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Nathaniel P Schwartz Resume (1)

Published on: Mar 3, 2016

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  • 1. NATHANIEL PHILIP SCHWARTZ 110 Hadley Place, Melville, NY 11747 | 631-560-6505 | EDUCATION Binghamton University, State University of New York- Harpur College of Arts and Sciences Graduation - May 2016 GPA: 3.69/4.00 (Dean’s List: Fall 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015; Spring 2015) Candidate: B.S. in Economics, Financial Economics (Major GPA:3.70/4.00) Candidate: B.A. in Geography, Urban & Regional Planning (Major GPA: 3.72/4.00) EXPERIENCE New YorkCity DepartmentofCityPlanning(NewYork,NY) June 2015-August 2015 Summer Intern-Transportation Division  Administered Jerome Avenue Public Parking Survey, conducted dozens of field and phone surveys utilized Microsoft access to create data entry forms, conducted data entry/analysis using both Microsoft Excel and Access  Contributed to Atlantic Avenue Corridor study, using data obtained from fieldwork and research to add original content, edited and proofread existing content, used Adobe InDesign to visually enhance report, created maps using ArcMapGIS  Compiled data and statistics on demographics and land development patterns via internet research for the Regional Transportation Plan Update Team and wrote original content to be used in the federally mandated document  Supported North Brooklyn Industrial study by surveying and documenting hundreds of building’s current land uses and occupancy THEAGENCY:BroomeCountyIDA/LDC(Binghamton,NY) January 2015-Present Communications and Business Development Intern  Contributed articles to quarterly E-Publication, using market research, site visits and interviews to write original material  Developed a business expansion and retention program/ business survey and created database of Agency-owned properties using Microsoft Excel  Updated PowerPoint presentation about the Agency’s history and services  Researched policies and marketing strategies of other IDA’s to improve and restructure the Agency’s own SunriseDayCamp forChildren with Cancer (WheatleyHeights,NY) May 2014- August 2014 Assistant Unit Supervisor  Trained, supervised, and performed written and oral evaluations on a team of 12 camp counselors at the nation’s only day camp for children with cancer, created and implemented team building exercises to effectively build unity among this staff  Developed , organized and supervised day camp programs for 90 teenagers with cancer and their siblings while catering to the unique psychological and physical needs of sick children; involved in year -round programming and events LEADERSHIP Studentsin Urban Planning (Binghamton University) September 2014- Present President and Founder  Presides over and delegates tasks to five- member executive board; responsible for group with general body of over 100 students  Helps to organize events including tours, general body meetings, guest speakers/panels, and networking events  Assisted in writing group constitution, appealed to committee to obtain official group charter AutismSpeaksU:Binghamton (Binghamton University) Student Association Treasurer November 2014- January 2016  Created, orally advocated for and successfully obtained the largest budget in the chapter’s history, with a 60% increase over the previous year’s budget  Establishes and maintains chapter’s bank account, keeping record of all expenses, deposits and other cash flow  Prepares annual budgets, processes reimbursements and deposits raised funds with national office; responsible for fundraised cash Recruitment Chair December 2012- January 2013  Engaged students who express interest in joining, informed students of upcoming meeting and events through social media  Organized and arranged recruitment events including a bonfire attended by 40 new members- the event became a tradition since UniversityCounselingCenter(BinghamtonUniversity) August 2014-May 2015 Mental Health Outreach -Peer Educator  Delivered oral presentations to classes and organizations to educate them on mental health and stress management  Developed and implemented program to educate Greek Life members on dangers of binge drinking and effects on mental health  Interviewed candidates for the next class of interns and aided in the final selection process  Represented BU’s undergraduate population of 12,000 students on the Healthy Campus Committee; offered a student’s perspective on campus wide nutritional, drug/alcohol, and academic policies SKILLS / ABILITIES  Technical proficiency: Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access,ArcMapGIS, IBM SPSS,Adobe In-Design, “R”

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