Front Desk Receptionist


5719 92nd St., Lubbock, TX  79424    (806) 577-3600



Main Event:  Technician.  Did preventive maintenance, problem solving and repairs on computerized video games, bowling pin machine and facilities.  November 5 to February 29, 2016.

NTS Communications:  Set-top Box Programmer:  Worked full-time in temporary position testing and programming set-top boxes.  February to September, 2015.


Did work-study internship a couple of class periods one semester at Science Spectrum as Exhibit Tech working on exhibit computers and one semester at Jabberwocky Custom Computers helping repair and build computers.

Vice President of Lubbock Advanced Technology Center Computer Club.

Member of UIL Math Competition team, tennis team and band at Coronado.

Recipient of Director’s Award at Irons Middle School Band, member of Irons Tennis team and member of National Junior Honor Society.


Achieved rank of Eagle Scout in 2012.  Was awarded 2013 Outstanding Eagle Scout of the Chaparral District.  Served on the leadership team of BSA Troop 575 in the following leadership capacities:   Senior Patrol Leader, Asst. Senior Patrol Leader, Patrol Leader, Webmaster, Troop Guide, Historian, OA Rep, Buglar.  Served as Assistant Scout Master.

    Served as Staff-in-Training at Tres Ritos Scout Camp summer of 2011.

    Served as Youth Staff at Woodbadge 2012 (an adult scout leadership training).

    Attended National Youth Leadership Training for scouts summer 2011.

Member of Monterey Church of Christ youth group including going on several mission trips, helping the homeless, helping at Vacation Bible Schools, etc.

COMMUNITY SERVICE – volunteered at:

Family Promise (home for homeless families with children), Angel Tree (preparing and handing out food for needy), Christmas Angel Tree (delivering gifts to children of prisioners), South Plains Food Bank, Meals on Wheels, Humane Society, and volunteered at many Eagle Projects, Scouting for Food and other scouting events.

  • ID#: 107501
  • Location: Lubbock, TX , 79424

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