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Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by lights11964, May 13, 2006.

  1. lights11964

    lights11964 Member

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    Hey guys,

    I just made myself an online portfolio. Would please go check it out for me and tell me what you think. I would love your suggustions and comments. Thanks.

    www.dickmanportfolio.com

    Daniel
     
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    Peter Well-Known Member

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    Looks cool.

    I am no expert on these things, but the talking "Daniel did such and such..." threw me for a loop. I think saying "I" and "my" is perfectly fine and will make it much more natural. (I think this is where we throw the English class "never use personal pronouns" out the window...)
     
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    yeah i really didnt know how to phrase it all. im still revising some things. Im going to use it as a suplement to my actual portfolio when im interviewing at colleges.
     
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    Daniel:

    Some very nice work indeed. You might benefit from a recent article on portfolios in Dramatics magazine. The link is:

    http://www.edta.org/pdf_archive/building_portfolio95200672835.pdf

    Best wishes and if you would like some assistance, I work with two theatre faculty members at Carnegie Mellon.

    Best wishes,

    dwt1
     
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    You might want to revise your resume'.... orginize the job portion by the job and not by time.... also you do not need an objective.... and under special skills be more specific... i.e. saw and lumber construction... what board software you know, what version of vectorworks, do you know how to use word, excel,... all that type of thing
     
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    Thank you all for you suggustions, I really appreciate it. If you have any more, by all means, keep them coming. Dana thank you so much for that article, it is extremely helpfull! Thanks alot, if I have any more specific questions, I will be in touch.

    Thanks!!!!!!!!!
     
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    You're welcome. That's what we're here for...

    Dana
     

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