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Inventory of Skills

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Social Perceptiveness - The ability to recognize social norms and trends and adapt social media posts accordingly.

Leadership - Lead a team of staff to have successful shifts working in the service industry.

Negotiation - Negotiating specials and product stocking with sales reps from the various beer and liquor distributors.

Conflict Resolution - In the bar industry there are a lot of fights that I've had to talk down both parties and come up with a solution to make both parties satisfied.

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My Job Skills

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1. investigating problems
At my internship with Electrolux, I have assisted in investigating a problem with the hinges on a French Door Bottom Mount fridge that is about to go into mass production in the Fall.
2. updating files
Also at my internship, I have gotten a chance to consistently update inventory lists for where and what test each unit is undergoing while at the factory. This list has up to 100 units at a time.
3. advising people

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My Job Skills

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1. imagining new solutions
As an intern for Clemson Online, I brainstorm ways to market for projects.

2. speaking to the public
As an SI Leader, I led study sessions in front of students three times a week.

3. interviewing prospective employees
As an intern for Clemson Online, I have interviewed new interns.

4. motivating others
As a tutor, I would motivate students to do their work during sessions.

5. editing work
As an intern for Clemson Online, I edit documents.

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Job Skills Inventory

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1. Handling Complaints: I currently work in quality management. We work directly with customer claims and have to listen to their report and decide how we will deal with the complaint. As an example, a customer sent a picture of a damaged drive shaft with red where the damage was. I had to determine where this damage took place and tell the customer that it was in fact, our fault and request a refund.

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My Job Skills

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1. Planning Agendas/Meetings: With my current internship at The Brandon Agency, I am helping coordinate a summer intern project in which I am responsible for setting up group meetings, and planning around multiple agendas.

2. Updating Files: My job at The Brandon Agency allows me to create files for clients. In order to keep track of everything, and to stay organized, I upload all of my files to a server that is broken down by client, year, and given a specific job number.

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Job Skills

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1. updating files- Working as a part of CEDC, there is always a constant battle to keep files as up to date as possible on Google Drive. My team and I spend countless hours editing old documents from previous semesters to keep everything up to date.

2. prioritizing work- Working at Palmetto Nursery, I often had four or five landscaping jobs at one time. These jobs were always interesting as they were different customers, different locations, different work loads, and different profits. This taught me to prioritize each job to maximize profit while keeping customers happy.

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OWL Skills Checklist

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1. analyzing data - Many of the courses that I take in Packaging Science are very lab oriented. In these lab courses a lot of what we are doing is testing to gain data and then analyze that data to create an conclusion about what we were testing.

2. Speaking to the Public - Speaking in front of people is a very difficult thing to do. I believe that I have mastered this through being an orientation ambassador. I frequently stand in front of a few hundred people and answer whatever questions that they have for me.

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Learning Module 2

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1) Analyzing data- I currently work as a co-op for Kohler in Spartanburg, SC. As part of my job requirements I have to record and analyze data using Excel. Such as, scrap totals, production rates, profits made and profits lost.

2) Listening to others- I have had to listen to instructions my entire working career. I have had many bosses give me instructions on how to do a certain task quicker or more efficiently.

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Purdue OWL Job Skills

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1) Interpreting languages: My parents came to the United States when I was a baby and they were in their late 30's and early 40's. This meant that while I came to learn English, they had difficulty speaking English. So I was always called on to interpret English to them and Vietnamese to other people when my parents had difficulty communicating with others.

2) Operating equipment: I've spent many years in a laboratory environment and have learned how to use several laboratory equipment used in chemical and biological experiments.

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