Undergrad Essay

404 words - 2 pages

William Patrick Mahoney patmaho@ku.edu
1215 W 5th Street Lawrence, KS 66044 (913) 660-2000
Personal Profile
Goal oriented individual who works great with others. I am very comfortable taking the reins and leading a team.
Hard working and responsible: working multiple jobs while attending college in order to pay my own way through school.
I have great organizational skills and I thrive under pressure. Stressful situations seem to bring out the best in me.
I am a problem solver with exceptional analytical skills who focuses on long-term solutions to problems.
Education
University of Kansas – Lawrence, KS
Major in Supply Chain Management, graduation date: May of 2013
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I would read zip codes on packages and then send them to the proper trailer to be delivered to their destination.
* Working as a package sorter gave me a very clear understanding of a complex cross-docking system at UPS.
Activities
Three sport athlete in high school, I am a highly competitive and driven individual who naturally takes on leadership roles when on teams or...

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