My Resume -

William Lingenfelter
601 Vairo Blvd. Apt. 433
State College, PA 16803
T: 570-599-5493 E:,
To obtain a position either in the private sector or in the government where I am able to use knowledge and
skills currently possessed and where I am able to continue to expand my knowledge and skill base. And to
display a hard working ethic and good values to any potential employer.
Ecological Solutions, Inc.
May 2014-August 2014
In my time with this company, I was sent into the field every day to perform either monitoring of water quality,
treatment on aquatic plant life, habitat restoration, or accumulated sediment removal. Constantly being in the
field made for a fast and exciting learning experience. I left this job to continue schooling at Penn State.
November 2013-December 2013
Here I gained the skills necessary to work with the company computer system to enter receiving inventory
quantities. This job occurred during the busy holiday season. There was constant pressure to keep up with the
high volume of incoming product and maintain quality assurance of those products. I left this job to start college
at Penn State.
Eagle Rock Resort
August 2013-November 2013
At the resort I worked at the golf course in the pro shop and outside as a starter and ranger. In the pro shop I
would receive calls, make tee times for guests or members, and complete other purchases for the golfers or
visitors. As a starter I made sure everyone started at their designated tee time with a clean and fully charged golf
cart since the resort uses electric carts. As a ranger, I would tour the course making sure players were following
course rules and playing at or faster than the minimum pace of play. I left this job due to the weather restraints
slowing the golf season.
United States Marine Corps
June 2013-August 2013
My time in the Marine Corps was short due to medical reasons. I was able to complete half of basic training
before discharge. During my time on Parris Island, I learned many life long skills and values that are sure to
remain with me for the remainder of my life.
Nause Landscaping
June 2012-August 2012
This was a very physical job, fast passed, and called for many long days. Time management and maintaining
health habits helped me fulfill my time with Nause. I left this job to resume my high school education.
The Pennsylvania State University
January 2014-Present
Currently in my third semester with Penn State I have or am taking the following classes; EDSGN 100, SRA 111,
PHYS 211, CHEM 111, CHEM 110, MATH 141, MATH 140A, MUSIC 082, CAS 100A, IST 110, ENGL 015, ECON 102,
MUSIC 083, CE 100S. As of the end of Summer 2014, my cumulative GPA is a 3.22.
Hazleton Area High School
August 2009-May 2012
I graduated as a distinguished graduate in the top ten percent of the class with a cumulative 4.0 GPA.
I played freshman basketball and was on the swim team my junior year.
All four years I was part of the marching band. In the marching band I played alto sax and was the drum major
for my final two years. I was in the jazz band where I was lead alto sax. In the concert band I played alto sax,
tenor sax, and oboe. By audition I played in district and region band for three years and was in the district jazz
band my senior year.
I was part of the Gifted program. My senior project was to create environments in which to monitor the
effectiveness of a biodegradable additive in flexible packaging for Bemis Company. Monitoring and testing lasted
for 18 months.
Johns Hopkins University
Summers of 2008 and 2009
Through the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth, I took part in two 3-week long programs. The
summer of 2008 I took part in The Principles of Engineering were we observed structures, calculated loads, and
then constructed models and tested their structural integrity. Summer of 2009 I was in a course called The Math
of Money where we learned about business, local, national, and international economies, and the stock market.
Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout December 7, 2012
John Philip Sousa Award