Skyler Thomas Wilson
Proctor for Advanced Placement Exams, Arlington County Public Schools, Yorktown High School, April 2017
Prepared exam rooms, followed protocol for student identification and distribution of exam materials, and supervised the testing environment.
Seated students according to seating chart.
Ensured testing procedures were followed: helped students with completing identification information, supplied needed materials, and supervised students while taking the exams to guard against cheating or use of unauthorized aids.
Ensured student answer forms were accurately identified, collected completed exams, and returned all exam materials to secure storage.
VBIA Client Relations Assistant Intern, UMW EagleWorks Business Incubation Center, Member of the Virginia Business Incubation Association (VBIA), Fredericksburg, VA, Fall 2016
Assisted the Program Manager with marketing and communication activities to support local start-ups and early-stage companies. Worked with clients in business development services.
Directed approximately 50 customers and business partners to consulting services and other resources offered by VBIA, such as free mentoring, business advice, and networking opportunities to allow for partnership development along similar business lines.
Researched and conducted comparative analysis of other state program websites to improve/enhance the existing VBIA Eagleworks page. Compared other state websites layout, color choices, and location mapping for the local business as a part of their incubation program.
Created a new Virginia state business directory of the 55 Virginia small businesses affiliated with VBIA. It included contact information and business logos for active business, and purged inactive businesses.
Kept daily log my hours of service worked for the Mary Washington Internship program.
Courtesy Clerk, Safeway, May to August 2015
Greeted customers and provided assistance to locate items, bag groceries and load bags in vehicles.
Learned about the products to be able to make suggestions to customers.
Answered customer questions regarding store merchandise locations
Cleaned up areas of the store after customers dropped items or left areas messy.
Used initiative in finding jobs to do when the store was not busy.
Research Intern, Congressional Research Service (Library of Congress), May – June 2011
Performed internet research on assigned subjects.
Categorized documents and books in the library’s databases and updated contents as needed.
Organized data into spreadsheets and tables for later input into on-line databases.
Manned copy machine scanner and preformed high volume scanning of important documents
University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, VA, Bachelor of Science (Business Administration/Marketing), May 2017
Northern Virginia Community College, Annandale, VA, Associates degree in Liberal Arts, May 2014
Code Academy, Online, Ruby programming language
Skills and Computer Experience
Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) for PC and Mac
Adobe Photoshop CS2, ------------
Search engines (Google, Bing, Yahoo! Search)
Social media (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Skype, Discord)
Hall Chaperone, Library of Congress National Book Festival, Washington, DC, September 2017
Helped festival attendees with directions to various events, answered questions about locations of festival attractions and facilities.
Volunteer, Westover Library, (shelving and organizing books), Summer 2010
Scouting, Active member of Troop 106 (6 - 12); Eagle Scout rank, 2010