1. Brittany Norton
3312 S Delaware Ave. (573) 660-1742
Springfield, MO 65804 Norton290@live.missouristate.edu
Bachelor of Arts in History Graduation Date: May 2012
Minor in Communication GPA: 3.84/4.0
Missouri State University (MSU) Springfield, MO
Achieved Dean’s List for 6 semesters, Fall 2008 to Spring 2011, by maintaining a GPA higher than 3.0.
Missouri State University Career Center; Springfield, MO August 2010-present
Mentor current students and alumni in improving resumes, cover letters, and reference pages.
Communicate with traditional, nontraditional, and international students to further their educational and
Edit resumes for formatting, grammatical errors, and accuracy in 15 minutes.
Attend group meetings with fellow advisors to increase efficiency and improve services offered.
Create material for office boards to increase awareness and publicity for Career Center sponsored and
ipourlife-Citizenship and Service Learning; MSU September 2011-present
Research information about the cultures and locations of organization’s mission work in foreign countries.
Presented research on El Salvador to a group of high school students and parents to prepare them for an
outreach trip at El Salvadoran refugee camps.
Gather and organization research into a written report for organization’s CEO for her to utilize in planning
and implementing programs.
Distinction in Public Affairs; MSU October 2011-present
Cooperate in team of 5 students and 2 faculty members to further explore the university’s Public Affairs
Program, while correlating it to a community issue.
Work with team to increase awareness of Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) on Missouri State Campus
through multiple mediums.
Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity; MSU Spring 2009-present
Historian Spring 2011-present
Organize and present National and Chapter history to past, current and future Brothers in multiple formats.
Planned annual formal event for 80 Brothers, Alumni and guests including coordinating with venue,
caterer, and vendors.
Serve as an executive board member responsible for critical decisions about Chapter business and handling
members’ personal information in a discreet manner.
Increase Chapter moral and increase public awareness of organization through use of Chapter mascot and
social media including Twitter and Facebook.
Aid prospective and newly inducted members through rush process.
Service Committee Chair Spring 2010
Scheduled and led monthly service committee meetings.
Coordinated with community organizations, committee heads and members to organize 6 events.
Presented committee report to chapter of 54 members at weekly meetings.
Raised $210.26 for campus chapter of Habitat for Humanity through committee planned service event
Sleep out for the Homeless.
Submitted Form 110s, Event Evaluations, and memos for entire chapter.