Presentation on theme: "1. Introduction Introduction 2. Table of Contents 3. Letter of Application Letter of Application 4. Career Summary Page Career Summary Page 5. Career."— Presentation transcript:
1. Introduction Introduction 2. Table of Contents 3. Letter of Application Letter of Application 4. Career Summary Page Career Summary Page 5. Career Goals Career Goals 6. Education Education 7. Academic Honors/ Activities Academic Honors/ Activities 8. Coursework Coursework 9. Work History Work History 10. Skills Skills 11. Honors & Awards Honors & Awards 12. Educational Enhancements Educational Enhancements 13. References References 14. Artifacts Artifacts 15. Rental Property – Before Rental Property – Before 16. Rental Property – After Rental Property – After 17. Current Project Current Project Electronic Career Portfolio -- Troy Fulcher 2
March 22, 2013 Dear Reviewer: In my career search, I have identified several areas of interest. The area that peaked my interest most was managing rental property. The declining economy and the decline of new construction has made it more difficult to get approved for a home loan. Of course, the government has lowered interest rates to encourage people to buy, however, the market remains stagnant. I feel the market is strong for rental property. My strong background with home repair and remodeling, communication skills and computer skills make me the best person for this position. Additionally, I am in good Academic standing with my school and have taken various courses that have exposed me to extensive work that has required a lot of time and dedication on my part. Also, I am able to multitask very well and balance several projects at one time. To ease your viewing of my resume, I have broken it down over several of the following slides. Thank you for your time and consideration. Sincerely, Troy Fulcher, Electronic Career Portfolio -- Troy Fulcher 3
Property, real estate, and community association managers typically do the following: ◦ Meet with, and show properties to, prospective renters ◦ Discuss the lease and explain the terms of occupancy ◦ Collect monthly fees from tenants ◦ Arrange for new equipment or repairs as needed to keep up the property ◦ Pay or delegate paying of bills, such as mortgage, taxes, insurance, payroll, and cleaning The median annual wage of property, real estate, and community association managers was $51,480 in May 2010. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $26,180, and the top 10 percent earned more than $111,320. A bachelor's or master's degree in business administration, accounting, finance, real estate, or public administration is preferred for these positions. Job opportunities are best for those with a college degree in business administration, real estate, or a related field and for those who get a professional certification. Employment of property, real estate, and community association managers is expected to grow 6 percent from 2010 to 2020. Source: Online: www.bls.gov/ooh/management/property-real- estate-and-community-association-managers.htm Electronic Career Portfolio -- Troy Fulcher 4
To build a long-term career in Rental Property with 40 houses paid for and the option to open my own business. To use my skills in the best possible way for achieving the company’s goals as a rental property owner. Electronic Career Portfolio -- Troy Fulcher 5
Russellville High School 1101 West Ninth Street Russellville, KY 42276 Expected Date of graduation: May 2013 Russellville Area Technology Center 1103 West Ninth Street Russellville, KY 42276 Expected Date of graduation: May 2013 Western KY University (Dual Credit Courses) 1 Big Red Way Bowling Green, KY 42101 Expected Date of graduation: May 2015 Electronic Career Portfolio -- Troy Fulcher 6
Beta club – 4 years FBLA – 1 year Pep club – 3 years President past Jr. and Sr. years LCHS Cross County RHS Panther Football team 1 year Electronic Career Portfolio -- Troy Fulcher 7
AP/ Dual Credit Courses ◦ AP World History ◦ AP English Language Technology Center Courses ◦ Workplace Principles ◦ Computer Applications ◦ Special Topics in business Electronic Career Portfolio -- Troy Fulcher 8
Farmers Hardware Russellville, KY ◦ Customer Service ◦ Help people with their home repair ◦ Finding the right tools for the job Russellville Rentals Russellville, KY ◦ Home repairs ◦ Remodels ◦ Collecting rent Fulcher Glass Company Russellville, KY ◦ Specializing in commercial and residential glass needs ◦ Houses, factories, automobiles, etc. Electronic Career Portfolio -- Troy Fulcher 9
Certified in First Aid Certified in CPR Knowledge of Basic Plumbing Construction Framing Hanging Drywall Roofing Construction Painting Basic Repair and Maintenance Being a landlord I have gained practical experience of basic house repair and maintenance, which are abilities and skills that I will be able to use for a lifetime. Electronic Career Portfolio -- Troy Fulcher10
All Team State RHS Football Beta 1 st Place for making a Rain Recycling Bin 11 Electronic Career Portfolio -- Troy Fulcher During my senior of high school I have had the privilege of participating in the Cooperative Education program through the Office Technology Program at the Area Technology Center. This program allows me to work at the local Farmer’s Hardware store while being paid as well as receive high school credits. The experience is invaluable since I am able to provide customer service for products that I use everyday on my rental properties.
Beth Frogue, Instructor ◦ 1103 West Ninth Street ◦ Russellville, KY 42276 ◦ 270.726.8432 Jeff Harper, Farmer’s Hardware ◦ 217 North Bethel ◦ Russellville, KY 42276 ◦ 270.726.7266 Coach John Myers ◦ 1101 West 9 th Street ◦ Russellville, KY 42276 ◦ 270.726.8421 Electronic Career Portfolio -- Troy Fulcher 12
Rental Property – Before Rental Property – Before Rental Property – After Rental Property – After Current Project Current Project Electronic Career Portfolio -- Troy Fulcher 13
14 I purchased this house in August 2012. As you can see it is not the most superior living conditions. Electronic Career Portfolio -- Troy Fulcher
Electronic Career Portfolio -- Troy Fulcher 16 I am currently taking over the family business – as you can see the building I purchased is in need of major update and remodeling to bring up to current building codes. I am in the process of tearing out the walls and electric and will update with current specs to meet building codes and modern architecture.