JOHNATHAN L. JOHNSON

 

johnsontn@hotmail.com

 

OBJECTIVE:

To obtain a full-time position in a materials engineering, research, or manufacturing environment where technical, communication, and teamwork skills can be utilized and enhanced.

 

AVAILABLE:

May 2005

 

EDUCATION:

BS in Material Engineering, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, May 2005.

BS in Applied Mathematics, Kentucky State University, Frankfort, Kentucky, December 2004.

GPA: Major 3.23, Cumulative 3.0

Currently enrolled in MSE 404G Polymeric Materials, MSE 436 Material Failure Analysis, MSE 531 Powder Metallurgy, and MSE 585 Materials Characterization Techniques.

Honors Graduate from Jackson Central-Merry High School, Jackson, TN GPA: 3.4, 55 of 305

 

WORK EXPERIENCE:

United States Air Force Research Laboratory (Summer 2004)

Wright Patterson Air Force Base (Dayton, Ohio)

Position: Engineering Technician (GS-04)

Obtained microstructural datasets of an Iron-Copper alloy using newly designed Robo-Met.3D.

Supervisor: Dr. Jonathan Spowart

 

Procter and Gamble Manufacturing Company (Summer 2002)

Position: Engineering Intern

Developed staffing plan to save company over $500,000 annually.

Calculated and analyzed loss data for entire north production floor.

Supervisor: Frank Fierro

 

Procter and Gamble Manufacturing Company (Summer 2001)

Position: Engineering Intern

Designed and initiated plan to audit 221 pieces of equipment throughout entire packing floor.

Supervised a group of 6 employees in carrying out audits of all pieces of equipment.

Supervisor: John Lambert

 

ACTIVITIES:

NSBE Vice President (2004 2005)

Inroads, Inc. Member (1997-2002)

Student Athletic Committee Delegate, SGA (2001)

Captain of Mens Varsity Basketball Team (2000-2001)

Big Brother Program Mentor (1999-2001)

 

COMPUTER SKILLS:

Software Oracle, Microsoft Excel, Powerpoint, Office, Clemex, LabView, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Image Ready. C++ Programming Language.

 

HONORS AND AWARDS:

William C. Parker Scholarship, sponsored by Office of Minority Affairs (2002-2005)

Computer Science, Engineering, and Mathematics (CSEM) Scholarship sponsored by the National Science Foundation (2003-2005)

Presidential Scholarship (1997-2001)