers and led them through the check-in and check-out processes. • Handled customer complaints and questions. • Learned bookkeeping work. Activities : • Columbia University Engineering Design Program for High School Students (Summer 2006) • Cornell Investment Club (Fall 2008 - present) • Chair of Leadership Development Group and Alumni Relations in Engineering Student Council (Fall 2007 - present) Specialized Skills : • Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access, Outlook • Programming Language: JAVA, Matlab, some SQL and Visual Basic • Basic CAD and photoshop...
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