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STEVEN J.

MAGENHEIM
(301)-655-2348 STEVENM93@GMAIL.COM 300 S. PUGH ST. STATE COLLEGE, PA 16802

OBJECTIVE
Obtain a position in a Financial Developmental Program to apply my knowledge in financial analysis,
educational backgrounds in businesses, and dedication to strong work ethic in collaborative work environments
with attention to details.

EDUCATION
August 2011May 2015
University Park, PA

The Pennsylvania State University


Bachelors of Science in Energy Business and Finance, College of Earth and Mineral Science
Minor in Economics, Department of Economics
Relevant Courses: Calculus I, II, and Differential Calculus, Advanced Trade Theory, Accounting,
Business Law, Risk Management in Energy Industries, Strategic Cooperate Finance, Chemistry I,
Physics I, Intermidiate Microeconomics, Engineering of Geo-Resources and Earth Systems, and
Intermediate C++ Computer Programming.

RELATED SKILLS

Experience writing financial analysis

Strengths in math and accounting skills

Proficient at Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Experience in collaborative group environments

Quality communication skills

Determined sense of work ethic

Well-traveled, worldly, and open minded

Experience with federal grants and sponsors

Committed to community and social service

Basic C++ computer programming skills

WORK EXPERIENCE
May-August 2014,
Silver Spring, MD

May-August 2013,
Lotan, Israel

D&R International

Internship

Research consultant for If Not Now energy initiative.

Created portfolio for advances in targeting green energy initiatives.

Worked in group dynamics, learned fundamentals of energy consulting company.

Gained significant knowledge on both domestic and international energy markets.

Center for Creative Ecology

Green Apprenticeship Participant, Study Abroad Program

Designed and implemented sustainable architecture, permaculture, local food production,


and technologies for renewable resources.

Lived and learned environmentally friendly ethics and lifestyles.

Worked and lived in a close collaborative environment.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
September 2014
University Park, PA

EBF 304W

Financial Analysis of Ballard Power Systems (BLDP)

November 2011
Present,
University Park, PA

August 2011- June


2014
University Park, PA

Developed an understanding of the inner-working of BLDP

Gained experience in financial analysis in energy market dynamics

Researched and analyzed business reports and financial statements.

Worked in a collaborative group environment.

Penn State Hillel

Secretary/Executive Board Member

Write daily updates, agendas, and meeting minutes.

Collaborate within a board structure to provide programs for over 350 students.

Engage students in Jewish Life and Israeli Advocacy.

Obtained $7,500 grant from the Israel on Campus Coalition (ICC)

Helping Across the Community/BE House

Treasurer/Member

Engage students living on campus to participate in leadership, social justice, and


community service.

November 2012February 2013


University Park, PA

Manage funds and work closely with an advisor of Associated Student Affairs.
Practice writing federal grants.

Penn State THON

Rules and Regulations Committee Member

Collaborated in the management of security and pass systems

Planned social events and fundraising activities.

Participated in 46 hour dance marathon raising over $12 million for the Four Diamonds
Fund in Hershey, PA.