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Hannah Prince

Current Address:
1234 College Avenue
Norman, OK 73069

email@ou.edu
405-555-5555

Permanent Address:
4321 Home Street
Broken Arrow, OK 74012

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, December 20XX
Minor: Spanish

University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
Overall GPA: 3.88

Experience

Process Engineering Intern, Summer 20XX
Chevron Phillips Chemical Company, LLC, Sweeney, TX
• Rerouted an atmospheric vent to flair header using ASPEN and FLARENET to stimulate and model new
header
• Performed various projects dealing with the everyday problems faced in an ethylene plant
NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates, Summer 20XX
University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
• Learned valuable laboratory techniques and safety through joining a research team of graduates and
post-doctoral students
• Carried out batch reactions, collecting data through Camille and MS Excel
• Presented research through MS PowerPoint and a final poster presentation
• Participated in 5-week course on the Code of Ethics for Engineers
Engineering Ambassador, August 20XX-Present
Career Services, University of Oklahoma
• Advise engineering students on resume writing and the job search

Honors and Awards
President's Leadership Class
Chemical Engineering Performance of Excellence
Honors Scholar
College of Engineering Dean's List
President's Honor Roll
Sooner Heritage Scholarship
Laurence Reid Gas Conference Scholarship
International School of Hydrocarbon Measurement Scholarship

Activities and Organizations

President, American Institute of Chemical Engineers
Chemical Car Team, Safety Team, T-Shirt Designer, and Planning Committee
Engineers' Club
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Team Coordinator, Intramural Basketball and Softball
Big Event, Group Leader
Sooner Elementary Engineering and Science Club
Chemistry Tutor

Dax Rufnek
2200 Norman Blvd.
Norman, OK 73072
(405) 555-5555
email@ou.edu

OBJECTIVE

To obtain an internship with a civil engineering firm

EDUCATION

University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, May 20xx
GPA: 3.86/4.0

RELEVANT COURSEWORK

Currently Enrolled in: Water & Waste Treatment, Measurements, Concrete 1,
Transportation Engineering, Engineering Practice
Other Relevant Courses: Soil Mechanics, Structural Analysis, Water Resources,
Technical Writing, Continuum Mechanics, Mechanics of Materials, Fluid
Mechanics, Materials, Intro to Differential Equations, Statics and Dynamics,
Introduction to Mass Body and Fate Process, Computer Application in CEES

HONORS

Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Honor Society
Golden Key International Honour Society
Eckart-Pontius Scholarship
John and Dolores Owensby Family Scholarship
ODOT/Poe Scholarship
National Society of Collegiate Scholars, University of Oklahoma Chapter
President's Honor Roll: Spring 2005
Dean's Honor Roll: Fall 2003, Spring 2004, Fall 2004, Fall 2005
Kiwanis Scholarship
Patel Scholarship
Ranked 3rd in High School Graduating Class

ACTIVITIES

American Society of Civil Engineers
Tau Beta Pi
Golden Key
National Society of Collegiate Scholars
University of Oklahoma Engineers' Club

EXPERIENCE

New Home Builders Inc.
Laborer (20xx-current)
• Constructed custom homes. Duties have all been hands-on experience
including framing, roofing, and trimming. Skills consist of building
structures and using power tools.
Joe Walter Lumber Co.
Sales Associate (Summer 20xx)
• Worked with sales and customer service.

Jordan Sooner
901 W Walnut Ave, 405-555-5555
Norman, OK 73072, email@ou.edu

Education
University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, May 20xx
• Major GPA of 3.56
• Passed NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering Exam
• Member of ASCE, Concrete Canoe, and Steel Bridge Team
RELEVANT COURSEWORK: Structural Concrete Design I, Structural Concrete Design II, Water Resources/Water
Treatment, Structural Steel Design I, Transportation Engineering

Work Experience
London Bridge Design
Civil engineering Intern, April 20xx-present
• Worked under two licensed Professional Engineers
• Drafted details for new construction bridges using standard specifications and design information.
• Used In-Roads for layouts, profiling, stationing, and contouring.
• Field experience in emergency maintenance, preventative maintenance, and preliminary bridge reviews.
• Calculated all necessary pay quantities for maintenance repairs and new bridge projects.
• Understanding of LRFD and ASD design methods.
• Exposed to rigid and flexural pavement design methods.
XELP Catalyst
Process Engineering Intern, January 20xx-December 20xx
• Exposed to extensive technical writing, both individually and collaboratively.
• Prepared and presented reports to senior engineers and managers.
• Worked with both mechanical equipment design and material analysis.
• Created and performed multiple designed experiments.

Computer Knowledge
Experienced in Microstation v8, In-Roads, Oracle and Grip
Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office including: Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Exposed to SAP 2000, Ansys and Multiframe finite element analysis and design software
Moderate experience with WaterGems and WatPro software

Achievements
20xx OK Traffic Engineering Association Scholarship recipient
20xx Women in Transportation Scholarship recipient
Certified in project and priority management courses