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Sally Quick Forth
2001 Some Street
Somewhere, TX 78700
555.707.6666 (fax)

Educational Experience

September, 1998 to May, 2001
A.A. - Computer Science (60 hours, 3.0 GPA)
Austin Community College
Highland Mall Campus
5809 Foxtrot Drive
Austin, TX 78760

September, 1994 to May, 1998
Anderson High School
1500 Anderson Mill Road
Austin, TX 78759
(college prep; work-related courses: introduction to computers, introduction to word processing)

Work History

Job Title: Lab Technician (work study program; temporary job)
Part-time work (10 hours/week)
Employer: Austin Community College, Austin, TX
Job Duties: Managed campus computer lab, assisted students with lab work, monitored equipment to insure that students were not misusing items, answered operational questions.
Supervisor: Dr. Martin Wise (512.345.0909)
Dates of employment: 9/99-5/01
Reason for leaving: graduated and completed work-study program

Special Skills

  • Computer literate (IBM compatible equipment; Microsoft Word, Excel, Access; Internet research skills)
  • Office equipment (copying machines, fax machines, telephone answering machines and voice mail systems, etc.)
  • Spanish - proficient speaker, excellent writing skills

Other Related Experience

Volunteer work in local community as a parks guide and museum docent
Peer tutor to students in high school (math, computer science)


Dr. Martin Wise, Chair, Computer Science Department
Austin Community College
Rio Grande Campus
Austin, TX 78700

Ms. Betty Lou Daniels
Texas Commission for the Blind
4800 North Lamar Boulevard
Austin, TX 78756

Ms. Hannah Meyers
Computer Science Department
Anderson High School
1500 Anderson Mill Road
Austin, TX 78759

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