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DMITRIY S.

KOSILOV
dmitriykosilov@hotmail.com | 301-760-6529
CAREER GOALS

EXPERIENCE

Obtain a professional degree and become successful in a stimulating and challenging career, building
toward success of a corporation.
The leadership positions I held in METSA required competency using various MS programs that
facilitate organization of databases and project management. This experience developed fundamental
skills that will enable me to succeed in the workforce.

KGD ARCHITECTURE, 1300 WILSON BLVD SUITE 250, ARLINGTON, VA 22209


CONSTRUCTION ADMINSTRATOR /EXPERT [JANUARY, 2015 PRESENT (PART-TIME)]

GOAL: Steward (conducting, supervising, and managing) for construction contacts between
business owners and contractors.
Responsible for reviewing and processing contractor product data submittals.
Processing the contractors Request for Information (RFIs) dealing with certain aspects of the
building.
Mediating and facilitating construction site tours used to address architectural-related questions.
Responsible for reviewing architectural drawings and matching certain aspects with appropriate
reference points.
Responsible for designing with the building architect certain aspects of buildings including interior
and exterior designs.
Review marketing proposals from potential partner companies about using their products in the
design phase of the project
Responsible for reviewing of all aspects of the building contract with the client.
Presented PowerPoint to address questions that architects have on certain buildings.
Writing summary reports on the progress of the contract.
Ensure the contractors are compliant with the building materials and are meeting project budgets.
Used Adobe Revit to design an open office space design for the APAH building.
Competent in MS Word, Excel, Outlook, Power-point, Google Sketch-up, Google Layout, Adobe
CAD, Autodesk Inventor.
Currently training through KGD University- focused on business management and architectural
certifications.

ROAD RUNNER SPORTS, ROCKVILLE, MD


SALESASSOCIATE; NOVEBER, 2015 JANUARY, 2105 (PART-TIME)

GOAL: Improve runners experience buying and using athletic running shoes.
Responsible for opening and closing the store which included logging the cashier.
Tracked inventory and restocked sports shoes and sporting accessories.
Trained on forming custom insoles for custom-fit running shoes

WOODMONT COUNTRY CLUB


FIRST TEE/ CADDIE, JANUARY 2015 OCTOBER 2015 (PART-TIME)

GOAL: Improve golfers experience at the club in any way possible


Cleaning golf clubs and racking the golf bags after the golfers are done golfing.
Cleaning golf carts and parking them when they are clean.
Driving golfers to and from valet along with guests bags.
Helping golfers with directions as well as setting up tee times.
Caddie for members or guests, either forecaddie or just single bag caddie.

SERVER/BUSSER, JULY 2015- JANUARY 2016

GOAL: Provide great service to the members and guests.


Cutting bread and making soups and small salads for guests.
Taking drink orders and serving drinks and meals.

SKILLS,
ABILITIES

RECOGNITION,
AWARDS,
CERTIFICATION
S

Organizing butter and making new trays for the next day.
Retrieve and keep an inventory of the food storage units.

MATH, ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE ACADEMY (METSA, 2012-2015) This


academy encourages and develops students in active collaboration, building skills and knowledge,
critical thinking/problem solving, presentation skills, research skills, social and cross-cultural skills,
technology literacy, work ethic and effort, and writing skills encountered in STEM careers. I was
selected by application and teachers recommendations to be part of this academy which opened-up
many opportunities for me to take on leadership positions.

METSA ROCKETRY CLUB (in collaboration with Ignite Systems Go, 2012-2015). During my 3 years
as captain, I was responsible for managing the annual challenge posed by Ignite Systems. In 20122013, the challenge was to build a rocket that would go 1 mile with bought materials. For 2013-2014,
the challenge was to build a rocket that would go 1 mile with homemade materials only and the 20142015 challenge was to build a supersonic rocket (mock) only using handmade materials. My
responsibilities during his tenure included building a team based on student skills, performance on a
pre-test and their interpersonal skills. I was a selected individual by SystemsGo to present to a NASA
engineer team the rocket design. SystemsGo recognized my innovation and leadership efforts with
monetary awards (Fredericksburg, Texas). Learned and applied 3D graphic rendering skills (SketchUp,
Revit) to my rocket project.

METSA FAST-TRACK CLUB (collaboration with NASCAR and the US Army, 2012-2015). I lead the
marketing team to raise money by creating presentations and fliers to gain sponsorships for the
creative engineering design team to manufacture a car that would win an endurance race. I was also
part of the creative engineering team for two years (2012, 2013) that was responsible for designing a
Peltier radiator cooling system to help dissipate the heat generated by the motor so that the battery
would last and win the endurance race for the 2013 race. The US Army recognized my leadership and
innovation with monetary awards.

COMPUTER COMPENTENCIES (2012-2015) Auto-desk inventor (3D CAD software), MS Office


Specialist (certified by a web-based test). Competent using Microsoft Word, Excel, Project, Google
Drive).
HONORS SOCIETIES. Based on my GPA and teacher recommendation, I was selected to the National
Honor Society (2011- current) and National Math Honors Society (2012, Mu Alpha Theta, )
NEW TECH NETWORK (2013-2015). Our HS was one of the schools that practiced NTN, a projectbased learning system unlike a traditional classroom. I was selected by teachers recommendations to
represent our HS in conferences and school tours.
SERVICE AWARD (2014) - Student Service Learning hours (190) not mandatory for Texas HS;
volunteered in Dallas homeless shelter, fire department, and mechanic shop.
NEXT WORLD WIDE (2014) CONFERENCE. I was selected to attend the leadership conference in
Banff, Ontario. The conference seminars focused on developing the leadership skills needed for
effective leadership qualities such as influencing others outside your group, dealing with difficult people
and effective project management

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EDUCATION

KGD UNIVERSITY, 1300 WILSON BLVD SUITE 250, ARLINGTON, VA 22209


FEB2015 TO PRESENT

Completed 166 credit-courses focused on business management and architectural certifications


Item#
RV-GRA091
RV-PKG307
RV-PKG01
RV-C05
RV-C06
ST-SCCS2
RV-SCSC
ST-SCME2
ST-SCQE

Title
LEEDGreen Associate Qualification Certificate: Green
BuildingPrinciples
RedVector Certificate in A/E Project Management
RedVector Certificate in Construction Supervision
RedVector Executive Certificate in Business
Management
RedVector Executive Certificate in Leadership and
Management
Smart Certificate: A Comprehensive Customer Service
Program
Smart Certificate: A Comprehensive Sales Program
Smart Certificate: Manager Essentials
Smart Certificate: QualityEssentials

Level
Intermediate

CreditHours
10

Fundamental
Fundamental
Advanced

26
40
35

Advanced

38

Fundamental

Fundamental
Intermediate
Intermediate

3
6
3

RICHARD MONTGOMERY HIGH SCHOOL, 250 RICHARD MONTGOMERY DRIVE, ROCKVILLE,


MD 20852
JAN2015 TO PRESENT; CLASS OF 2016

I started school at Richard Montgomery in January 2015, after moving from Texas. Due to the fact that
credit requirements for high school differ from Texas to Maryland, I attend school for 4 hours (AP
classes and an elective), then I work at Road Runner Sports on a part-time basis. Ive currently applied
for admission at several reputable universities. My current GPA is 3.72 (un-weighted) and 4.4
(weighted) and a 2100 on the SAT and a 27 on the ACT

R.L. TURNER HIGH SCHOOL 1600 Josey Lane | Carrollton, TX 75006 | 972-968-5400,
2012 to Jan 2015
I was admitted to the METSA academy in my HS based on an entrance exam, work ethic, grades and
teachers recommendations. This program offers courses and clubs that developed my leadership,
creativity and teamwork skills (specifics are described under skills and abilities). I was on the varsity
basketball team (2012-2015) and the Field and Track team (2013-2015).
Learned 3D graphic rendering skills using SketchUp, Revit for car, train and rocket part models

ACADEMIC &
ATHLETIC
COMPETITIONS

REFERENCES

2012- 1st place presentation in the School Science Fair. Title: Modulation of Enzymatic Activity in Yeast.
Presentation then placed 1st in the Regional Science Fair and subsequently 7th in the State Science
Fair.
2012 2nd place in the Schools Language Arts Fair about Mayan lifestyle.
2012- Science Olympiad; awarded 1st place. Challenge: Create a design and perform a science
experiment with materials given within 20 min
2012- Science Olympiad; placed 3rd; Challenge: Mouse trap challenge.
2014- Represented my HS at States (Texas) in the triple jump (placed 5th in States competition)

NICK OVERHOLT, Director of Outside Operations, Woodmont Country Club;


Noverholt@Woodmontcc.com
CONNER FARRELL, Assistant Golf Professional; Woodmont Country Club;
Cfarrell@Woodmontcc.com
STEWART MCNAIRY, Financial Advisor, Crescent Securities Group Inc. (214) 675-4085
WILLIAM MACKLIN, R.L. Turner High School Basketball Coach (817) 808-7677
MARTA CORCORAN, Senior Scientist, Drug Delivery & Device Development Group,

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Medimmune/AstraZeneca. corcoranm@medimmune.com; (301) 398-2182


Evan Wyly, Owner of Maverick Capital, Maverick Capital, (214) 435-8920

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