RESUME #7: A US Citizen with Foreign Sounding Name Who Was Born in The USA and Speaks English as His Native Language

MOHAMED J. FOREIGN SOUNDING NAME

(Native Born US Citizen)

(Speak English as Native Language.)

[This approach prevents people from making unwarranted assumptions based on your last name. Some jobs do require US Citizenship or permanent residency. All jobs in US do require excellent English, so let people know right up front. If you are a Permanent Resident say so. If you speak excellent English at 9.5 on a scale of ten, say so. Whatever is positive, say it here to prevent incorrect assumptions.]

12345 Main Street, US Town, ST 12345

Phone: 123-456-7890 | Cell: 123-205-1234

E-Mail: mjf25@aol.com

EDUCATION:

PhD Mechanical Engineering, Big University, 6/95

  • GPA: 3.7/4.0
  • Thesis in Filament Wound Composites Design and Analysis.

MS Mechanical Engineering, Big University, 6/92

  • GPA: 3.5/4.0

BS Materials Science, Excellent School, 6/90

  • GPA: 3.0/4.0
  • Earned 90% of college expenses.

THESIS:

[Here provide a brief description of the thesis work. If you are applying for your first position after your PhD, then provide more thesis information.]

COMPUTER SKILLS:

  • AutoCAD, NASTRAN, Design of Experiments. Web Page Design.

EXPERIENCE:

7/95 – Present, Major Filament Winding Company

6/00 – Present, Senior Manufacturing R&D Engineer

  • Supervises team of four Engineers and two Technicians developing fiber-placed composite parts for fire resistance in bus interiors.
  • Saved $1MM by designing and developing filament winding equipment for internal use.
  • Works with Customers to solve problems with company products.

7/95 – 6/00, Manufacturing R&D Engineer

  • Leaped tall buildings with a single bound while simultaneously developing unique filament wound products.
  • Conceived and developed fiber placement process for phenolic resins.
  • You get the idea.

PRIOR TO PHD:

6/90 – 6/95, Big University, Graduate Research Assistant

  • Taught courses in composites.
  • Developed filament wound products for Navy research program.

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