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Travis Jones 701 E. Bluff St. Apt. 5208 ● Fort Worth, TX 76102 travisjtx@gmail.com ● (512) 635-2340 http://GuyYouWantToHire.weebly.com/

PROFILE Human Resource Management graduate with a 3.6 GPA and strengths in: customer relations, reliability, integrity, and self-motivation. A team player with a heart for sales backed by experience.

EDUCATION Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX An AACSB Accredited School of Business Human Resource Management

May 2010, GPA: 3.6/4.0

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE State Farm Insurance, Fort Worth, TX- Sales Specialist June 2010 – Present Work for the #1 agent in the history of the company.  Increased book of business by 100+ policies.  Pioneered and implemented lead management and follow-up system.  Managed accounts and addressed customer concerns and complaints. Joe’s Crab Shack, Austin, TX- Server May 2008 – January 2010 Joe’s Crab Shack is a seafood restaurant that is well-known for its outgoing staff.  In my first three months, received a letter from corporate telling of a guest calling the company to inform them of the exceptional job I was doing at my restaurant.  The General Manager at my location has received compliments on both my attention to detail and customer service skills.  Server that guests request by name. University Directories, Austin, TX- Sales Representative Summer 2009 University Directories is the #1 publisher of campus directories and planners in the nation.  Learned the skills and persistence needed to make a sale in the face of opposition.  Engaged in a week-long premier sales training course at the University of North Carolina.  Learned to self-manage and to effectively use time to make the most of each workday.  Worked on the University of Texas team to promote advertising for UT's official campus publications  Worked from nine to five every weekday and made about 750 cold-call presentations.


Travis Jones 701 E. Bluff St. Apt. 5208 ● Fort Worth, TX 76102 travisjtx@gmail.com ● (512) 635-2340 http://GuyYouWantToHire.weebly.com/

Tocquigny, Austin, TX- Intern Summer 2008 Tocquigny is the #2 interactive marketing agency in the nation according to B2B magazine.  Learned to effectively market and advertise a website through means such as search engine optimization and layout/attribute setup  Worked on projects for big businesses such as The Washington Times, Message Labs, and Regent University.  Learned the most important aspects/strategies of gaining, retaining, and winning over potential customers.  Under the tutelage of the CEO and founder of the company, Yvonne Tocquigny. Main Event Entertainment, Austin, TX- Trainer/Team Builder May 2005 – May 2008 Main Event is a family facility that features bowling, billiards, laser tag, mini golf, and more.  Facilitated corporate parties for many of Austin’s biggest companies including Dell, IBM, University of Texas Athletics, and more.  Received near-perfect scores on each six-month review and top scores on all five secret shops  Promoted to Trainer and Team Builder  Sold facility's services and instructed, aided, and directed customers. Old Navy Inc., El Paso & Austin, TX- Customer Service August 2004 – May 2005 Old Navy is a clothing retailer owned by GAP, Inc.  Trained new employees nd  Maintained the 2 highest credit card sign-up ratio in the store (second only to the region leader)  Handled nearly 80% Spanish-speaking customers

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Speak conversational Spanish Licensed Property & Casualty and Life & Health insurance agent Completed thorough Leadership Summit training Skilled in computer repair, virus prevention, and have taken multiple classes on Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word Have never missed a shift in my nine years of work

HONORS/COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT       

Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Abilene, TX: 2006-2010 Active in Meals on Wheels Abilene: 2009-2010 Historian for Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE): 2009-2010 Dean’s List: 2007-2010 National Honor Society: 2004-2006 Member of Fraternity of Galaxy: 2008-2010 Led group of students at Kadesh Summer Camp: Summer 2009


Travis Jones 701 E Bluff St. Apt. 5208 ● Fort Worth, TX 76102 travisjtx@gmail.com ● (512) 635-2340 http://GuyYouWantToHire.weebly.com/

Salary History Job Title

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State Farm Insurance Sales Specialist Fort Worth, TX

June 2010 – Present

$2,000/month + commissions based on product sold

Joe’s Crab Shack Server Austin, TX

May 2008 – January 2010

$2.15 + Tips Highest Earnings/Hour- $25.00 Highest Earnings/Shift- $150.00

University Directories Sales Representative Austin, TX

Summer 2009

$2,000/Summer + 15% commission once sales surpassed $13,333

Tocquigny Assistant to the CEO Austin, TX

Summer 2008

$2,000/Summer

Main Event Entertainment Bowl Desk Attendant Austin, TX

May 2005 – May 2008

Starting: $6.50/hour + tip pool End: $8.50/hour + tip pool

Old Navy, Inc. Customer Service/Cashier El Paso & Austin, TX

August 2004 – May 2005

$7.50/hour

El Paso Times Newspaper Roller/Delivery El Paso, TX

August 2001 – March 2005

$6.25/hour


Travis Jones 70l E Bluff St. Apt. 5208 ● Fort Worth, TX 76102 travisjtx@gmail.com ● (512) 635-2340 http://GuyYouWantToHire.weebly.com/

Organizational Chart (State Farm) Agent Sloan Clark / Al Clark

↓ Sales Specialist ***Travis Jones***

Organizational Chart (Joe's Crab Shack) General Manager Robert Hannon

↓ Floor Managers Steven Kohlbus | Melissa Lopez

↓ Server ***Travis Jones***

Organizational Chart (University Directories) Regional Manager Jessica Duyka

↓ Regional Supervisor Jennifer Jehli

↓ Local Sales Manager Ashley Turner

↓ Sales Representative ***Travis Jones***


Travis Jones 1505 Silver Oak Trail ● Cedar Park, TX 78613 tpj05a@acu.edu ● (512) 635-2340 http://GuyYouWantToHire.weebly.com/

Organizational Chart (Main Event Entertainment) General Manager Walt Powell

↓ Bowl Manager Brent Kolafa

↓ Bowl Supervisor Travis Kolinek

↓ Trainer/Team Builder ***Travis Jones***

↓ Bowl Employee/Customer Service Representative Entry Level Employee


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References Professional

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Mike Winegeart Sales Professor ACU College of Business Professor w- (325) 674-2429 winegeart@acu.edu

Gabriel Hernandez, Sr. Father of Big Brothers Big Sisters Little (325) 513-9175

Phil Vardiman Human Resources Professor ACU College of Business Professor/SIFE Leader w- (325) 674-2153 pxv02b@acu.edu

Ken and/or Lori Gates Leader/Mentor through High School (512) 346-9630

Ashley Turner Local Sales Manager University Directories She traveled with me on countless sales calls and was immediate supervisor c- (903) 563-6716 Ashley.Turner@bba06.mccombs.utexas.edu

Skip Dampier Family Friend/Manager (512) 382-5547

Travis Kolinek Supervisor Main Event Entertainment Immediate Supervisor c- (512) 497-2980 tjkolinek@yahoo.com

Christian Pimmental Youth Minister/Leader (512) 289-0202

Brent Kolafa Manager Main Event Entertainment Department Manager w- (512) 401-0000

Jim and/or Ruth Dailey Family friend for 22 years (580) 510-8003


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UNIVERSITY November30, 2009

Recommendationfor Travis Jones 'Travis has been a studentin my Managementclassesat Abilene Christian University as part of his academicstudies. Thesecoursesare structuredin teamsand each studentis required to participate and take a leadershiprole in severaldifferent assignments.Travis exhibited strong leadershipskills and worked well with his classmates. He is a very good student and works hard to do his best. Travis completed all his assignmentsin a timely manner and worked hard to make a good grade. He maintained a positive approachto his studiesand always came to classon time. He has many good qualities such as following through on assignments,friendly personality, taking the initiative, and an honest characterthat will help him be highly successfulin his chosen career. In addition to his class activities, he has also gained valuable experiencgthroughout his college time working in retail salesand customer service. Travis is a member of the Studentin Free Enterprise (SIFE) organizationat ACU and participatesin Big Brother / Big Sistersof Abilene. He is listed on the Dean's honor roll and seeksto do his best. I do believe Travis will be a strong assetto your organizalion and highly recommendhim. Pleaselet me know if you need any additional information. Sincerely,

W Phil Vardiman,Ph.D., SPHR AssociateProfessor,ManagementSciences Collegeof BusinessAdministration Abilene Christian University ACIJ box 29327 Abilene, Texas 79699 325-674-2153


LET TIIE GAMES BEGII{! MainEventuSA.net

November28,2009

To Whom It May Concern: \

I am writing on behalf of Travis Jones,whom I have known for six years. Travis worked as a customerservicerepresentativefor me at Main Event Entertainmentfrom its openingin May of 2005 until May of 2008. Travis possessesthe core valuesof integrity, leadershipand team building. He is an exemplaryrole model to those around him and holds himself accountable.He is supportive of his co-workers and contributesto the team'ssuccess.He is willing to do whatever it takesto maket}te customers'experiencethe best it can be. He follows instructions very well and is a quick learner. I am confidentthat, should an oppoftunity present itself, Travis would be a valued assetto any team. It was a true joy and pleasureto work with him at Main Event Entertainment.

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TravisKolinek Games/BowlSupervisor Main EventEntertainment Phone:5 L2-401-0000

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welcomeadditionto my teamandwill be a greatadditionto yours. If you needanyfurtherclarification,pleasedo not hesftateto contactme.

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This profile is designedto help you understandyour resultson the Myers-BriggsTypeIndicatoP the MBTI instrument producesresults (MBTI@)assessmenr. Basedon your individual responses, to identify which of sixteendifferent personalityrypesbestdescribesyou. Your personalitytype with eachcategorycomposedof mro opposite in four separatecategories, represenrs your preferences poles.The four categoriesdescribekey areasthat combine to form the basisof a person'spersonality asfollows: . . . .

(l) (Elorlntroversion Whereyoufocusyourattention - Extraversion (ttl} Intuition or Sensing Thewayyoutakein information {S} Thewayyoumakedecisions -Thinking (TlorFeeling {Fl (P) Howyoudealwiththeouterworld- Judging U) ot Perceiving

Basedon your responses Your MBTI typ. is indicatedby the four lettersrepresentingyour preferences. your repoftedMBTI type is ESFP,dso describedasExtravertedSensingwith Feeling. to the assessmenr, Your resultsarehighlighted below.

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tendsto be characterizedbyits own interests,values,and Eachtype, or combination of preferences, you may usesomebehaviorsthat are characteristicof conunique gifts. \Thateveryour preferences, For a more completediscussionof the sixteentypes,seethe Introductionto Type@ trastingpreferences. booklet by IsabelBriggsMyers. This publication and many othersto help you understandyour personalitytype areavailablefrom CPP, Inc. cpp,Inc.I 800-624-176s I wvrrw.cpp.com

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THEMES GENERALOCCUPATIONAL

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The General Occupational Themes (GOTs) measuresix broad interest patterns that can be usedto describeyour work 'Work personality. Most people'sinterestsare reflectedby nvo or three Themes, combined to form a cluster of interests. rctivities, potential skills, and valuescan alsobe classifiedinto thesesix Themes. This provides a direct link benveenyour interestsand the careerand educationpossibilitieslikely to be most meaningfulto you. Your standardscoresarebasedon the averagescoresof a combined group of working adults. However, becauseresearchshows that men and women tend to responddifferendy in theseareas,your interestleuek ffery Litde, Litde, Moderate, High, Very Hrgh) were determined by comparing your scoresagainstthe averagescoresfor your gender. THEMEDESCRIPTIONS INTERESTS

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BASICINTERESTSCALES

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The BasicInterest Scalesrepresentspecificinterest areasthat often point to work activities, prorects,coursework, and leisure activities that are personallymotivating and rewarding. As with the General Occupational Themes,your interest levels(Very Litde, Little, Moderate, High, Very High) were determined by comparing your scoresagainstthe averagescoresfor your gender. As you review your resultsin the charts below, note your top interest areasand your areasof leastinterest, and think about how they relateto your work, educational,and leisureactivities. Take time to considerany top interest areasthat are not currendy part of your work or lifesryle and think about how you might be able to incorporate them into your plans. Areasof LeastInterest

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SCALES OCCUPATIONAL

This section highligha your Profile resultson the Occupational Scalesof the Strong.On the next three pagesyou will find your scoresfor I22 occupations.The 10 occupationsmost closelyaligned with your interestsare listed in the summary chart :elow. Keep in mind that the occupationslisted in your Profile resultsarejust someof the many occupationslinked to your intereststhat you might want to consider.They do not indicate thoseyou "should" pursue. It is helpfirl to think of each occupation asa single exampleof a much larger group of occupational titles to consider. Your scoreon an OccupationalScaleshowshow similar your interestsareto thoseof peopleof your genderwho havebeen working in, and are satisfiedwith, that occupation. The higher your score,the more likes and dislikesyou sharewith those individuals. The Theme Codesassociatedwith eachoccupation indicate the GOTs most commonly found among people employedin that occupation. YOLTRTOP TEN STMONGOCCI.,FPATSCIT$

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As you read through your Occupational Scalesresultson this and the following pages,note the namesof thoseoccupations :or which you scored"Similar." Thoseare the occupationsyou might want to explorefirst. If you haveno scoresin this range,take a look at those in the midrange and begin there. You might alsoconsideroccupationsof leastinterest or for which you scored"Dissimilar"; however,keep in mind that you are likely to havelitde in common with people in those types of work and probably would contribute to such occupationsin a unique way. Your careerprofessionalcan guide you funher in this process. You can learn about occupationsfrom information found in a public library, in the careerlibrary of a collegeor university nearyou, in a professionalcareercenter,or on the Internet.A recommendedonline sourcefor occupationalinformation is You can alsolearn a lot about an occupationby talking to people the O*NETT databaseat http://online.onetcenter.org. who are working in that particular occupation. Thesepeople can describetheir day-to-daywork and tell you what they like and dislike about it.


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PERSONALSTYLESCALES

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The PersonalStyle Scdesdescribedifferent wap of approachingpeople, learning, leading, making decisions,and panicipating in teams.PersonalStyle Scdeshelp you think about your preferencesfor factors that can be imponant in your career,enabling you to more effectivelynarrow your choicesand oramine your oppoftunities. Each scaleincludes descriptionsat both endsof the continuum, with scoresindicating your preferencefor one style versusthe other. Your scoreson the PersonalStyleScala weredeterminedby comparingyour responses to thoseof a combinedgroup of working men andwomen. Clear Scores (Below 46 and above 54) You indicateda clear preference for one style versus the other.

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Strong and MBTP Career Report

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YoURSTRoNGTHEMES AND MBTI"pREFERENCES coMBINED Your combined StrongThemeand MBTI resultsare Enterprising + ESFP. Your combined resultswill help you explore: . tVhat you might like to do . tWhereyou might like to work . How you might like to work and learn This report focuseson your Enterprising SnongTheme becausethat is the Theme in which you showed the greatest interest. The Enterprising Theme likely representsyour strongestcareermotivator and the kinds of activitiesyou find most energizing. Business-relatedwork environments will probably attrac you first. Yov Snongresultsshow that you :ue dso quite interestedin the Socid and futistic Themes. You may find it helpfirl to discusswith your careerprofessional how these Themes may affect your career exploration. ENTERPRISING+ ESFP-The Energetic Persuaders Enterprising work environments

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You can probably tell from the descriptions above that Enterprising work environments are sometimes attractive to ESFPs.You are likely to be appreciatedfor your ability to: . Apply what you have learned from past experience . Pay attention to facts and accuracy . Make decisionsbasedon cooperation and consensus . Adapt well to change However, some Enterprising work environments may seema bit too impersonal to you. Your socialbent may at times be viewed by others as detracting from productivity or as not aking work seriously enough.


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BY YOURCOMBINEDRESULTS SUGGESTED CAREERFIELDSAND OCCUPATIONS Now that you have seenhow your SnongThemesand MBTI preferencescombine to suggestsatisfring tasksand work environments, and how the SnongPersonalSryle Scdesand MBTI preferencescombine to suggestyour styles of working and learning, it is time to narrow your cueer orploration to careerfields and specificoccupations.

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other careerfields that may appealto you. These are just a few suggestionsto help you get started.

FORYOURCOMBINEDSTRONGAND MBTP RESULTS OCCUPATIONS The occupationsin the table that follows \Meresuggestedby both your Strongand MBTI results,thus making it likely that you may find these occupations satisfring and enjoyable. Keep in mind that: . Your interestsare similar to those of people working in theseoccupationswho like their work . These occupationstend to attract people with ESFP preferenceswho are satisfiedwith their job These occupationsare basedon data collectedfrom more than 68,000 people who are satisfiedwith their jobs and have taken the Snonginventory and from more than 92,000 peoplewho are satisfiedwith their jobs and have taken The occupationsfrom both sourcesare linked to the occupationsfound in the O*NET system the MBTI assessment. of occupationalclassificationdevelopedby the U.S. Department of Labor. O*NET is the standardmethod for classifyingoccupations. YOURTOP OCCUPATIONS ABILITIES KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, : SEIE0TED {KSAS}

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to ensure workof cookingpersonnel Coordinate useof fooditemsandtimelypreparation economical

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