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  • Career Portfolio Kelsey Quick Northwood University Career Development Professor Luzar
  • Table of Contents  Introduction-Slide 3  Personal Mission Statement-Slide 4  Elevator Speech-Slide 5  Resume-Slide 6  Letters of Recommendation-Slides 7 & 8  Delta Transcript-Slide 9  Northwood Courses-Slide 10  Award Letter-Slide 11  Awards & Accomplishments-Slide 12  Volunteer Work-Slide 13  Samples of Work-Slides 14-17  Goals-Slide 18
  • Introduction  This portfolio represents my original work and my achievements throughout my college career. I have done all of this work.  While in college, I have focused on business studies. I will be obtaining my Bachelors in Business Administration in May 2014. My major is in Management.
  • Personal Mission Statement  I am going to live my life to the fullest.  I will surround myself with positive energy and happiness.  I will promote peace with others as well as be a good example for others.  I will find opportunities to use my natural talents and gifts such as being a friend and a good leader.  My values are to be the most honest, trustworthy, and hardworking individual.  I will strive to accomplish all of my goals.  I will never give up and I will be committed to the ongoing development of myself and of others.  I will enjoy every moment that this earth has to offer me and try to make a difference in the lives on others.
  • Elevator Speech I'm Kelsey Quick. I graduated top of my class in high school with a diploma. I have graduated from Delta College earning two associates degrees. One in Business Studies and another in Arts. I have had a variety of different work experiences. I am a very hard worker and I am determined with anything I set my mind too. I am also a quick learner and can easily adapt to any dynamic environment.
  • Kelsey Quick Objective: To apply my work experience, education and attention to detail to obtain a full-time professional position as a business professional in a corporate setting Education: Northwood University, Midland, MI Bachelor of Business Administration Major: Management Delta College, Bay County, MI Associate in Business Studies; Associate in Arts Member of Phi Theta KappaGPA: 3.739 May 2014 May 2013 Work Experience: Nexteer Automotive, Saginaw, MI Purchasing Student Co-op June 2011- Aug. 2013 Utilized extraordinary attention to detail to verify purchase orders and review purchase requisitions for errors Provided personal customer service as front desk receptionist, while performing faxing, scanning, mailing, and other clerical duties Managed the reservation system for conference room scheduling Coordinated the use and availability of vehicles for company employees American Eagle Outfitters, Bay City, MI Sales Associate Nov. 2010- Aug. 2011 Engaged with customers to purchase products that best met their needs using sales skills and communication Processed customer cash and credit transactions effectively and accurately Participated in team meetings and assisted with inventory and floor sets Scheurer Healthcare Network, Pigeon, MI Human Resources Assistant Aug. 2009- Oct. 2010 Co-op student, Tracked and updated performance review, certification, and licensing records Performed various office tasks including creating memos, filing, updating spreadsheets, and answering telephones Provided visitors with assistance for HR related questions and directed them to appropriate staff Volunteer/ Achievements: High SchoolValedictorian, Volleyball & Softball Captain, National Honor Society Member, American Cancer Society Microsoft Word & Excel Certified Volunteer, and
  • Letters of Recommendation Melissa Kaleyta Nexteer Automotive ~ Prototype Operations 2975 Nodular Drive Saginaw, MI 48601 989-757-3336 Melissa.kaleyta@nexteer.com August 30, 2013 Kelsey Quick Delta Intern Delta College 1961 Delta Road University Center, MI 48710 To Whom It May Concern: Delta College has employed Kelsey Quick as an intern at Nexteer ~ Prototype Operations. For more than two years she has been employed with our Purchasing Department and also had front desk responsibilities. She has completed the 3 + 1 Program at Delta College and is now completing her college education at Northwood University and is no longer eligible to continue her internship her at Nexteer, a fact in which we are un-happy to report. Kelsey was a great asset to Nexteer Prototype. As part of her former responsibilities, Kelsey worked directly with the Purchasing Department by matching PO’s and daily, coping, mailing, faxing and scanning, which is very important to ensure our suppliers received the correct documentation. Kelsey also was responsible as our receptionist, a role in which our visitors enjoyed, as being the first interaction when visiting our facility she is always friendly and very helpful in directing their inquiries. She also had many other general office duties and could work with little or no supervision on any project given. I believe that Kelsey would be an excellent addition to any company as she is a very hard worker, prompt, a self-starter and is a consistent contributor to the business. If you would like additional information you can telephone me at 989-757-3336. Sincerely, Melissa Kaleyta Purchasing Support
  • Erika Wachowicz 7617 Laurie Lane S Saginaw, MI 48609 August 29, 2013 Dear whom it May Concern: I would like to recommend Kelsey Quick for employment at your company. I had the pleasure of working with Kelsey at Nexteer Automotive in Saginaw for the past two and half years where she was the Purchasing Co-op Student. She was always Happy, Professional and a very organized hard working Employee. As Part of Kelsey’s duties she always greeted Customers, Suppliers and Engineers with a warm welcoming attitude. Kelsey worked through her tasks efficiently to meet the daily deadline. Kelsey offered her assistance to other Group in our Organization when their work load was overwhelming. I highly recommend Kelsey as a prospective Employee for a position in your Company. Sincerely, Erika Wachowicz Buyer
  • Northwood Courses My current courses I am enrolled in:  Philosophy of American Enterprise  Cultural Anthropology  Sport and Entertainment Marketing  International Management  Career Development  Management of Information Technologies My future courses I will enroll in:  Communication & Interpersonal Relations  Operations Management  Organizational Behavior  Practice of Management & Leadership  Strategic Planning
  • Award Letter
  • Awards & Accomplishments  High School Valedictorian  Delta College’s Presidents List  Member of Phi Theta Kappa  Microsoft Word Certified  Microsoft Excel Certified
  • Volunteer Work  I have been an active member of Relay for Life for over 11 years now. The purpose of Relay for Life is to raise money for the American Cancer Society. This purpose is very dear to my heart. I help organize fundraising events year round. I also have participated in cancer preventative awareness events.
  • Sample from a Research Paper Global Warming: A Human Made Crisis Over the past few decades, the average temperature of the Earth has been dramatically increasing, and is expected to keep increasing, which can only result with a traumatic ending. According to the National Geographic website, many terrible changes could happen. Hurricanes and other storms are likely to be stronger. Floods and droughts will become more common. Less fresh water will be available and more diseases will spread, such as malaria (National Geographic Society). These severe effects will happen if humans continue to live the lives that they are living. I believe the Earth’s climate increase is from the harmful emissions by humans and it is endangering the place we live. Humans have brought this problem on themselves. Almost every scientist that has researched this topic has come to the conclusion that the temperature rise has been caused by greenhouses gases. Greenhouses gases are gases in the atmosphere that absorb and emit radiation from the sun. Our lives revolve around cars and factory made products. Both of these burn tremendous amounts of fossil fuels daily. The biggest fossil fuels used are coal and oil. Burning fossil fuels has been proven to increase the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is a leading greenhouse gas, along with water vapor, methane, nitrous oxide, and chlorofluorocarbons. In the article “China needs help with climate change” it stated that China is the largest emitter of greenhouse gases. This is from a result of China’s rapid economic growth and rising demand for energy (Gallagher 389-394).
  • Sample of Work-Spreadsheet Dowe Cheatem & How Inc. Work Sheet For the year ending December 31, 2010 Trial Balance Account Title Adjustments Adj Trial Balance Income Statement Balance Sheet Debit Credit Debit Credit Debit Credit Debit Credit Debit Credit Cash 13,210 - - - 13,210 - - - 13,210 - Accounts Receivable Office Supplies 10,625 4,100 - - 2,375 10,625 1,725 - - - 10,625 1,725 - Supplies 2,500 - - 1,550 950 - - - 950 - Prepaid Insurance 3,600 - - 1,200 2,400 - - - 2,400 - Office Equipment 22,000 - - 22,000 - - - 22,000 - - 9,500 - 11,700 - - - 11,700 25,000 - - - 25,000 - - - 25,000 - - 10,500 - 3,750 - 14,250 - - - 14,250 9,900 Accumulated Depreciation-Office Equipment Advertising Equipment Accumulated Depreciation-Advertising Equipment Furniture and Fixtures 2,200 9,900 - - - 9,900 - - - Accumulated Depreciation-Furniture and Fixtures - 6,500 - 1,980 - 8,480 - - Accounts Payable - 395 - - - 395 - - 395 Notes Payable - 4,500 - - - 4,500 - - 4,500 Salaries Payable - - - 3,300 - 3,300 - - 3,300 Common Stock - 25,000 - - - 25,000 - - 25,000 Retained Earnings 8,480 - 15,200 - - - 15,200 - - 3,333 - - - 3,333 - - - 3,333 - Income Summary - - - - - - - - - - Revenue - 75,475 - - - 75,475 - 75,475 - - Interest Revenue - 1,709 - - - 1,709 - 1,709 - - Salaries Expense 38,000 - 3,300 - 41,300 - 41,300 - - - Advertising Expense 2,800 - - 2,800 - 2,800 - - - Rent Expense 6,500 - - - 6,500 - 6,500 - - - 750 - - - 750 - 750 - - - Insurance Expense - - 1,200 - 1,200 - 1,200 - - - Office Supplies Expense - - 2,375 - 2,375 - 2,375 - - - Supplies Expense - - 1,550 - 1,550 - 1,550 - - - Depreciation Expense-Office Equipment - - 2,200 - 2,200 - 2,200 - - - Depreciation Expense-Advertising Equipment - - 3,750 - 3,750 - 3,750 - - - Depreciation Expense-Furniture and Fixtures - - 1,980 - 1,980 - 1,980 - - - 6,366 - - - 6,366 - 6,366 - - - 95 - - - 95 - 95 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 148,779 148,779 16,355 16,355 160,009 160,009 70,866 77,184 89,143 82,825 Dividends Repairs Expense Utilities Expense Miscellaneous Expense 15,200 6,318 - - 6,318 77,184 77,184 89,143 89,143
  • Sample of Work-Spreadsheet Dowe Cheatem & How Inc. Balance Sheet December 31, 2010 Assets Cash $13,210 Accounts Receivable 10,625 Office Supplies 1,725 Supplies 950 Prepaid Insurance 2,400 Office Equipment 22,000 Less: Accumulated Depreciation-Office Equipment 11,700 Advertising Equipment 25,000 Less: Accumulated Depreciation-Advertising Equipment 14,250 Furniture and Fixtures 8,480 10,750 9,900 Less: Accumulated Depreciation-Furniture and Fixtures 10,300 Total Assets 1,420 $51,380 Liabilities & Stockholders Equity Liabilities Accounts Payable $395 Notes Payable 4,500 Salaries Payable 3,300 Total Liabilities $8,195 Stockholders Equity Common Stock 25,000 Retained Earnings 18,185 Total Stockholders Equity Total Liabilities & Stockholders Equity 43,185 $51,380
  • Kelsey Quick Internet Policy Ethical Computer Use Policy for the Broadway Café Everyone within the Broadway Café, employees or customers, who use Broadway computing and communication networks has the responsibility to use them in an ethical, professional and legal manner. This means that users agree to abide by the following conditions: •The integrity of the systems must be respected. This means that users of systems will not divulge passwords, pins, private keys or similar elements to anyone else, and they will not exploit sessions left open or otherwise misappropriate or steal the "identity" of another user. •Privacy of other users must not be intruded upon at any time. •Users must recognize that certain data are confidential and must limit their access to such data to uses in direct performance of their duties. •Employees must refrain from using computers for personal use during their shift. •The rules and regulations governing the use of facilities and equipment must be respected. Persons responsible for computing devices connected to the network will ensure that those devices are maintained in a secure state in accord with related policy. •Cyberbulling and threatening behavior will not be tolerated on any Broadway network. •No one shall obtain unauthorized access to other users' accounts and files. •The intended use of all network computers must be respected. •Users shall become familiar with and abide by the guidelines for appropriate usage for the systems and networks that they access. Access to Broadway computing and communications equipment and facilities may be revoked for reasons including, but not limited to, attacking the security of the system, modifying or divulging private information such as file or mail contents of other users without their consent, modifying or destroying Broadway data, or using the national networks in a manner contrary to the established guidelines. System administrators in order to safeguard Broadway resources and to protect users privileges may revoke access at any time. If abuse of computer systems occurs, those responsible for such abuse will be held accountable and may be subject to disciplinary action.
  • Goals  To complete my college education by obtaining my Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, majoring in Management.  Use my education, work experience, and my skills to find a career that will help me expand my current skills.  Use my expanding skills and knowledge to help advance the company I am working for.  Advance myself within the company to fulfill greater responsibilities and roles.  Become an active member of my community.