Kelsey Marren Resume
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An opportunity that will allow me to utilize my problem solving skills and attention to detail to further develop my abilities in the field of engineering, computer science, business, and marketing.
B.S. in Computer Science
Minor in Business
Cumulative GPA: 3.1
Ithaca, NY | Expected May 2021
Python • Java • HTML • OCaml • Excel
Jacobs Engineering Scholar
•Recognizes students outstanding achievements inside and outside of the classroom
•Indicates confidence in an exceptionally bright future at Cornell.
Cornell College of Engineering | Fall 2017 - Present
RIT Computing Medal and Scholarship
•Achieved academic distinction
•Demonstrated leadership in school or community activities
•Demonstrated excellence in the field of computing.
Tappan Zee High School | Spring 2016
•Data Structures and Functional Programming
•Object-Oriented Programming & Data
•Networks: Market Design
•Visual Imaging in Electron Age
•Intro to Business Management
Dynarex Corporation | Marketing Intern
•Worked alongside marketing team at Dynarex to organize and prepare product data for a 12 week internship.
•Product and customer data collected was used to develop and launch the new and improved Dynarex website.
May 2018 - August 2018
Chegg, Inc. | Computer Science Tutor
•Currently tutoring multiple high school aged children.
•Tutor specifically math, computer science and engineering topics.
May 2018 - Present
Alpha Chi Omega Sorority | VP Philanthropy
•Responsible for organizing and running around 6 philanthropy events, ranging in attendance from 100-500 people, to raise upwards of $3,000 each semester for the Ithaca Advocacy Center to combat domestic violence.
Cornell University | Fall 2018 - Present
Society of Women Engineers | Social Media Chair
•Responsible for helping maintain SWE’s website, Facebook page, Instagram account, and employing these various social medias to promote SWE and the organization’s events.
Women in Computing at Cornell | Active Member
•A network for women undergraduates, faculty, and staff, which promotes interaction on academic, social and professional issues.
Cornell University | Fall 2017 - Present
Sharing in Social Networks Project
•This project uses trees to model how content spreads through a social network, using probability given by the user to see if a random post on social media would go viral or not.
Object-Oriented Programming | Fall 2018
Virtual Reality Design Project
A project in which we created a virtual reality world including a lake, detailed trees and greenery, elephant models made in a previous project, and a canoe in which the user sat and controlled to find a hidden elephant. This was done using Unreal Engine 4.
Visual Imaging in Electron Age | Fall 2017
social media chair, marketing intern, computer science