- Elizabeth Averill Briggs1444 East 1700 South Salt Lake City, Utah 84105 Phone: 435-901-3241 firstname.lastname@example.orgObjective:Seeking a job in a competitive environment where I can demonstrate my leadership qualities, competitiveness, and work ethics. My ability to work well with others as well as interact with the public is an important qualification, which I possess.
University of Utah 2010-Present
School of Communication
Expected graduation in 2013 with a double major in Strategic Communication and international studies with a minor in arts and technology and Spanish.
Chapman University 2009-2010 Dodge School of Film: Public Relations and Advertising
Park City High School 2005-2009
Introduction to Public Relations 101 Introduction to News Writing
Introduction to Business Introduction to the Digital Arts
Theories of Persuasion Media and Pop Culture
Public Speaking Introduction to Film Photography
Anthropology: Human Experience Visual Communication
Honest Tea Road Warrior Intern 05/2011-Present
Salt Lake City, Utah
– A full time Honest Tea employee acting as an ambassador for the brand by promoting, executing events, guerilla marketing, demos and learning new/innovated marketing tactics.
– Hands on experience of being the face of the brand to the consumer
– Gained experience on how a new organic beverage works in the beverage industry
– Obtained a better understanding of marketing and conducting business
– Hours: 40 hours a week
– Resources: Regional Marketing Manager – Swire: Corbett Simon Cell: 801-230-9818 Email: Corbett@honesttea.com
Park City Freestyle Ski Team Coach 5/2010-Present
Park City, UT.
– Located at the Utah Olympic Sports Park and Park City Mountain Resort, with the responsibility to oversee athlete’s progression in skiing and overall safety.
– Worked with all ages and personalities to motivate, set goals, and push athletes to succeed in an effective way.
Resources: Park City Freestyle: Mick Berry (435)-640-8752 Fly Freestyle: Tim Preston (435)-513-1660
Hapa Grill 12/2010-04/2011
Park City, UT.
Resources: Restaurant Manager: Sean (301)-992-7829
Rosenhill-Tragard Farm 7/2010
World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms
–A summer spent working on an organic farm to pay for room and board while studying organic farming to learn about how to be a sustainable and resourceful human being.
Sundance Film Festival 1/2010
Wii Fitness game instructor
– Educated societies elite about wii fitness and the benefits that go along with it.
Sahara Sun Tanning Salon 7 /2008-1/2009
Park City, UT.
Resources: Manager: Ali Knudsen (435)-901-3180
Park Meadows Country Club 5/2006-8/2008
Park City, UT.
– Pool Waitress
Spain Study Abroad 6/2007
San Sebastian, Spain
–Studied abroad for a summer to develop fluency in Spanish
-Through living with a Bask host family, adjusting to cultural differences were met and classes were taken in a local university for four hours a day.
2010 CPR and First Aid Certified
Honors and Awards
Chapman University and University of Utah Deans Scholar
Growing up in Park City, Utah, could not have been a more ideal childhood. With the Wasatch mountain range acting as a big playground, I was able to seek any adventure. After years of various winter sports, I began freestyle mogul skiing, and that is where the real adventure began. By the time I was 15, I was traveling and competing throughout the United States and Canada on the North American Freestyle Tour. Training five days a week and traveling six weeks out of the year to compete became a conflict with school. However, with my long absences I was still able to balance my passion for skiing with school to maintain a strong GPA. I credit my skiing career as the reason for diligence in my life. It allowed me to accomplish my goals and believe in myself in whatever it is I do.
I was raised with the principle that travel is the ultimate education, and because of this I have been able to travel the world and interact with different cultures, giving me an open attitude towards life. With these experiences I feel that I am able to communicate with all types of people and handle life’s unexpected hurdles with ease. I find that each time I travel I become increasingly aware of the most minute of things, almost seeking an ethnographic experience, whether this is picking up a few words in the language or blindly ordering off of the menu in hopes of trying something new. I am constantly trying to step past the stereotype of a white-sneakered, fanny-pack-wearing American who follows a guide and a precise itinerary, to instead find the heart of the city where the real culture lies.