Rebecca L. Jones Education
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Master of Architecture, May 2012, Norwich University, Northfield, VT. Alpha Rho Chi Medal for Service to the School of Architecture and Art, Norwich University, 2012. Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies, Minor in Art, May 2011, Norwich University. Graduated with honors, magna cum laude. Re-imagine Route 7 Urban Development Project, Winner of People's Choice Award, 2010. Form Study in Concrete, Winner of Best in Show, 2010.
Work Experience Architectural Intern MulvannyG2 Architecture, Washington DC 9/2012–Present Job Captain for new Costco warehouse and gas station. Work in small groups to create Design Development, Pricing, Permit and Construction Document sets for Corporate Interior and Large Retail Projects. Architectural Intern seventy2architects, Danbury, CT 5/2011–9/2012 Worked directly with Principal Architects on multiple projects, including: renovations and additions to private residences, commercial roof replacement, historic renovations, interior and exterior church renovations, tenant fit-outs, and code compliance renovations. Worked with AutoCAD to create schematic, design development and construction documents. Measured and documented existing conditions at buildings to be renovated. Using Photoshop and InDesign, helped assemble competition entries and assisted preparation of marketing materials for responses to RFQ and RFP. Attended client meetings and organized continuing education luncheons to keep team informed of latest technologies and AIA CEU points. Created, inventoried, organized and catalogued firm's product and reference libraries, using Excel and BookCollector software. Administrative Assistant Norwich University Dept. of Architecture + Art 8/2011–5/2012 Work-study position assisting the secretary of the Department of Architecture and Art. Further work managing schedules for the Architecture Department Chair, David Woolf, and coordinating presentation schedules with other professors. Close contact with prospective students, answering questions and giving studio tours. Assistant Management Agriventures Agway, Danbury, CT 8/2005–7/2011 Management of front end registers; trained new employees; keyholder, responsible for opening and closing procedures; act as substitute Equine Manager during horse show season processing orders and deliveries.
Skills Drafting and 3-D modeling programs: AutoCAD, Revit, Sketchup. Rendering programs: Artlantis, Grasshopper, Rhino. Advanced knowledge of Adobe CS3 and CS5 suites: Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Premiere; Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote. Advanced hand-drafting skills.
Extracurricular Study Abroad, Berlin, Germany; Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria, Italy, Spring 2010. Norwich University Beaux Arts Ball Coordinator 2011-2012. Norwich University Snowboard and Ski Club President 2011-2012. Norwich University AIAS member, Second Year Student Representative, Interim Vice President, 2007-12. Assisted with design and construction of barn and cabin on family ranch in the Catskill Mountains, NY. Hobbies & Activities: Photography (35mm, Darkroom and Digital), Creative Writing, Horseback Riding Outdoor Sports, Snowboarding, Beekeeping and Traveling. Languages: German, conversational.
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Relating to Dolan Farms, Shelburne, VT Voted Peopleâ€™s Choice at Town Planning Showcase This plan, presented to the town planning board at the end of the semester, draws tourists and Vermonters to spend time in this beautiful town, home of Vermontâ€™s top three tourist destinations as well as a variety of locally-owned businesses. Fall 2009 | AP 411 Skills: Site Analysis, Programming, Site Design, Vignettes, Hand-Drafting, Hand-Rendering Programs: SketchUp, Photoshop, Adobe Software