Arizona Virtual One Stop Community Interest Resume

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PETER M NEWTON Assoc AIA CSBA
901 E Van Buren St.
Apt. 2039
PHOENIX, AZ 85006  US
Phone: 602-332-3517
petermichaelnewton@gmail.com

 

Employment History
NRFU Enumerato
6/2010 – 7/2010 US Census Bureau Phoenix, AZ
Trained as a NRFU Enumerator replacement worker.
Election Day Volunteer Coordinator
11/2004 – 11/2004 Move-On.org Tucson, AZ
Company Details: MoveOn is an American non-profit, progressive or liberal, public policy advocacy group and political action committee which has raised millions of dollars for candidates it identifies as “moderates” or “progressives” in the United States. Summary:Election Day get out the vote effort.Description: Coordinated phone volunteers calling targeted voters to get out and vote. Organized the canvassing volunteers, who went knocking on doors to get targeted voters out to vote. Cheered people up at the election night party. Skills: Leadership, tracking leads and customer accounts, and Volunteer Coordination.
Canvasser
9/2004 – 10/2004 America Coming Together Tucson, AZ
Company Details: America Coming Together (ACT) was a liberal, political action, 527 group dedicated to get-out-the-vote activities. ACT did not specifically endorse any political party, but mostly worked on behalf of Democratic candidates. In the weeks before the 2004 elections, ACT funded phone calls to targeted voters and canvassers hand-deliver 11 million pieces of literature at targeted doorsteps. Summary: America Coming Together (ACT) was a political action committee. ACT did not specifically endorse any political party, but mostly worked on behalf of Democratic candidates. Description: Phoned targeted voters. Canvassed targeted voters to conduct at-the-door polling to remind people to get out and vote. Hand-delivered literature to micro-targeted doorsteps. Skills: Canvassing, Data Entry via PDA, and Team Player.
LD 5 Field Organizer
5/2004 – 6/2004 Arizona Democratic Party Pinetop-Lakside, AZ
Company Details: The Democratic Party is committed to keeping our nation safe and expanding opportunity for every American. That commitment is reflected in an agenda that emphasizes the strong economic growth, affordable health care for all Americans, retirement security, open, honest and accountable government, and securing our nation while protecting our civil rights and liberties. Summary: Collecting signatures to get Precinct Committee candidates on the ballot through out East Central Arizona. Description: Traveled to small towns in Southern Apache, Gila, Graham, and Southern Navajo Counties, to encourage Democratic Party activists to collect signatures to become elected Precinct Committeemen. Organized and wrote the By-Laws for the White Mountain Democrats. Mediated a dispute between the Northern Gila County and the Miami-Globe Democratic Clubs. Collected signatures and $5 Clean Election forms for Legislative Candidates through meetings, public events, rallies, and walks in Eager, Globe, Holbrook, Payson, Pinetop-Lakeside, Safford, San Carlos, Show-Low, St. John, Thatcher, Whiteriver, and Winslow, Arizona. Opened the Gila County Democratic Party Headquarters. Skills: Community Relations, Compliance, and Development of Marketing Campaigns.
Southern Arizona Deputy Field Director
6/2003 – 2/2004 Dean for America Tucson, AZ
Company Details: Campaign to nominate Governor Howard Dean for President of the United States. Summary: Campaign to nominate Howard Dean, Governor of Vermont, to be the Democratic Nominee for President. Description: Volunteered for the Southern Arizona Campaign Coordination Committee from June 2003 before being employed by the campaign in December. Coordinated campaign walks, phone banks, and events. Organized bus trips to take supporters to campaign events in Sierra Vista and Phoenix, now a staple of Pima County Democratic Party activities. Coordinated volunteers and campaign staff who were coming to Arizona from out of state to assist our efforts. Organized the “tare Sheet” retrieval program to ensure our voter turn out. Organized fundraisers and spoke at Meetup events. Recruited a record number of Precinct Committeemen in a month and for a campaign cycle. Organized the largest political rally in Pima County to that point. Skills: Development of Marketing Campaigns, Event Organization, and historical and political research.
Graphic Artist
7/1996 – 8/1996 1996 Presidential Debate Commission St. Louis, MO
Company Details: The Presidential Debate Commission selects and coordinates with those sites to produce the Quadrennial Fall Presidential Debates. Each year since 1992, Washington University has been selected as a host site. Summary: Created maps for attendee packets. Description: Drafted graphics of the Washington University Athletic Complex to be reduced for inclusion with attendee packets for the 1996 Presidential Debate to be held on campus. Graphics called out the debate room, press room, toilets, lockers and other spaces used for functions of the debate. The debate did not occur. Skills: Graphic Arts, Event Marketing, Event Organization
Office Assistant
8/1992 – 8/1995 Washington University in St. Louis School of Fine Arts St. Louis, MO
Company Details: Washington University is a world renowned University located in the suburbs of St. Louis. It is home to a critically acclaimed Art Museum and Art School. The Dean was award winning photographer and educator Joe Deal. The School of Fine Arts is now a part of the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts.The College of Art was founded in 1879 as the first professional, university-affiliated art school in the United States, and is the only art school to have fathered a major metropolitan art museum. http://samfoxschool.wustl.edu/ Summary: A College Work Study position monitoring student activity in the Wood Shop, and to provide general renovation and furniture fabrication for the School of Architecture. Description: Filed and maintained confidential information pertaining to donors, alumni, faculty, staff, and students of the school. Directed phone calls and visitors to the school to the most appropriate connection. Prepared mailings for fundraising and recruitment events at the school. Handled payroll for contract and Work Study staff. Delivered inter-department mail across the campus and projects to the copy center. Staffed openings and other public events at the school. Created a system to sort, file, preserve and destroy documents in the school’s archives. Sorted staff and faculty mail. Distributed notices to faculty, staff, and students. Skills: Surveying, programming, design and construction documentation.
Manual Laborer
6/1992 – 8/1992 Southern Temp Chattanooga, TN
Company Details: SouthernTemp was a full human resource and staff company. SmartHire/ SouthernTemp resulted from a merger of two local employment agencies in 2003. The company provides staff, professional placement, internet-based pre-employment testing and a full spectrum of human resources and consulting services. The human resources services include SmartStaff, three ways to bring on staff; SmartPlace, professional placement; SmartTest, more than 700 ways to quantify skills and attitudes; and SmartHR, full service human resources services and consulting. Summary: On call employee to complete: Yard work; industrial/chemical waste clean up; inventory warehouse stock; loading stock onto trucks for distribution. Description: Cut and mowed yards; cleaned debris after storms; removed petroleum soaked gravel from a small industrial spill at a manufacturing site; and loaded inventory on to trucks from a manufacturer’s warehouse to be distributed to stores throughout the southeast United States. Skills: Logistics, Productivity and Hazardous Material clean up.

 

Education History
Completion Date Issuing Institution Degree Received Course of Study
5/1/1996 Washington University in St. Louis Bachelor’s Degree  Architecture
The first part of an Accredited 4+2 Masters of Architecture Degree.
5/1/2011 Phoenix College 1 Year at College or a Technical or Vocational School  Architecture
BIM training boot camp. The class trained students to use AutoDesk Revit.
7/1/2010 GateWay Community College 1 Year at College or a Technical or Vocational School  Personal Awareness and Self-Improvement
Coursework a part of the Self-Assessment Other Assessments Active Research Redesign Career Path as sponsored by the Phoenix Workforce Connection. This class explored soft skills needed to succeed in the workforce.
6/1/2010 Arizona Innovation Institute 1 Year at College or a Technical or Vocational School  Interpersonal and Social Skills
Coursework a part of the Self-Assessment Other Assessments Active Research Redesign Career Path as sponsored by the Phoenix Workforce Connection. This class explored the Opportunity Discovery Process through thought and interactive experiments.
6/1/1992 Chattanooga School for the Arts & Scienc High School Diploma  High School/Secondary Diplomas
Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences is a magnet school focused on teaching through the Paideia Philosophy. The Paideia philosophy is based on active learning, through a comprehensive study that incorporates: didactic instruction; intellectual coaching of skills; and seminar discussion of ideas, concepts, and values.
7/1/1993 University of Tennessee at Chattanooga 2 Years at College or a Technical or Vocational School  History
8/1/1991 Carnegie Mellon University 1 Year at College or a Technical or Vocational School  Architecture and Related Programs, Other
12/1/1996 Washington University in St. Louis 1 Year at College or a Technical or Vocational School  Fine Arts and Art Studies
11/1/2010 Training To You Vocational School Certificate  Business Administration and Management

 

Certifications
Certification Title Issuing Organization Completion Date Expiration Date
OSHA 10 OSHA 12/2008 12/2011 
Award of Recognition GateWay Community College 06/2010  
Revit Architecture Basic & Advanced Phoenix College 04/2010  
Whole Building Design APS Solutions for Business 07/2010  
Innovation Training Arizona Innovation Institute 05/2010  
Architectural Registration Board of Technical Registration 12/2011  
LEED Green Associate GBCI 12/2010  
References
Paul Bakalis, Principal Architect
Proteus West, 1334 East Chandler Blvd Suite 5D17 Phoenix, AZ 85048
480-686-2868, paul@proteuswest.com
Business reference known for 2 year(s).
Herb Hacker, Project Architect
Cawley Architects, 730 N. 52nd St. Suite 203 Phoenix, AZ 85008
602-393-5060, herbh@cawleyarchitects.com
Business reference known for 5 year(s).
Ken Lufkin, Office Manager
KKE Architects, 3333 east camelback rd Suite 190 Phoenix, AZ 85018
602-774-3434, klufkin@kke.com
Business reference known for 4 year(s).
Additional Employer Searchable Items
Desired Occupation  : Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other
Desired Salary  : $16.75 hourly ($35,000 annually) or more
Desired Job Location  : Arizona
Desired Availability  : Days: Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri, Sat
Shifts: Day, Swing, Rotating
Drivers License  : Regular Drivers License
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