Frank Baldi
72 Dimond Avenue |Cortlandt Manor, NY 10567 | 914-523-5158 |

The Ohio State University, Fisher College of Business Columbus, Ohio
B.S Finance, Minor in Engineering Sciences Expected Graduation: May 2023
Overall GPA: 3.00/4.00

WORK EXPERIENCE:_________________________________________________________________________________
Marty’s Suit Shop- Sales Assistant and fittings 2016 – 2017
• Carried out and finalized monetary transactions.
• Organized store supplies and maintained store cleanliness
• Assisted in customer fittings
Little Cabin Sandwich Shop – Food Prep Assistant 2017-2018
• Carried out and finalized monetary transactions.
• Chefs personal food assistant.
• Food runner
Yorktown Golf and Baseball Center – Assisted managerial duties 2018-2019
• Collected golf balls from range for cleaning and re-use.
• Maintained golf range
• Maintained batting cages
• Customer assistance
• Fixed machine faults and equipment problems

Zeta Beta Tau, member
• A member of a Greek fraternity that consists of a various group of guys from different origins and cultural backgrounds that support personal interests.
STEM Outreach, member
• Create and deliver hands-on STEM experiences to children.
STEM Scholars Explore Engineering program, member
• Gained knowledge of various STEM careers
• Helped provide an understanding of the STEM field within the community
• Obtained leadership skills while supporting and helping the academic careers of my peers

QUALIFICATIONS: ________________________________________________________________________________________________
Computer: Solidworks, MATLAB, Arduino, Microsoft Office
Technical: Lab reports
Coursework: Science and Mathematics

Year 1 Review

My first year of college zoomed by, literally. There were frequently many obstacles I was forced to persevere through, transitioning to college life being one of the biggest. At first it was exciting and euphoric, then it was stressful, however, towards the end of the first semester into the beginning of the second I started to gain my footing and get into the groove of things. Unfortunately, just as I was starting to get into a rhythm, the next time I went back to school was to move all my belongings into a storage unit. Little did I know how quickly this year would fly by. This year is definitely something I will reflect back upon and learn from as well. With that being said, I am very excited for next year now that I’ve got a grasp of what college is like. Furthermore, I made many friends this year coming from all over the globe. Transitioning to remote learning was as hard as transitioning to college. It was a lot harder to learn information and communicating was all the more difficult and prolonged.  However, just like all the other obstacles I am forced to persevere through I will do the same with this. I have two more finals coming up and my freshman year will finally be concluded. Ultimately this year was a year of growth and learning, therefore despite the struggles I experienced, it was worth it in the end.