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    • CAREER PORTFOLIO Bryce Lindberg Northwood University Career Development Professor Luzar
    • Table of Contents • • • • • • • Introduction……………………………………….3 Goals………………………………………………….4 Resume………………………………………………5 Recommendation Letters…………………..6 Samples of work……………………………..7-9 Photos……………………………………….…….10 Awards……………………………………………..11
    • Introduction • This portfolio in front of you represents who I am, an energetic, creative individual who has many aspirations in life. It will represent my work and achievements throughout my college career • My focus throughout college has been in business administration.
    • Goals • Obtain a job where I can utilize my skills and develop skills to further my career. • Future my knowledge in as a business manager. • Use my skill set to help obtain goals of the company I work for. • Make the people that I am surrounded by the best they can be.
    • Bryce Lindberg Resume 2515 Rodd Street Midland, Michigan, 48640 (517)375-4562 lindbergb@northwood.edu OBJECTIVE To obtain (Position title) EDUCATION Northwood University, midland Michigan Expected graduation: may 2014 Bachelor in business management GPA: 3.49 Howell High school High School Diploma GPA: 3.65 WORK EXPERIENCE TT&C beaches, Howell Michigan Sales associate, advertised and found people that would like to get beached installed in their lake or pond. I also did the manual labor for the jobs. Perfect Pines Landscaping For this landscaping company I handle most of the financing and quoted most of the jobs. Along with this I also went out and did manual labor at the job sites SKILLS/ACTIVITIES Work well with others Sports: football, baseball, and golf
    • Letter of recomdendation
    • Samples of work investment cost Technology Fixed O&M Start year life time $/kW variable O&M var cost cost income profits years for brakeven point cost: $kW year cost: $/GJ $kW year Technology Fossil based power plants Fossil based power plants Coal conventional electric 1990 30 1050 69 0.72 22.70 91.70 700.8 609.10 1.72 Coal conventional electric Coal conventional electric with DeSulf/DeNOx 2000 30 1150 79 1.22 38.47 117.47 700.8 583.33 1.97 Coal conventional electric with DeSulf/DeNOx Coal conv. with DeSulf/DeNOx and CO2 scrubber 2010 30 2000 80 1.53 48.25 128.25 700.8 572.55 3.49 Coal conv. with DeSulf/DeNOx and CO2 scrubber Gas combined cycle 1990 20 600 36.6 0.63 19.87 56.47 700.8 644.33 0.93 Gas combined cycle Gas combined cycle with CO2 scrubber 2010 20 1000 50 0.88 27.75 77.75 700.8 623.05 1.61 Gas combined cycle with CO2 scrubber Gas turbine 1990 20 350 58.5 0.51 16.08 74.58 700.8 626.22 0.56 Gas turbine Gas steam conventional 1990 20 987.7 50.63 0.56 17.66 68.29 700.8 632.51 1.56 Gas steam conventional Cogenaration gas turbine 1990 20 750 51.6 0.63 19.87 71.47 700.8 629.33 1.19 Cogenaration gas turbine Hydrogen fuel cell (CHP) in industry 2000 20 3500 20 7.5 236.50 256.50 700.8 444.30 7.88 Hydrogen fuel cell (CHP) in industry Oil electric 1990 20 991 63.6 0.57 17.97 81.57 700.8 619.23 1.60 Oil electric 0.00 0.00 700.8 700.80 0.00 Nuclear and renewable power plants Nuclear and renewable power plants LWR Advanced nuclear plant 2000 30 2500 114 0.19 5.99 119.99 700.8 580.81 4.30 LWR Advanced nuclear plant Hydro-electric plant 1990 50 3563 49.5 0.12 3.78 53.28 700.8 647.52 5.50 Hydro-electric plant Solar photovoltaics 1990 20 4600 9 1.25 39.42 48.42 700.8 652.38 7.05 Solar photovoltaics Solar thermal electric 2000 20 2900 9 1.25 39.42 48.42 700.8 652.38 4.45 Solar thermal electric Wind turbine 1990 20 1150 13.5 0.83 26.17 39.67 700.8 661.13 1.74 Wind turbine Biomass power plant 1990 20 3075 7.8 2.92 92.08 99.88 700.8 600.92 5.12 Biomass power plant Geothermal electric 1990 20 3075 7.8 0.9 28.38 36.18 700.8 664.62 4.63 Geothermal electric
    • Michigan, 48640-2398 Phone 517-375-2996 USA May 19, 2011 The Wall Street Journal 200 Liberty Street New York City, NY 10281 Dear Editor, As an avid outdoors man I have been fishing, hunting, and spent most of my life outdoors. I was surprised after reading your article “Long Arm of the Law Penalizes Texans Who Nab Catfish by Hand”, to find that they make laws against catfish noodling. Catching catfish with your hands and no technology seems to be the purest way to fish. While fishermen use fishing rod, nets and other tools to catch catfish, I find it bizarre that it would be illegal to catch them with your hands. Noodling dates way back to the Indians, and could be considered the naturalist way to catch catfish. As for hurting the catfish population there are many more people that catch catfish using equipment, why not make it illegal to use those methods of fishing rather than making it illegal to catch them without using any type of equipment. Also rather than making noodling illegal they can set regulations on the amount allow to be caught, or at least allow noodlers to catch the catfish and release them. Sincerely, Bryce Lindberg Northwood University
    • Proposal 3 assignment Bryce Lindberg 1) Michigan jobs and Michigan energy companies are pushing for proposal 3 because it will bring about 94,000 jobs to Michigan and it also is said to bring about a healthier environment. The ones that are against proposal 3 that are providing people with energy (coal companies) they believe that it would be to expensive and they will not be able to produce enough energy. 2) The money would go to creating the wind mill and the labor to build them. Also the other devices that they would need for the cleaner environment act. 3) Michigan capacity 54,000 4) The coal for Michigan comes from other states, we import about $1.7 billion worth of coal. 5) My vote yes.
    • Photos Student athlete Working with others
    • Awards