Resume

Caleb Larkin
Contact Info: Phone: (801) 709-4064
Address: 1947 N 2050 E Layton, UT 84040
E-mail: caleb_larkin@live.com
Education: Master’s of Arts – International Affairs and Global Enterprises (MIAGE)
       ◦ University of Utah
       ◦ Steve Reynolds Fellowship Scholarship
       ◦ Full Info: https://calebrlarkin.wordpress.com/2017/12/06/graduate-work/
       ◦ GPA = 3.76, Graduated – December 2017
Bachelor’s of Arts – Communications (Print Journalism)
       ◦ Brigham Young University
       ◦ Graduated – December 2015
       ◦ GPA = 3.8, ACT = 31
Professional Experience: Northwest Middle School Afterschool Program Director
Aug 2017 to present — Refugee and Immigrant Center — Salt Lake City
       ◦ Prepared daily ESL, math and science lessons for 15 students in program.
       ◦ Used Spanish language to assist Hispanic students.
       ◦ Fulfilled monthly grant reporting requirements.
Hiring Consultant
Sept 2013 to present — ApplicantPro — Eagle Mountain, Utah
       ◦ Advanced with high growth SAS company, holding several different positions.
       ◦ Daily demonstrations of Applicant Tracking Software.
       ◦ Weekly professional sales training (Hubspot Certified).
       ◦ Daily client interaction for solution discovery.
Freelance Journalist
April to Nov 2015 — The Standard Examiner — Ogden, Utah
       ◦ Pitched ideas, conducted interviews and investigations for stories.
       ◦ Wrote 2 – 4 articles for the paper each week.
       ◦ Several front page articles.
Desktop Technician
Aug 2012 to Sept 2013 — Unisys Corporation — Salt Lake City, Utah 
       ◦ Provided technical support for the Novartis pharmaceutical company.
Volunteer Experience: Blog Writer – Abolitionist for Child Sex Slavery
Mar 2016 to  Nov 2016 — Operation Underground Railroad — Utah
       ◦ Conducted interviews, pursued leads and wrote monthly blog stories.
       ◦ Focused on donor, rescue and partnership stories.
Afterschool Program Volunteer
Jan 2014 to  Dec 2016 — Hill Field Elementary — Clearfield, Utah
       ◦ Provided homework assistance on a weekly basis.
       ◦ Attended 2 – 3 times a week for 2 – 3 hours per visit.
       ◦ Also volunteered at Alpine Elementary school in Lehi, Utah.
LDS Missionary
May 2010 to June 2012 — Det Danske Mission — Copenhagen, Denmark
       ◦ Interacted on a personal level including service projects with individuals.
       ◦ Learned Danish culture and language fluently.
English Teacher
Aug to Dec 2009  — International Language Program — Zhongshan, China
        ◦ Taught 3 – 4 hrs. / day to students ages 3 – 11.
        ◦ Learned basic Chinese language and culture skills with natives.
English Teacher
June to Aug 2008  — Projects Abroad — Kayathar, India
        ◦ Developed and taught lessons for five 1-hr classes / day to students ages 10-17.
        ◦ Experienced Indian culture by living with native Indian host family.
        ◦ Learned basic Tamil language and spoke with natives.
Orphaned Child Care
Aug 2006  — Orphanage Support Service Organization — Quito, Ecuador
        ◦ Provided basic needs to 40 toddlers and infants.
Internships: Political News Desk Intern
May 2015 — The Salt Lake Tribune — Salt Lake City, Utah
       ◦ Managed the Political Cornflakes blog.
       ◦ http://www.sltrib.com/blogs/politicalcornflakes
Political News Reporter
Jan to April 2015 — Capital West News — Salt Lake City, Utah
       ◦ Wrote two stories a week about issues before Utah legislation.
       ◦ http://capwestnews.org/?s=Caleb+Larkin&x=0&y=0
       ◦ Published weekly articles in the Standard-Examiner – Ogden, Utah.
Computer Technician Intern
Jan to Jun 2008  — Superior Computers — Layton, Utah
        ◦ Troubleshot hardware and software problems.
        ◦ Assembled new build computers.
Interests and Activities: Athletics – High school baseball, wrestling, tennis.
Languages – Spanish, Chinese (MIAGE Certified), Danish (MIAGE Certified).
Writing – https://perspective0210.wordpress.com/author/perspectives0210/
Awards Received: Eagle Scout, 2009 Youthlinc young humanitarian scholarship, Lark H. Nielsen ‘Joy of Life’ Award.
Published Author – The Limit of Man’s Potential.
References: Stephen Bannister: steve.bannister@economics.utah.edu – (801) 581-7481.
Ben Whisenant: ben.whisenant@gmail.com – (801) 706-9559.
Amos Guiora: amos.guiora@law.utah.edu – (801) 581-4295.
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