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EMMANUEL AMENUVOR
E-mail: amenuvor@msn.com
Resume                                                      
OBJECTIVE:
To use my extensive knowledge of computer science and management information systems skills to contribute to information technology goals in an organization that allows for growth and advancement.

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Three years experience in website design and implementation
  • Two years experience in computer network setup and configuration
  • Two years experience in system analysis and design using SDLC
  • Database management
  • Programmer ( Visual Basic (6 & .NET), Classic ASP,ASP.NET (VB), SQL 2000 Server, MySQL, PHP, HTML)
  • Professional documentation and program manual design

EDUCATION:
               Westminster College, Fulton Missouri

  • Bachelor of Arts, May 2006
  • Specializations: Computer Science and Management Information Systems
  • Minor: Mathematics
  • GPA:  3.7/4.0  

               HONORS:

  • Dean’s list – Spring and Fall 2003, Spring and Fall 2004, Spring and Fall 2005
  • Member of The National Dean’s list
  • Member of Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK)
  • Member of Pi Mu Epsilon
  • Graduated Cum Laude

TECHNICAL / COMPUTER SKILLS:
      Languages and software:

  •  C++, Html 6.0 and prior, Microsoft Office 97/2000/XP/2003/2007, Macromedia Studio(Dreamweaver, Fireworks & Flash 8) Adobe CS3 suite(Dreamweaver & Fireworks), PHP/MySQL and ASP 3.0/Access applications, Microsoft Visual Studio 6 – 2005, ASP.NET 2.0(VB), MS SQL Server 2000 (T-SQL, DTS and Stored procedures)

Hardware:

  • Trouble shooting and hardware
  • Repairing PC

Operating systems and management skills:

  • Windows® 95/98/Me/2000/XP
  • Windows® Server 2000/2003
  • Microsoft Internet Information Service (IIS) 5 and 6
  • Apache Web server

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
Resident Technology Assistant, Westminster College, Fulton, MO: 2004 – 2006

  • Offer computer network configuration/troubleshooting PCs
  • Educate students on spyware and viruses
  • Reinstall faulty operating systems and hardware
  • Prepare work log and documentation for supervisor

Time Card Tracking Software – Spring 2006

  • Built a time tracking software with Microsoft Visual Basic 6 and Microsoft Access for monitoring student workers in computer labs in Westminster College

Internship Evaluation Web Application - Summer and Fall 2005

  • Developed web based evaluation program using Active Server Pages and Microsoft Access for Westminster College Career Services
  • Created a detailed user manual for common and advanced users of evaluation program

Webmaster, Westminster College International Students Website, Westminster College, Fulton, MO: 2004 – present

  • Redesign existing website
  • Update current information

Computer Lab Monitor, Westminster College

  • Troubleshoot problems involving computers and printers
  • Provided technical assistance to students
  • Summarized lab activity reports and submit to supervisor

Site Administrator, Cross Cultural Solutions – Ghana, West Africa

  • Served as office administrator for country director
  • Prepared expenditure and returns on weekly bases
  • Coordinated volunteer activities in rural areas

ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges, Central Plains Region

  • Winner, overall best student website design contest at 11th and 12th Annual Conferences in, Spring 2005 and 2006
  • Represented Computer Department of Westminster College at Annual meeting held in Spring 2004, 2005 and 2006

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:

Promoting cultural diversity - Spring 2006

  • Designed and implemented website to promote cultural diversity
  • Implemented marketing campaign to increase interest in cultural diversity


Westminster College International Club

  • President: Spring and Fall 2005

      Coordinated and presided over all club activities
      Represented the entire international student body as the figure head

  • Student Government Representative: Spring and Fall 2004

     Coordinated financial expenses for activities planned by the club
     Represented club as the link between its members and the Student Government body


Volunteer work

Westminster College

  • Volunteered for Into the Street initiative: - Fall 2004 and Fall 2005
  • Volunteered for Habitat for Humanity: – Fall 2002

International Volunteer work

  • Cross Cultural Solutions – Ghana, West Africa
  • Served as a local communication person between foreign volunteers and local people in Ghana
  • Helped with distribution of foreign volunteers to rural areas in Ghana
        

REFERENCES:
               Available upon request


 

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