Resume and Skills


Emily René Smith
6051 Northcliff Ct. Dublin Ohio, 43016
(614) 980.4818

Seeking an internship utilizing programming and design skills gained from projects and software knowledge, available starting May 2020

The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
B.S. Computer Science Engineering, Expected Graduation: May, 2021

Computer and Technical:
3 years of experience with Java
Solid understanding of Solidworks, Matlab, and Photoshop
Extensive use of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
1 year in Maya version 2018
Coursework Includes:
Computer Science: Software Development, Object Oriented Programming
Mathematics: Differential Calculus series, Physics, Statistics
Design: 2D Design, Story Composition, 3D Animation

Wonders of Our World, Columbus, OH
Volunteer ( August 2017-December 2018)
Managing a science based activity for 3-5 elementary students
Participation in monthly training for science based units
Volunteering 2 hours per week while maintaining full course load

The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Teacher’s assistant (January 2019- April 2019)
Graded 5 projects, providing comments for 30 students
Graded 12 homeworks, provided comments for 30 students
Helped students in 27 lab lessons, providing advice and checking for correctness

Member of ACM-W, a computing society for women ( January 2018-Present)
Member of STEM EE Scholars ( August 2017- Present)
Achieved Dean’s List (>3.5 GPA) 3 semesters

2d Tron game with gui (Java)
Hue changing clock ( Processing)
JavaScript Traffic Flow (Currently Working on)


Below is a PDF of my resume, as formatting was loss in this post.

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I have gained a lot of what is normally called soft skills being in STEM EE scholars. These skills were developed by engaging in the H&S G.O.A.L.S.

For Global Awareness, I have learned how to communicate effectively with people of all backgrounds.

For Original Inquiry, I have learned that in order to get everything out of my college experience I have to work independently. I decided to do independent research on traffic flow, which isn’t a field studied in computer science much, this has allowed me to connect my interests in new ways. speaking of which I have taken a few classes at ACCAD the advanced computing and design research facility on campus. This has been a great way to get closer to research that interests me and make connections with professors.

For Academic Enrichment, I decided to challenge myself with looking towards my career path. I recently took my second writing class required as GE and I learned so much. I now can research and analyse complex topics that before seemed cryptic. I also feel less intimidated by researchers and now can understand that they are just curious people like me.

For Leadership Development, for spring 2019 semester I was a TA for a computer science class, that I had taken the previous semester. Through this job I learned that I don’t have all the answers but I can help lead people to the correct sources. Also as a Ta I quickly learned that I can see a students strengths and weaknesses. This skill will be useful in any other leadership position as I will be able to divide tasks based on people’s strengths.

Finally, For Service Engagement. I learned that giving back to the community is the best way to support the future. I was in WOW, a club that goes to elementary schools and does science lessons. I personally got to show students why science is so amazing. I also learned how to interact with kids in a more professional setting.

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