Charles M. Clark Jr.

315 E Main Street
Weyauwega, WI 54983
(920) 379-9653 Cellular
Objective: Obtain a long-term position with an agency that assists people in making life adjustments and/or changes. Obtain a long-term position providing computer or Internet support.
Education: University of Wisconsin Center- Marinette County
Associates of Arts and Sciences May 1993
  University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Bachelors of Science May 2001
Major: Psychology
Skills: Public speaking
Formal/informal presentation of prepared topics
Layout/design/development of presentation packages
Experience with individual/group counseling and mentoring
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Strong leadership and organizational skills
Good group leading and motivational skills
Ability to work in team environment
Ability to work with little or no assistance or supervision
Critical Incident Stress Management
Acquaintance Rape Prevention Education
Peer Educator recruiting, training and motivation
Experience with Windows, Macintosh, and Linux operating systems
Experience with common software used on Windows, Macintosh and Linux systems
Ability to develop and maintain web sites with publishing software or raw HTML code
Published writer in academic, technical and creative genre
Work Experience: Todd Steven and Associates April 2004 to present.
Team Leader, Community Aide, Job Coach
Oversee coordination and exchange of information between team members, managers, and other providers.
Provide community access and safety to individuals with disabilities.
Provide access to social and recreational activities to individuals with disabilities.
Assist individuals with daily living skills.
Assist individuals in developing social skills and etiquette.
Assist individuals in exploring and developing new possibilities.
Assist individuals in developing work skills and maintaining employment.
Disabilities served include but not limited to cognitive, developmental, MS, stroke, and traumatic injury.
  University of Wisconsin Oshkosh January 2000 to July 2003.
Reason for leaving: State Budget.- Position cut
Department of Psychology Web Master and Server Administrator
Develop and maintain web pages and course content web resources
Bring existing web pages into compliance with W3C accessibility guidelines
Maintain, monitor and update web server and associated software and peripherals
Assist faculty, staff and students with hardware, software and program questions
Train student assistant web master to manage and maintain web server and web site
Manage departmental web resources and faculty course material
  University of Wisconsin Oshkosh August 1997 to January 2002.
Reason for leaving: Student position: graduated.
Department of Residence Life Purchasing Assistant
Maintain budget database for multiple department accounts
Maintain department invoicing system
Research and analyze vendors for residence hall furniture and supplies
Train other student assistants to work with state purchasing systems and procedures
  University of Wisconsin Oshkosh August 1996 to August 1997.
Reason for leaving: Better serve department in above position.
Department of Residence Life Peer Resource Organization Coordinator
Develop and update peer education programs for resident hall students
Recruit, train, motivate, and coordinate volunteer peer educators
Market educational programs to hall staff and academic departments
Design, plan and implement alcohol free programs and activities for students
Design, administer and evaluate behavioral assessments
  State of Wisconsin Department of Forestry February 1995 to July 1995.
Reason for leaving: Seasonal position.
Bagley Ranger Station Fire tower operator/Ranger's assistant
Maintain and operate Bagley fire tower
Provide vigilant observation of Nicolet National Forest and surrounding area
Provide early detection of smoke/fire, pinpoint location coordinates, and dispatch emergency response team
Direct response team through most direct route by radio and keep rangers informed of smoke/fire changes
  Boucher's Bakery Marinette, Wisconsin September 1993 to January 1995
Reason for leaving: Moved to Oshkosh to continue education.
Route delivery driver
Route customer service
Baker's assistant
  City of Peshtigo Peshtigo, Wisconsin May 1988 to February 1991.
Reason for leaving: Moved out of Peshtigo to return to school.
Volunteer Firefighter
Maintain and operate all vehicles and equipment used by department
Operate as team member to confine and extinguish structural and vehicle fires
Operate as team member to search and rescue inside structure fires
Operate as a team member to confine and extinguish grassland and forest fires
Assist rural fire departments with barn, structure and wild fires
Controlled burns and other fire prevention measures
  ERDA Inc. Peshtigo, Wisconsin March 1988 to August 1992.
Reason for leaving: Conflict with college course schedule.
Production Team Leader
Supervise and coordinate 3-5 assemblers on production projects
Build production prototypes for Research and Development
Production liaison to Engineering Department
  Bob's Mobile Homes Peshtigo, Wisconsin May 1986 to March 1988
Reason for leaving: Offered more rewarding job.
Subcontractor for mobile home service and repair
Provide warranty and non-warranty service to customers
Delivery and set up of new and used mobile homes

United States Army Infantry June 1976 to March 1986
Reason for leaving: Family/marriage problems.
Advanced Infantry Training Instructor
Provide formal training to 150-250 soldiers per day
Acting Battalion Logistics NCO
Oversee logistics and supply operations of five mechanized infantry companies and one combat support company
Unit Supply Sergeant and Armorer
Maintain supplies and logistics operations for a mechanized infantry company
Supervise maintenance and security of all unit and personal weapons and munitions
Squad Leader
Supervise, train coordinate and lead 11-15 soldiers
Fire Team Leader
Supervise, train coordinate and lead four to six soldiers
Aide to General's Staff
Personal aide, driver and radio operator to general's staff officer
Classified Documents Custodian
Maintain security of, provide armed transport for and provide absolute destruction of classified materials

Volunteer Experiences:

Hawaii State Hospital “Candy Stripe”
USO Recreation Center Guide, West Germany
Senior Citizen Meal Site, Marinette, WI
Student Senate, UWC-Marinette
School Newspaper Editor-in-Chief, UWC- Marinette
PRO Presenter (Peer Resource Organization), UW Oshkosh
CARE Presenter (Campus Acquaintance Rape Education), UW Oshkosh
CISM Team Member (Critical Incident Stress Management), UW Oshkosh
Webmaster, International Social Organization (Sober Bikers United)
Board of Directors, Sober Bikers United

Honors/Awards: US Army:
Expert Infantryman's Badge
Outstanding Achievement Medal
Meritorious Service Medal
Good Conduct Medal 3rd Award
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Inductee
Dean's Honor Roll
Chancellor's Honor Roll
Day-by-Day Award for motivating young people in their recovery
Special Achievements: Undergraduate research published by Midwestern Psychological Association.
Psychological research pertaining to social interaction
Technical Paper published by American Psychological Association, Division 50 Newsletter.
Technical paper discussing the problems and misconceptions associated with considering Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous to be treatment modalities.
Plan, organize, coordinate and oversee first World Convention of Sober Bikers.
The convention for clean & sober bikers held near Washington DC was first ever of it's kind.
Featured profile in Washington Post Newspaper
Feature story in Frederick Post (API)
Founding Member, Director, Co-President of International Association of Clean and Sober Motorcyclists (Sober Bikers United).
Several works published in Fine Arts journals.
Hobbies and Interests:

Creative writing
Civil Defense Emergency Communications
HAM Radio
Radio - Internet interfacing
Radio - telephone interfacing
Jewelry making
Furniture building
Wood burning
Internet authoring
Home computing
Computer assembly and repair
Computer programming

References: Provided upon request

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