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Complete this organizer to gather information you need for your Resumè.

Name Tristhy Anne Legaspi Igtiben first middle initial last

Address 153 Legaspi- Sanez St. Medicion 2 - A number street

Imus Cavite 4103 city state zip

Telephone (046) 489 - 8834

EDUCATION
A. Job or Career Plans
Examples: become a secretary, electrician, carpenter, computer programmer, store manager, teacher, nurse, auto mechanic
1. Short-range plans:
Event DJ
2. Long-range plans:
Build my own music company

B. Education Plans
Examples: complete high school, two-year college, four-year college, career-technical program, job training program, military training
1. Education goal:

Four year college degree
2. Specific description of education plans:
Four year college degree
C. Schools Attended
List of all schools, starting with most recent and ending with junior high or intermediate schools.
Dates attended School City/State
2004 - 2012 Jesus Good Shepherd School Imus Cavite

D. Course of Study
Program of study in high school (Examples: career-technical program in health careers, business major, home economics)
Elective course, home economics, art class

WORK EXPERIENCE
A. Paid Work Experience
1. Job Event DJ
Type: Full-time Part-time: Summer : ✔
Employer Fiamma, Jupiter Village Makati
Description/responsibilities
Dates employed to
Skills and knowledge gained through this job Mixing songs, entertaining people with the use of music.
2. Job
Type: Full-time Part-time Summer
Employer
Description/responsibilities
Dates employed to
Skills and…...

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