I am a student at the University of Dundee, studying a BSC in mathematics with honours. I have worked in various places like a hotel as a waiter/ bartender and a take away as a delivery driver. I am extremely keen on finance and accounting and take an active interest into the stock market and business news.
Help the Aged was my first taste of work, working on the shop floor taught me organisation as i had to organise clothes and other items.
Primarily I worked for Prima Donna in my summer holidays of the years listed above. I really enjoyed my time working at Prima Donna, not only did I learn door to door skills but also part of my employment I learnt how to handle money and always cashed up accurately. I believe I did exceptional work as they invited me back to work each year.
Working at the Parkmore Hotel gave me great first insight into paid work. I learnt valuable skills which included customer relation's and how to work effectively as a team.
Working as a till operator I was very isolated and had to quickly serve students of the school on my own. This taught me how to work efficiently as an individual and not rely on others.
(Also studied modules in economics and accountancy and operational research)
Drama (AS level): C
Science: A*, A
English Language: A
Business Studies: A
Religious Studies: A
Applied ICT: A, B
English Literature: B
My main hobby is playing the cello in which i have played since i was 8. I was always committed to furthering my ability of the cello which led to me achieving my grade 8 standard. Playing the cello meant i could play for various orchestras, but the most important one i played for was Tees Valley Youth Orchestra for which I spent 6 years at. At my time here I played in venues like Birmingham Symphony hall and the Sage Gateshead, and also toured countries like Germany and Prague. In my last few years, I was the principal cellist where i lead and taught the cello section, which was a great responsibility that i think i managed effectively. Before university I was also a keen rugby player, playing for multiple teams which included my school team and Billingham and then Yarm RUFC. At my time at these clubs, I really enhanced not only my team skills but also had the opportunity to captain these teams, which taught me how to be a very effective leader. I have also been through the entire scouting system, starting at beavers working up to explorers. Whilst i was there I became a patrol leader at every section, and sometimes organised nightly activities for the troop. This developed my organisation and presentation skills.
Grade 8 (cello) Trinity - Merit
Grade 1 (piano) ABRSM - Distinction.
Duke of Edinburgh award - bronze and silver. Doing my Duke of Edinburgh award provided me with great experiences which developed key skills. which included planning and organisation for expeditions, research skills into various charities and placements to volunteer at and finally communication skills with higher officials to whether our expedition was allowed
Rotary Young leader award This award was achieved when doing my residential part of my duke of edinburgh award. It involved going to a youth hostel with a group of people that you have never met before, and taking part in group activities in which each one was assigned a leader. By the end of the week you should have at least led one group activity.
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