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William J. Duray Email: wjduray@mtu.

edu Cell Phone: (231)-838-3862

Permanent Address/Phone: 226 Hubbell Street Harbor Springs, MI 49740 49931 Home: (231)-526-7900 Objective: Qualifications: To obtain full time employment after graduating May 2012

Current address: 3023 N. State Road Houghton, MI

Experienced with Microsoft Office Suite Good leadership and organizational skills Excellent problem solver Ability to work in teams or independently Good written & verbal communication skills. Also experienced with Microsoft Expression Web and the Adobe CS Suites Michigan Technological University, Houghton MI Major: Business Administration with concentration in Marketing Grade Point Average: 2.7 Graduation: May 2012


Completed Coursework:

Principles of Marketing Accounting I,II Principles of Economics Problem Solving Organizational Behavior Principles of Finance Entrepreneurship

Business Law I Statistics Quantitative Problem Solving Business Project Management Introduction to Business Operations Management International Economics

Work Experience: Board Sport Technologies Enterprise Michigan Tech University, January 2008-Current Have been an active member in the enterprise since freshman year and was involved in the manufacture of snowboards. Last school year I held the position of Snow Team Leader, and have overseen the design and manufacture of a new snowboard press design and have managed 3 different project teams throughout the year. General grounds work and delivery person, Harbor Point Association Harbor Springs MI, (Summer Breaks) June 2004-August 2011 Worked for the association doing general grounds work and upkeep until June, then I am assigned to working the delivery van/truck during the main months of the summer season. Rental Employee, Nubs Nob Ski Area-MI, (Winter Breaks) December-February of 2007-Current Worked as Boot Fitter, Ski/Snowboard Technician, Helmet Fitter and Customer Service

Dish Washer, The Harbor Haus Restaurant Copper Harbor MI, September-November 2011 Worked for Mr. Ron Waara to help fill in a dish washing spot at the restaurant before they closed for the winter season.