Marlia Stone
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Location: Philadelphia, PA, United States
School: Lincoln University
Major: Accounting

Marlia Stone

Marlia Stovall Stone

Lincoln University, PA 19352

Education Lincoln University of Pennsylvania GPA: 3.28 Lincoln University, PA
Major: Accounting (May 2019) – 36 credit hours completed
• Merit Scholarship Honor Program (Required 30 credits and a 3.0 GPA)

Technology Microsoft Word, Excel (Pivot Tables and VLookUp), and PowerPoint; Adobe Voyager

Certification First Aid (January 2016)

Interests Residential Real Estate, Financial Mathematics, Fashion – Vintage Clothing, Professional Suits (Express)

Professional Experience
Library Assistant Langston Hughes Memorial Library Lincoln University, PA
October 2016-Present
• Assist an average of seven (7) students per three(3)-hour shift find books
• Checked an average 10 books in and out of the library through the computer program
• Handled an average of 12 overdue book student-transactions

Rides and Attractions Host Sesame Place Amusement Park Langhorne, PA
May-August 2016
• Provide safety information for the five (5) rides I was stationed at – accommodated anywhere from 14-40 customers per ride

Cashier The Fresh Grocer Store Philadelphia, PA
October 2014-August 2015
• Averaged 116 customer transactions and $5,800 in revenue per 7-hour shift with zero (0) cash-drawer discrepancies
• Bag, box or wrap an average of 20 packages of damaged products daily and reported them to the manager

Community Service

Volunteer Office of Alumni Relations Lincoln University, PA
October 2016 6 Hours-Weekend of Homecoming
• Provided directions to the 15 students that participated in the two (2) Homecoming Reunion events I was involved in
• Planned four (4) new community service events with a team of three (3) volunteers

Member, French Club (September 2016 – Present) Lincoln University, PA
• Successfully recruited three (3) new members to the organization

Volunteer, Commitment Day (April 2016) – Student Government Association Lincoln University, PA
• Convinced five (5) out of my group of 15 prospective student visitors to attend Lincoln University