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Personal information    
Surname(s) / First name(s)  Aime, Armond Beau
Address(es)  54, Marley Place, SY6 HB3, Woolston, England
Telephone(s)  +44 123 45 67 89 00Mobile: +44 123 45 67 89 00
Fax(es)  +44 123 45 67 89 00
E-mail(s)  mraime@example.com
Nationality(-ies)  British
Date of birth  8.20.1982
Gender  Male
Desired employment / Occupational field  Statistics Professor
Work experience   
Dates  August 2003-May 2005
Occupation or position held  Professor's Assistant
Main activities and responsibilities  This was an internship where I was the right hand man to my statistics professor. I calculated test scores, design important course documents, and help to prepare syllabi for the up coming semester's courses. Whenever needed, I also filled in as a substitute for my professor. I interned here 4 to 5 days a week, for an average of 20 to 30 hours a week.
Name and address of employer  Woolston Technical Institute, Books Circle, Woolston SY6 HB3
Type of business or sector  Education
Dates  October 2002-April 2003
Occupation or position held  Statistics Tutor
Main activities and responsibilities  I tutored high school students and university students to help them better understand statistics. I expected nothing for my services as I was volunteering. I volunteered my services on average 10 hours a week. Helping students to understand the complexities of statistics raised their academic scores by over 30%.
Name and address of employer  UK Academy, Academy Lane, Woolston SY6 HB3
Type of business or sector  Education
Education and training   
Dates  From August 2002 to December 2006
Title of qualification awarded  International Baccalaureate
Principal subjects / occupational skills covered  College Statistics, Advanced Statistics Studies, Education
Name and type of organisation providing education and training  University Name
Level in national or international classification  Level 2
Personal skills and competences  
Mother tongue(s)  English
Other language(s)  
Self-assessment  UnderstandingSpeakingWriting 
European level  ListeningReadingSpoken interactionSpoken production  
English  C1Proficient UserB1Independent UserC2Proficient UserB1Independent UserB1Independent User 
Spanish  C1Proficient User B1Independent UserC2Proficient UserC2Proficient UserB1Independent User 
Social skills and competences  Being a member of the College Statistics Team not only taught me teamwork, but it also gave me a chance to work with a diverse group of people. Tutoring a variety of different students from different backgrounds and working numerous part-time customer service jobs as a student improved my people skills and helped me to better work with others.
Organisational skills  Displayed organization skills as a