Topic ID #20843 - posted 6/20/2012 11:56 AM

Jennifer Boehringer Resume - Available Immediately


Jennifer Boehringer

8004 Afterglow Dr., Louisville, KY 40214

Cell: 502-424-7033 :


Professional Overview

My education is in archaeology and art history.  I have experience with excavation, research and written analysis.  I also have strong communication skills and work well in both independent and team environments.  I am excited to start my career by gaining professional experience in the academic world.


Core Qualifications

· Research skills

· Attention to detail

· Independent and group work

· Multi-tasking

· Written and verbal communications

· Problem solving



University of Limerick, 2012

Limerick, Ireland

Art History

Masters in the History of Art and Architecture

While at Limerick, I studied both library and internet research skills while being introduced to museum studies.  My classes focused mostly on the different art periods and how they reflected and influenced society. 

Masters dissertation:

Title: The Face of an Angel: Origins of Angelic Iconography and its Development Through the Middle Ages

Advisor: Dr. Catherine Lawless


University of Louisville, 2004

Louisville, Kentucky


Bachelors of Arts

My classes at Louisville were both anthropological and archaeological with my degree focusing more on the archaeological aspect.  I was quite active in the department, acting as a work-study and intern.

· Officer for the Anthropological Students Association (ASA)

· Interned at Farnsley-Moremen Landing, Louisville, KY. working with the Building Blocks Children Program

· Co-presented a paper at the CSAS conference in 2003

· Participated in a summer archaeological field school program in Portugal

· Received the Award of Merit for the Anthropology Department

· Received the Travel Scholarship for summer education



National Processing Company – NPC – Louisville, KY.

May 2007 – August 2010

Download Team Member

Built credit card terminal programs for vendors nationwide.  Used a double screen computer and many programs at once.  Great attention to detail was mandatory to keep up with changing credit card laws and to ensure all terminal programs ran correctly.


AMEC Earth and Environmental – Louisville, KY.

September 2005 – April 2007

Archaeological Field and Lab Tech

Participated in archaeological surveys and excavations in Kentucky and various other states.  Digging, screening, cleaning and cataloging artifacts were among my duties.  In the lab I analyzed artifacts and wet screened for beads, seeds and other small objects.  While with AMEC, I participated in excavations that yielded important information about prehistoric Native American cultures and their lives in this area.  

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