Additional Info Samples
Sample 1
Challenging position as a Software Professional.

* Bachelor Degree in Computer Science, majoring in Software Engineering.
* Ability to communicate articulately with people
* Proficient in programming languages, especially in C and C++.
* Good academic record; among the top three students form batch of 120 students.
* Undergone industrial training in a top multinational company in Silicon Valley, USA.

* Leadership: Elected as President for Faculty Graduation Magazine Committee, 2004-2005. Actively involved in overseeing the success of annual magazine publication.
* Artistic Expression: Studied drama and performed in several plays before large audiences.

* Computer Society, 2003-2005
* Red Crescent Society, Member, 2001-Present

* Dean's List for all four years at the university

1. Project 1: Portable Compiler
Language of Implementation: C
Operating System: Windows95/98.
Project required P-compiler (Portable Compiler) to read Pascal program and produce Abstract stack machine code. It is a one-pass compiler, i.e. source program reads only once. Because it is an intermediate program, we can port the compiler easily, requiring only changing the back-end of the compiler to port different machines. The P-compiler consists of the following different phases: Lexical Analysis, Parsing, Semantic checking and Code generation.

2. Project 2: Code generator for menu based interface
Language of Implementation: C
Operating System: Windows95/98.
Objective was to automate the generation of the required code in C, needed to create menu-based interfaces. The project accepts input from the user in the prescribed format and generates the required output code. The project is useful to develop menu-based interfaces in the text mode.

* Programming/Scripting Languages: C, C++, Java
* Systems: Windows NT, Linux Redhat
* Databases: SQL Server, Oracle
* Software: Microsoft Project, Macromedia Flash
Sample 2
Full-time position in a multinational corporation which offers a professional working environment and enabling me to grow while meeting the corporation's goals.

* Strong academic background in economics, including induction in the Golden Key National Honor Society as top 10% of class with a CGPA of 3.75/4.00.
* Excellent communication skills with fluency in English and Japanese.

* Foreign trade economics A+
* Foreign trade transaction techniques A
* Transportation and forwarding A-
* Customs procedure A
* Business administration B+
* Laws in foreign trade B-
* International marketing B
* International economic relation A
* Foreign investment A+
* Theories of finance and currency B
* Business operation analysis B+

* Research Analyst Intern, AlphaZeta Consultants
* Assisted analysts by conducting Internet research to compose in-depth reports.
* Fostered and maintained solid business relationships with global institutional investors.
* Gauged financial stability of firms by creating earnings/valuation models.
* Researched and generated monthly spreadsheets for varying budget commodities.

Member, High Honor Student Society, NY College.
Organized club events including regular club get-togethers and special occasions such as Christmas, Family Day. Assisted other students to improve their English skills.
Sample 3
To use my skills and education to contribute towards developing and expanding business opportunities, with the chance to advance to a management role in future.

XYZ University, Melbourne, Australia
2006 - Bachelor of Business Management, major in Sales and Marketing

1. Marketing Trainee, CoolHappenings
Jan 2005 - Jun 2005
* Assisted in rolling out several on-line advertising and promotion programmes.
* Played key role in developing print materials for internal circulation.
* Assisted marketing team in development of email-marketing content, tailored to targetted members.
* Did copywriting and graphical design works with Design Team to produce various on-line and printed promotional materials.

2. Executive Committee Member, Campus Career Fair
Dec 2004
* Part of a six-member team responsible to organize a three-day career fair on campus.
* In charge of budget and resource planning.
* Made cold calls to numerous corporations to solicit participation, successfully negotiated agreement with eight participating companies.
* Negotiated merchandise for the fair with suppliers, all within budget.
* Designed promotional material and campaigns to raise awareness of the fair, among Campus students.
* Project was a huge success, and team was awarded Best Event of the Year.

3. Customer Service Assistant, The Campus Student Shop.
Mar 2004
* Main role of ensuring creative window displays and on-sale merchandise displays in the shop.
* Also responsible for inventory management.
* Learnt to use the POS system.
* Learnt about excellent customer service, how to deal with difficult customers.

* Proficient in Microsoft Office applications
* Excellent oral and written English
* Fluent in two other spoken languages - Mandarin and Japanese.
* Knowledge in customer relationship management skills
* Possess a Class 3 driving licence
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