Nathan Newton Resume
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Nathan Newton Resume
Nathan S. Newton
5102 Lethaby Drive • Corpus Christi, Texas 78413 • (361) 563-7977 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Objective: I am an Aerospace Engineering major expected to graduate in December 2015. I am currently looking for a
full-time position for January of 2016.
Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
Bachelors of Science in Aerospace Engineering, Exp. Grad: December 2015 Cumulative GPR: 3.795
Minor in Mathematics
Relevant Coursework: Aerospace Vehicle Design, Mechanics Statics and Dynamics, Thermodynamics & Propulsion,
Differential Equations, Principles of Electrical Engineering, High Speed Aerodynamics
Relevant Skills: MS Office, Patran, Nastran, Catia, Solid Works, AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, C++, Matlab
Relevant Projects: Senior Capstone Design Project, Texas A&M University
Team Collaboration to prepare a preliminary, comprehensive aircraft design including weight and balance, structural,
materials, stability and control, aerodynamics, cost, manufacturing, lifecycle use & timeline considerations
Internships and Work Experience
Triumph Aerostructures – Vought Aircraft Division: (Summer 2015)
Work experience gained in aircraft stress and loads analysis while on a team specifically working on ribs & slats.
Gained software knowledge of Catia, Patran & Nastran, and expanded knowledge in MS Office, particularly Excel
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile: (Summer 2014)
Mechanical engineering research and development work under the direction of Dr. Luciano Chiang.
Aimed to improve predictive maintenance of engines in local mining trucks through condition monitoring.
Experience in fluid mechanics, data acquisition, instrumentation, and experimental data processing.
BAE Systems: (Summer 2013)
Valuable knowledge and experience in Six Sigma and LEAN Manufacturing while working with managers,
contractors, and fellow employees at NAS Corpus Christi, Pensacola, and Whiting Field.
Efforts were to help streamline their T-6, T-34, and T-44 maintenance process.
Projected annual savings as a result of my teams efforts were set at $2.1 million USD
Bell Helicopter: (Winter 2014)
Practical experience in critical design while working with a team on custom kits for their 525 Relentless, as part
of Bell’s Engineering Boot Camp.
Work was conducted under the guidance of managers and engineers, results presented to the CEO and ELT.
Sigma Gamma Tau Aerospace Honor Society
The top 25% of each aerospace class are inducted to give back and benefit all Texas A&M Aerospace Engineering students and
faculty in the form of conducting exam reviews, tutoring sessions, outreach opportunities, and professor assistance.
Texas A&M Corps of Cadets
I am directly in charge of the training and success of a few cadets. As a unit scholastics officer, I organize tutoring and conduct
professional development workshops to promote academic success for about 80 of my peers.
American Helicopter Society
I am a co-founder and officer of the Texas A&M University Chapter of this professional society that promotes the
advancement of rotorcraft and unmanned systems technologies; our chapter has grown to about 35 students.
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
I am actively involved in the Aggie chapter of the world's largest technical society dedicated to the global aerospace profession.
Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band
I am a role model and a leader that helps maintain marching precision of this nationally famous military style marching band.
Parson’s Mounted Cavalry
I dedicate a large portion of my time to care for over forty horses and maintain the local ranch. All cadets are responsible for
feeding, most veterinary work and the general well-being of all animals.
Awards and Accomplishments
LTG Hollingsworth Leadership Excellence Program’s Academic Certificate in Leadership Studies
Level III Certified Horsemanship Association Certification
Direct, Indirect, and Executive Leader during four years in the Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M University
Co-founder and officer of TAMU Chapter of American Helicopter Society
Texas A&M University Honors
Distinguished Student in the Dwight Look College of Engineering, Dean’s List
Corps of Cadets Distinguished Student/Commandant’s Honor Roll