Andrew Smith


(000) 000-0000


287 Custer Street, Hopewell, PA 00000

Professional Summary

I have lived in diverse parts of the United States including Washington D.C., Minneapolis in
Minnesota and just outside of New York City where I was teaching kids Czech language. I also worked for different festivals where I was selling food and drinks. Before I moved to America I worked for an architect in his studio and also in Burger King. 

Employment history

May. 2017 – Jun. 2017
Vanview, Delaware
Curator, Sauer Inc

I used to do a lot of different exhibitons and talked to customers. 

Jun. 2016 – Jul. 2016
Sauerberg, New Mexico
Designer, Stark, Dicki and Anderson

 I worked as a trainee in the area of creation, and I assisted most of the time in projects execution, until its final stages as ambiance and decoration of external environments. It contributes as a whole with creative and innovative ideas for the company. 

Mar. 2016 – Apr. 2016
Eugenehaven, Arizona
Dishwashing, Preparing food., Keebler, Medhurst and Witting

  • Clean food preparation areas, cooking surfaces, and utensils.
  • Verify that prepared food meets requirements for quality and quantity.
  • Cook and package batches of food, such as hamburgers and fried chicken, which are prepared to order or kept warm until sold.


Bachelor of Science: Architectural Technology and Construction Management

  • North Wisoky – South Stevehaven, Maryland

Oct. 2017
High School Diploma: Architecture

  • Western New Mexico University – Lemkeborough, Alaska






  • Active and effective use of social media.
  • Understand how to best target an audience’s interest to maximize reach and impressions. 
  • Gain 10,000 followers in the span of three months.


  • Cleaned enclosures, holding areas and loading areas
  • Focused on individual animals needs to provide comfort, companionship and entertainment
  • Provided an elevated customer experience to generate a loyal clientele 
  • Greeted customers entering the zoo to determine level of comfort with our animals
  •  Enthusiastically interacted with the visitors to provide a friendly atmosphere and educate about the animals on site


  • Conduct research on the history of internships at Trinity
  • Identify historical documents and artifacts that tell the story of internships at Trinity
  • Select oral history interviews for inclusion in a physical and digital exhibit
  • Develop and edit the exhibit text and object labels
  • Help to create the interactive oral history program for the exhibit
  • Using Omeka to create a digital database to host the oral history interviews and to feature the images and artifacts that will accompany them