R S EAGAN

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REAGAN SAMPLE
321 Governors Lane • Washington, DC 20001 • 434-582-2000 • [email protected] • www.linkedin.com/in/reagansample
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS PROFILE
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Campaign Involvement
Team Leadership Experience
Process Evaluation and Improvement
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Project Management Ability
American Legislative Systems Exposure
Program Administration Skills
EDUCATION
Bachelor of Science in Government, Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA
 Specialization: Politics and Policy
 Honors: Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society, Dean’s List
 Computer Skills: HTML, Oracle
Anticipated May 2016
RELEVANT EXPERIENCE
Washington Fellowship Intern, Congressman Robert B. Aderholt, Washington, DC
January 2015 – April 2016
 Attended hearings 10 and briefings and compiled information into concise reports for legislative staff
 Conducted research on 6 legislative issues to keep aides and staff informed
 Communicated with constituents through written and verbal correspondence on daily basis
 Guided Capitol 10 capital tours weekly for constituents visiting Washington, DC
Campaign Intern, Congressman Lou Barletta, Harrisburg, PA
September 2014 – December 2014
 Canvassed 50 houses door-to-door in the 19th district
 Coordinated over 50 volunteers for campaign work and constituent services
 Analyzed voting patterns and modified campaign strategies for improved performance within the internship team
AFFILIATIONS
Pre-Law Society, Center for Pre-Law Studies
 Attend 2 lectures each semester from lawyers and the judiciary
 Attended 2 LSAT workshops
 Participate in 2 trials and appellate competitions each semester
September 2013 – Present
Secretary, Student Government Association
 Author and edit internal communication for over 100 students
 Manage SGA’s social media, increased Facebook followers from 50 to 250
 Initiated a student fundraiser that acquired earnings over $10,000
September 2015 - Present
Debate Team Member, Liberty University Debate Team
 Cultivate and exhibit critical thinking and public speaking skills
 Research and analyze current events regarding U.S. foreign relations
 Traveled to 10 various universities around the nation
 Gained and improved the skills of rapid interrogation and assimilation of information
September 2012 - Present
COMMUNITY SERVICE
Volunteer, State Senator Mark Peake, Washington, DC
 2-time Volunteer of the Week
 Assisted with campaign phone banking and volunteer recruitment
May 2014 – August 2014
Volunteer, Concerned Women for America, Washington, DC
 Participated in extensive phone campaigns, various rallies and lobbying on the Hill
 Coordinated with headquarters to schedule a guest speaker for local chapter meeting
May 2013 – August 2013
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