Wesley K. Wrenn
Citadel: MSC 555, 171 Moultrie St., Charleston SC 29409 843.953.4567 Wrennw1@citadel.edu
Home: 3401 Donnington Court Greensboro, NC 27407
December 29, 2008
As a Business Administration senior at The Citadel, scheduled to graduate in the spring of 2009, I
am very interested in pursuing a career in marketing or sales.
The Citadel, being a military college, has given me the opportunity to learn under the guidance of
proven leaders. The Citadel school of Business has especially allowed me to develop my
educational skills under an exceptional group of professors.
My strengths are leadership, teamwork, and organization. Being a scholarship athlete for four years
and maintaining a high GPA has been challenging and rewarding. It has taught me the importance
of time management, and keeping my priorities straight.
I will bring energy and enthusiasm to this company, with complete focus to take full advantage of
the tremendous opportunity to work with the best. Thanking you in advance for considering the
above and my attached resume, I will await your reply.
Wesley K. Wrenn
Business Administration Senior
Mobile # 336.202.6448
OBJECTIVE: An entry-level sales position using proven communication and
EDUCATION: Bachelor of Science, Major: Business Administration
The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, May 2009
SUMMARY: Documented professionalism, integrity and ability to work within a team.
Excellent organization, time management, and interpersonal communication
skills as well.
SKILLS/ Communication Sales Leadership
TRAINING: Marketing Teamwork Interpersonal
Work Ethic/Integrity Time Management Presentation
EXPERIENCE 2007 started, solicited and operated own pressure
washing business for homes, fences, and cars
Accountable for customer interests and satisfaction
Demonstrated the ability to work effectively and efficiently
HONORS: Team Co-Captain (2 yrs) North Carolina Player of the year 2005.
Athletic Honor Roll (2 yrs)
Full Athletic Grant (4 yrs)
ACTIVITIES: Citadel Varsity Baseball 2005-Present
Trained in leadership and motivation
Responsible for Team’s morale and well-being
Discussed ideas that would help boost teamwork and motivation
Accountable for the athletic/personal development of the team members
COMPUTER MS Word MS Excel MS PowerPoint
INTERESTS: Golf Reading Music
Fitness Nutrition Sports Traveling
Jim Whetstone, Unifi, Director of Product Development (Retired) ph# 843-216-1121
Ray Johnson, DuPont, President of Textile Fibers (Retired) ph# 843-853-8292
Morton Ellison, Ellison Shoes, retired, ph# 843-723-1148
Pete Beeler, BIT Technologies, President ph# 336-399-8000
Dean Sink, President, Mickey Truck Bodies, ph# 336-882-6806
Colonel Timothy Anderson, Business professor at The Citadel