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Pawel Rachfalski

Pawel Rachfalski

Chicago, IL, US

 

About 

I hold an Associates degree in Architectural Technology with highest honors from the College of Lake County and in May of this coming year I will receive a Bachelor's of Science in Architecture with a minor in Economics from the University of Illinois at Chicago; however.

 

At the School of Architecture at the University of Illinois in Chicago in the past three semesters I have had three out of three projects selected for the Year End Show. I also have maintained a proactive leadership and teamwork skills, as I have held multiple leadership positions. As a founding local chapter President of the American Institute of Architectural Students at the College of Lake County and a Vice President of Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society.  

In addition to going to school full time and maintaining a 3.25 GPA I have been work as a Pharmacy Technician and Supervisor at Osco Drug for the last six years. This has added to the knowledge I have obtained from my education, my experience as a supervisor, has given me excellent communication, organizational and time management skills and the ability to maintain a strong customer focus.

 

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Osco Drug, Gurnee, IL, US, Supervisor, Pharmacy Technician

Oversaw employee efforts to complete tasks efficiently in order to provide exceptional customer service. Assisted pharmacist in receiving and dispensing prescription medications and attending to customer needs.

Jul 2005 - current
 

Education 

University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, US, BArch, Architecture

Courses in furthering and advancing my skills from my previous college as well as structural design, graphic design, architectural analysis, hand drafting, architectural design, economics and real estate.

Aug 2008 - current
 

Collage of Lake County, Grayslake, IL, US, Architectural Technology

Architectural history, design, 3DRendering, architectural case studies, construction methods and materials, model making, free hand drawing, economics and work place psychology.

Aug 2005 - May 2008
 


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