Here is my resume that I threw together to see what everyone though, and to see if there was anywhere that anyone though I would use improvement on. Thanks!!! Education August 2010-Present (Junior) 4.357 GPA and ranked 19th out of 397 students in the 94.86th Percentile Many honors and AP classes Work Experience State of Colorado: Dianna Altermatt- Supervisor May 2011-December 2011 (End of Study) Worked as part of a study for the information on stores throughout the state of Colorado that would sell cigarettes to minors in effort to get a bill put into congress to require stores to need a license to sell tobacco products Department of the Interior at Denver Federal Center for Bureau of Land Management: Bill Jackson-Supervisor May 2012- Present Work in the 100K mapping division. My duties include annotation of maps, as well as adding roads, symbols, and topographic numbers to maps that are given out worldwide. Achievements Academic Letter every year in High School, and certificates of outstanding academics in Elementary and Middle School. Golf- Varsity letter for Boys Golf team, Voted most improved player in 2011 on boys golf team. 1st place in adult charity tournament at West Woods Golf Course, 2nd place in boys golf tournament at Indian Tree Golf Course, soon to be Assistant Coach on Girls Golf team. Was elected as 2nd Vice President at American Legion Post #161 in the 2011/2012 fiscal year, and 1st Vice President in the 2012/2013 fiscal year. Received the Student of the Month award through the Arvada Sunrise Rotary Club after being nominated by my high school counselor for having good grades and hundreds of volunteer hours. 1st place in the State of Colorado for winning the castle ballistics competition at the state Colorado Technology Student Association convention in February 2012. Castle ballistics is a competition with a partner where a catapult-like contraption is built with woodworking and/or metalworking with the goal of having accuracy in hitting assigned targets. Many awards in debate ranging from Best Speaker to 2nd place in competition. I have accumulated a total of 398 National Forensics League (NFL) points. Points are earned by competing. In the event I competed in, Public Forum Debate, you would be awarded 6 points for a win, and 3 points for a loss, per round. In my other event, Student Congressional debate (Student Congress) you would give speeches on certain given topics and would be awarded 1-8 points based on the effectiveness and skill in your speech. Chosen to represent the boys golf team at school pep rallies for the past 2 years Activities Volunteer at American Legion Post #161 for 9 years and counting, and have accumulated hundreds of volunteer hours helping bus tables on Sunday mornings for breakfast for veterans of war, helping with children’s Easter and Christmas parties, golf tournaments, and taking positions in office for the Sons of the American Legion to be in charge of monthly membership reports. January 2003- Present At my high school, I am/have been part of the golf team, National Honor Society, Debate and Forensics, Student Council, Colorado Technology Student Association, and Track and Field. Civil Air Patrol starting on October 4th, 2012 Skills Taken 3 years of Spanish Classes, one of which was an honors class Currently in Computer Programming at my school Public speaking skills: I have spoken at school pep rallies and in front of hundreds of people at a school debate fundraiser by debating in the auditorium, and 2 years of debate experience. Miscellaneous Put together a breakfast fundraiser to support the Pomona High School Golf Teams through the American Legion. This included finding staff to work the breakfast, purchasing the food, and managing the money. Through that fundraiser, we raised a total of $750 for the golf team.