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  • 1. LUIS ÀNGEL RAMOSP.O. Box 3687 Aguadilla, PR 00605 C:(939) 258-0313, (787) 414-3645AMERICANO3777@YAHOO.COM Http//:Americano3777.tripod.com EDUCATION 2013- Masters in Adult Education, UMET (Metropolitan University of Puerto Rico) Aguadilla I have one class to finish degree scheduled from November-December 2012. GPA: 4.00 1993-1995 Kutztown University of PA Kutztown, PA B.S.B.A., Business Administration/International Business Management Emphasis *Received the Alumni Service Award 1995 International Students Organization- President, Latino Student Association- Vice President, Student Mentor for the Academic Alliance for the Retention of Minority Students, International Business Club, Represented the University at the Latinos in Pennsylvania Conference 1995. My Graduation Story was featured in the Reading Eagle Newspaper on Graduation Date! *Senior year Internship: Translator for a Minority Business Development Center & Entrepreneurial Development & Global Education Center (The Center received White House and Presidential recognition in Spring 1995/Finalist for a United Nations Educational Award in Spring 1995). I helped three clients develop business plans and marketing strategies: grocery store future owner, a restaurant owner and shoe-store owner/designer. Senior Year- Boy Scouts of America Cub Master/Program Assistant (P/T)- Coordinated a National Pilot Program with inner city kids in three Public Elementary Schools in Reading, PA (1995). I served as a BSA Career Day Speaker at Reading High School & at PEPP Summer Youth Leadership Program at Penn State Berks (1995-96). 1992-1993 Reading Area Community College Reading, PA A.A.S., Human Resource Management- Worked as a Full Time Bank Teller while in school. 1988-1992 University of Puerto Rico Aguadilla, PR Finished Pre-Engineering Program & One Year of Business Management (100 credits) *Received G.P.A. Honor & Extracurricular Certificate (Community Colleges Drama Competition First Prize for La Cantante Calva Theater 88 Club acting at Rio Piedras and Carolina Campuses) 1988- New Bedford High School, New Bedford, MA - (Honors), Scholarship from the Spanish American ClubEXPERIENCEFall 2011- Placement Field Officer- Temporary Professional Services- UNITEC- UniversalTechnology College of Puerto Rico, Inc.2010-2011 R.E.S.T. Ramos Educational Services & Translations, Inc.Summer 2009- Admissions Representative- City College- Casselberry, FL Self-Trained in Campus View- Admissions ProgramSummer 2008- Admissions/Marketing/Advertising/Public Relations- Orlando Academy (NewSchool), Orlando, FL (Temporary One Month Assignment)  Public Relations duties: at Community Events, News Media, Newspaper, Internet Youth Concerts, Community Events, Chambers of Commerce, High Schools, Specific Market Targeting and Job and Health Fairs  Marketing Plan Developed Increased Leads by more than 50% within one month in the job with Specific Population Targeting Marketing Plan Strategies (TV Commercial Participated in the production and as one of the Actors)  Trained Admissions Advisors and other staff on Customer Service, Recruitment Events Search and Follow up and on how to help students overcome barriers in their educational pathway.
  • 2.  Recommended and Sought out Financial Aid Sources, Student Payment Plan Options and Loan Institutions as alternatives (Payment Plans/FAFSA).  Admission Interviews with Students and Presented them with Financial Aid Information Options  Recommended Program Development and Implementation for English as a Second Language Classes with an emphasis on Medical Terminology for local and international students  Volunteered to Translate to Spanish Orlando Academy Brochure as part of Marketing Strategy2007-2008 Director, Office of Development, Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico Developed the first Yearly Development Office Fund Raising Plan seeking to foster meaningful relationships between the Campus and its alumni and friends and strives to match donors philanthropic interests with opportunities to strengthen the Campus future: E.g. Facilitated City Library advertisement Renegotiation from a Screen TV advertisement to total third floor Inter American University sponsorship/advertisement for a lower price Created the first monthly In-kind and Cash donations report by department on Campus Attended US Dept. Education/US Faith Based Initiatives Grant Writing Seminars Coordinated Federal Grant Writing Trainings for Staff and Faculty and facilitated researched grant information Represented the Campus in Parades and as a guest for an Educational and Motivational Presentation for Head Start Program Parents02/26/06-10/06 - Director of Student Services/Marketing- Angley College DeLand, FL Developed the 2006-07 Marketing Plan- Conducted Marketing Survey for Faculty, Staff, Students and Businesses Increased Student in Field Placement by 44% (From 53% To 97%) My performance was instrumental in the ACICS College Evaluation (letter by ACICS). I conducted the Leg Work for a new program and first Bachelors Degree at Angley College: Aviation Technology approved by the ACICS during their visit (found Pilot School for Partnership) Student Activities Coordinator: Graduation, Open Houses, Fresh Start Program for new students, Orientation, College Job Fairs, First Annual Alumni Picnic, Military Honorary Wall Community Presentation Created and Implemented Student Retention Programs: Newsletter, Achievement Recognition, Student Bulletin Board Invited employers to participate in job fairs, interviews, and job recruiting. I helped students prepare for employer contact through resume writing workshops and mock interviews.01/05-12/05- Substitute Teacher for Volusia County Schools- Temporary assignments03/03/05- 05/29/05- Temporary Assignment for the Volusia County Schools (FL) at Pine RidgeHigh School- Community Liaison & Diversity Advisor- Public Relations to the City of Deltona, VolusiaCounty and organizations. Develop leadership and cultural activities and serve as a bridge between alldifferent student groups, faculty and administration to foster and manage campus diversity. Selected to represent Pine Ridge High School at the 2005 National Conference on Leadership Diversity by the University Of Central Florida Office Of Diversity Initiatives 2008-2004 Temporary Teaching Certificate by the State of Florida for Business (Grades 6-12) 2005 Teacher Substitute Certification by the Volusia County School Board01/2004-06/2004- Assistant Director of Multicultural Services/Multicultural Center- (GraduatingClass of 1995) Kutztown University of Pennsylvania Kutzown, PAImplemented programs ($80,000.000 Department annual budget) related to and focused on the AfricanAmerican and Latino/Hispanic academic, cultural and social experiences through Student LeadershipDevelopment Programs, race relations and intercultural programs. Organized All Student OrganizationsMeetings, Sought out speakers (Mayor of Reading, PA) to address students on the Martin Luther KingGreek Dinner. Represented K.U. at different community events, PAL, Penn State-Berks, The HispanicCenter, and Temple University. Coordinated, sought out funds (Co-sponsored by the KU Foundation & Athletics) and advertising: Promoting Diversity and Teamwork Through Sports on April 15, 2004. Herman
  • 3. Boone and Bill Yoast, the real life heroes of inspirational movie Remember the Titans will be talking about their experience leading their once racially divided football team to a championship title from opponents to team mates to brotherhood. Attended by more than 500 culturally diverse participants (students, faculty, high schools and community). The event was first page on the Reading Eagle Newspaper. Organized and coordinated the first Collegiate Leadership Development Program (CLDP) by the United States Hispanic Leadership Institute at Kutztown University with a Multicultural Approach. The CLDP will be seven weeks of total leadership development and student empowerment along with dialogue with administration. Organized the New Beginnings Mentoring Program based on prior existing mentoring programs at the University and other well-recognized national mentoring programs03/1999- 12/17/03 Daytona Beach Community College (DBCC)-Now Daytona State College,FL Community Mentor/Recruiter & Admissions Advisor Recruitment percentage for targeted populations increased by 91% after three years in position Public Relations/Recruitment Represented DBCC at: Chambers of Commerce, The Volusia County Day in Tallahassee, Volusia County High Schools, The Central Florida Higher Education Alliance: Held Fairs at businesses of Central Florida (Disney, Hotels, AAA, Universal Studios), Parades, etc. Grant Search Committee Member for the DBCC TRIO/UP Ward Bound of 2003 (Granted in 2003). Selected to represent The Admissions/Recruitment Department at the 2002 Daytona Beach Community College Presidents Leadership Training and The 2001 Presidents Situational Training. th, Planning/Advising Committee Member for the 19 U.S. Hispanic Leadership Conference 2001 were I was representing Central Florida and DBCC. TH th Attended The 20 & The 18 U.S. Hispanic Leadership Conference 2002 & 20 th 00 in Chicago for college recruitment (Participated on the 7 USHLI National College Fair) and training purposes. 2003 Planning Committee Member for the First Deltona Youth Summit Teens Reaching for the Stars Coordinated the Education Fairs representing DBCC for the Central Florida Higher Education Alliance (20-25 colleges) Sponsored by the Volusia County Administration Building Facilities on January 23, 2002 & and Deltona Library 2002 &2003. st Created/Organized the 1 Come Meet Your Neighbor- Educational Awareness Day in Deltona on July 27, 2002 & in Osteen on April 07, 2003- Festival type of Recruitment Event with other service agencies Organized the First Community Leaders Meeting for the Hispanic Business Initiative Fund Seminars for Volusia County at DBCC, DeLand, FL. Advocacy/Education Committee- One Voice for Volusia, Inc. Participated in the Deltona Leaders Survey as an Interviewer and Interviewee on city services needed. 2003 Attended the Affirmative Action to Achieve Diversity Workshop-Professional Development Attended the DBCC Customer Service Training by the Engleson Consulting Group Part-time Jobs held while working for DBCC:Voter Registration Specialist- (Part Time/Temporary 08/15/03-12/25/03) Commonwealth of Puerto RicoFederal Affairs Administration Orlando, FloridaYMCA Hispanic Achievers Coordinator (Part Time Work 2001) First Deltona/Volusia CountyCoordinator- Promoted Higher Education thought: adult mentors & events.Board Member for The House Next Door (2002-2003) – Volunteer representing Daytona BeachCommunity College. The HND is a family-counseling and community/youth programs agency that servesVolusia and Flagler Counties with a budget of $2 million per year.Project Safe Coordinator (Part Time Work 2000) The House Next Door- A drug-alcohol and tobaccofree activities program for Deltona Youth. Parent Newsletter Editor.Boys & Girls Club Coordinator (Part Time Work 1999) - First Deltona Club Coordinator for a YouthAdvocacy and programs in the City of Deltona, Participated in the First Volusia County Youth Summit.
  • 4. CERTIFICATIONS, AWARDS, COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT The Pacific Institute Certificates: Success Strategies for Effective Schools Program &Investment in Excellence 2006 taken at Angley College by the Pacific Institute Staff. Certified Adult and Children CPR/First Aid techniques 2005. Received the First Manuel Toro Leadership Award & Community Service from La PrensaNewspaper in at the International 23rd Paoli Awards 2005 in Orlando, FL Grant Writing Certificates from: The Department of Education and the Office of Faith BasedInitiatives by the Office of Congressman Luis Fortuño, The Federal Affairs Office of Puerto Rico inOrlando, The Department of Education, State of Florida, Career Development- DBCC and the FederalAffairs Office of Puerto Rico in Orlando 2005 Selected for the Volusia County Government Citizens Leadership Academy 2004 Temporary Teaching Certificate by the State of Florida for Business (Grades 6-12) 2008 & 2005 Teacher Substitute Certification by the Volusia County School Board DBCC Adjunct Faculty Lifetime Teaching Certification- All Subjects in Adult BasicEducation & GED, Social Studies at the High School Level. 2004 Appointed by Congressman Mica to represent Volusia County at the CongressionalHispanic Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C. 2004 Appointed Member of the Latino Initiative Advisory Committee of Volusia CountySchools 08/15/03-12/25/03- (Part Time) Voter Registration Specialist- Commonwealth of PuertoRico Federal Affairs Administration Orlando, Florida 2002-2003 Advisory Community Committee for Volusia County Elections Department 2002-2003 Self Assessment Team Member and Public Relations/Chair- Volusia AgenciesPartnership Committee for Head Start, Mid Florida Community Services. st 2003 National Selected Scholarship Recipient for the 1 National Latino Leadership for theFuture Grassroots and Political Conference by The NEA, NALEO/LA RAZA/LA RASA/ ColoradoEducation Association held at the YMCA Estes Park Denver Colorado. 2002 LEADERSHIP CLASS II Graduate- West Volusia Chamber of Commerce 2002 & 2003 Allocating Funding Panel Member- United Way of Volusia/Flagler Counties 2002 Member Advisory Board for the Department of Elections Volusia County 2001 Graduate of the Candidate and Campaign Management Training by the United StatesHispanic Leadership Institute (USHLI)- 2000 Organizer and Graduate of the USHLI Grassroots Leadership Training at VolusiaCounty with presentations from Volusia County, City of Deltona and Volusia County School Board El Santuario Worship Center, Church of God: Public Relations & Director: Prayer Servicefor America and Hispanic Heritage Celebration 2001& 2002- 1997-2002 Volusia County Hispanic Association Inc. Board of Directors/Public Relations,Committees: Youth, Membership, Talent Show, Festival Advisor/Promotion- Youth Explosion for Christ Concerts in Deltona (2000-2005)
  • 5. LUIS ÀNGEL RAMOS IRIZARRY P.O. Box 3687 Aguadilla, PR 00605 (787) 939-258-0313, 787-414-3645 AMERICANO3777@yahoo.com Personal Website: http//:AMERICANO3777.tripod.comEDUCATIONDepartamento del Trabajo y Recursos Humanos, Secretaria Auxiliar deAdiestramiento y Promoción de Empleo, Oficina de Adiestramiento y DesarrolloEmpresarial, Programa Pa’ Mi Gente 2012 (Sales Strategies and Business Plan)Food Management Certified (Certificate Number: 20795238) by the NationalRegistry of Food Safety Professionals® issued on October10, 2012 and Expireson October 10 20172013- Masters in Adult Education, UMET (Metropolitan University of Puerto Rico)Aguadilla Campus, Currently taking the last class to finish degree with a 4.00 G.P.A.Grant Writing Certificates from: The Department of Education and the Office of FaithBased Initiatives by the Office of Congressman Luis Fortuño, The Federal Affairs Officeof Puerto Rico in Orlando, FL, The Department of Education, State of Florida, andCareer Development of Daytona State College2003 Attended the Customer Service Training by the Engleson Consulting Group1993-1995 Kutztown University of PA Kutztown, PA B.S.B.A., Business Administration/International Business Management Emphasis *Received the Alumni Service Award 1995 International Students Organization-President, Latino Student Association- Vice President, Student Mentor for the AcademicAlliance for the Retention of Minority Students, International Business Club,Represented the University at the Latinos in Pennsylvania Conference 1995. MyGraduation Story was featured in the Reading Eagle Newspaper on Graduation Date! *Senior year Externship: Translator for a Minority Business DevelopmentCenter & Entrepreneurial Development & Global Education Center (The Centerreceived White House and Presidential recognition in Spring 1995/Finalist for aUnited Nations Educational Award in Spring 1995). I helped three clients developbusiness plans and marketing strategies: grocery store future owner, a restaurant ownerand shoe-store owner/designer.1992-1993 Reading Area Community College Reading, PA- A.A.S., HumanResource Management Worked as a Full Time Bank Teller while in school.1988-1992 University of Puerto Rico Aguadilla, PR- Finished Pre-EngineeringProgram & One Year of Business Management (100 credits) *Received G.P.A. Honor
  • 6. & Extracurricular CertificateEXPERIENCE2011-Present- R.E.S.T. Ramos Educational Services & Translations, Inc. -President (personal small business)Fall 2011- Placement Field Officer- Temporary Professional Services- UNITEC-Universal Technology College of Puerto Rico, Inc. Visited Students and Employers toplace students in field of study: e.g. visited 20 or more employers in one day, visitedstudents to follow up with their job placement status and interview skills. Also, Irecommended and drove students to their interviews; e.g. to Rio Piedras after advisingstudent on interview skills and dress code.Summer 2009- Admissions Representative- City College- Casselberry, FL Self-Trained in Campus View Admissions Program & Promoted EducationalServices through phone leads and personal interviews.Fall 2008- Field Officer- Marketing Financial Aid Services and Colleges Options forstudentsSummer 2008- Admissions/Marketing/Advertising/Public Relations- OrlandoAcademy (New School), Orlando, FL (Temporary One Month Assignment) PublicRelations duties: at Community Events, News Media, Newspaper, Internet YouthConcerts, Community Events, Chambers of Commerce, High Schools, Specific MarketTargeting and Job and Health Fairs Marketing Plan Developed Increased Leads bymore than 50% within one month in the job with Specific Population Targeting MarketingPlan Strategies (TV Commercial Participated in the production and as one of theActors). Trained Admissions Advisors and other staff on Customer Service,Recruitment Events Search and Follow up and on how to help students overcomebarriers in their educational pathway, Recommended and Sought out Financial AidSources, Student Payment Plan Options and Loan Institutions as alternatives (PaymentPlans/FAFSA), Admission Interviews with Students and Presented them with FinancialAid Information Options, Recommended Program Development and Implementation forEnglish as a Second Language Classes with an emphasis on Medical Terminology forlocal and international students, Volunteered to Translate to Spanish Orlando AcademyBrochure as part of Marketing Strategy2007-2008 Director, Office of Development, Universidad Interamericana dePuerto Rico, Aguadilla Campus- Developed the first Yearly Development Office FundRaising Plan seeking to strengthen the Campus economic future. Created the firstmonthly In-kind and Cash donations report by department on Campus. Attended USDept. Education & US Faith Based Initiatives Grant Writing Seminars & CoordinatedFederal Grant Writing Trainings for Staff and Faculty and facilitated researched grantinformation. Public Relations seeking community and government partnerships.
  • 7. 02/26/06-10/06 - Director of Student Services & Marketing – Angley CollegeDeLand, FLDeveloped the 2006-07 Marketing Plan- Conducted Marketing Survey for Faculty, Staff,Students and Businesses, Increased Student In Field Job Placement by 20%.Certificates: The Pacific Institute: Success Strategies for Effective Schools Program& Investment in Excellence 2006. Coordinated: Graduation, Open Houses, andFresh Start Program for new students, Orientation, College Job Fairs, First AnnualAlumni Picnic, and Military Honorary Wall Community Presentation. Created andImplemented Student Retention Programs: Newsletter, Achievement Recognition andStudent Bulletin Board. Helped students prepare for employer contact through resumewriting workshops and mock interviews.2005-06 Loan Officer for World Financial Services, Inc.- Financial Services Sales& Promotion01/05-12/05- Substitute Teacher for Volusia County Schools- TemporaryAssignments03/03/05- 05/29/05- Temporary Assignment for the Volusia County Schools (FL)at Pine Ridge High School- Community Liaison & Diversity Advisor- PublicRelations to the City of Deltona, Volusia County and organizations. Develop leadershipand cultural activities and serve as a bridge between all different student groups, facultyand administration to foster and manage campus diversity. Selected to representPine Ridge High School at the 2005 National Conference on Leadership Diversity by theUniversity Of Central Florida Office Of Diversity Initiatives2008 & 2004 Temporary Teaching Certificate by the State of Florida for Business(Grades 6-12), 2005 Teacher Substitute Certification by the Volusia County SchoolBoard, Approved Tutor (service provider) and Guest Speaker, 2004 AppointedMember of the Latino Initiative Advisory Committee of Volusia County Schools01/2004-06/2004- Assistant Director of Multicultural Services/Multicultural Center-Kutztown University of Pennsylvania Kutzown, PA- Implemented programs with$80,000.000 annual budget related to and focused on the African American andLatino/Hispanic academic, cultural and social experiences through Student LeadershipDevelopment Programs, race relations and inter cultural programs working will allstudent organizations and departments, Coordinated 17 Student programs.Community Mentor/Recruiter & Admissions Advisor-03/1999- 12/17/03 DaytonaBeach Community College (Now Daytona State College) Daytona Beach, FLDBCC Adjunct Faculty Lifetime Teaching Certification- All Subjects in Adult BasicEducation & GED, Social Studies at the High School Level. My recruitmentpercentage for targeted populations increased by 91%; within three years. PublicRelations/Recruitment: Represented DBCC at: Chambers of Commerce, The VolusiaCounty Day in Tallahassee, Volusia County High Schools, The Central Florida HigherEducation Alliance: Held Fairs at businesses of Central Florida (Disney, Hotels, AAA,Universal Studios), Parades, etc.
  • 8. Voter Registration Specialist - (Part Time/Temporary 08/15/03-12/25/03 )Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration Orlando , FloridaBank Teller- 10/13/1998Banco Popular Deltona, FL Customer Service, PromotedFinancial Services Reformatted all the bank’s intake and internal forms.Electronic Touch Up Department19987- Simmens Corporation Sanford, FL-Temporary Job AgencyAssistant Cook 1997- Cafeteria inside AAA- Helped cook and prepare foods,Customer Service and MaintenanceProduction Line Supervisor1996- Second Shift/Temporary assignments ElectronicManufacturing Services, Inc. Aguadilla, PR Supervised a telephonerecycling/disassembly line of 25 employees. Kept track and analyzed productivityrecords. I assisted supervising other production lines. Received Quality Control WorldClass Management Training Certificate Worked at Timberland Footwear Factory for afew weeks also when no work at factory.

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