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Agrimarketing : Career Supplement Canada
17 Jobseeker Extraordinaire Current Address: Permanent Address: 555 Career Ready Lane 444 Home Drive Anywhere, Canada A1B 2C3 Everywhere, Canada D4E 5F6 (555) 555-5555 firstname.lastname@example.org Objective: I want to obtain a career in the agriculture industry where I can utilize my agribusiness degree along with my interpersonal and self-starter skills. Education Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Business Management Anticipated Graduation: May 2011 Plant Science Minor University of All-Stars; Guelph, Ontario Professional Experience GrowBig Seed May-August 2009 Sales and Marketing Intern; Regina, Saskatchewan • Developed new seed distribution program for individual territory • Managed 50 plots for quality and growth • Communicated with 13 dealers about needs and concerns Greenhand Farms August 2008-May 2009 Landscape Manager; Victoria, British Columbia • Supervised 20 high school employees to ensure proper greenhouse management • Created landscape design for farm entrance using over 700 plants • Planted and cared for over 25 cultivars of fruit trees Farms Today May-August 2008 Horticultural Columnist; Toronto, Ontario • Designed layout for horticultural section in Farms Today • Wrote two articles a week advising homeowners on proper plant care • Met with five homeowners per week for plant care classes Leadership Experience Canadian Agri-Marketing Association Student Chapter January 2009-Present Secretary (2009) University of All-Stars January 2008-Present Ambassador • Met with over 50 prospective students regarding information on the University of All-Stars • Developed new recruitment plan to be implemented in 2010 • Attained a $1,000 grant from Ontario for recruitment purposes 4-H Dairy Club 2008-Present President (2009) • Lead club meetings and directed young members • Assisted 4-H club leaders at achievement day • Initiated field trip and other special events