To obtain a position that fully utilizes the skills and knowledge of a systems engineering degree, exploit my interest in engines and machinery while dealing with people and developing interpersonal skills.
USNS Algol (November 2003): Type: Steam/Ro-Ro; Position: Engine Cadet; Days: 22; Mission: Dock Trials; Ports: Violet Louisiana; Operator: AM Sea, owned by Military Sealift Command.
MV Endeavor (December 2003 – February 2004): Type: Slow Speed Diesel/Container; Position: Engine Cadet; Days: 84; Mission: Mediterranean Trade, Government Cargo; Ports: Italy, Egypt, Israel, Turkey; Owner: E-Ships.
USNS Paul Buck (November 2004 – March 2005): Type: Slow Speed Diesel/Tanker; Position: Engine Cadet; Days: 120; Mission: Deep Freeze (annual supply of Mc Murdo Station, Antarctica); Ports: Japan, South Korea, Guam, Australia, Antarctica, Hawaii, San Francisco; Operator: Ocean Ships Incorporated owned by MSC.
MV Cape Kennedy (March 2005 – June 2005): Type: Medium Speed Diesel/Ro-Ro; Position: Engine Cadet; Days: 74; Mission: Supply reconstruction material to Iraqi; Ports: Texas, Greece, Spain, Egypt, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, UAE; Operator: Keystone Shipping; Owner: United States Military Sealift Command.
Resolute Racing Shells (June – July 2005): Internship, Duration: 2 weeks; Position: Intern/Surface Consultant. Bristol RI.
United States Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point NY
June 2006 (expected graduation); B.S. Major: Systems Engineering (Focus in Marine Eng.), Minor: Environmental Eng, Commission Ensign USNR.
Refrigerant Transition Technician Certification, Type 1 and Type 2.
Computer Skills: Microsoft Office (Fluent), Auto Cad (Fluent), PhotoShop CS (Fluent), Database Design and Implementation (Fluent), Web Design, Microsoft Front Page (Fluent) , Computer Programming, Visual Basics (Intermediate), Maya 7.0 (Basic), Linux (Basic)