Taylor Denlinger

Taylor Denlinger

Lykens, PA, US




Boyer's Market, Lykens, PA, US, Deli clerk II

-Gained valuable customer service skills through taking orders, food preparation, cleaning,
and setting up for store events
-Earned high levels of responsibility, closed store, aided in documenting inventory/ordering,
oversaw exterior sales events
-Developed critical thinking/problem solving skills through interaction with customers and
their concerns
-Graphic abilities were valued, signs and organizational charts were developed to indicate
sales events and allow for information to be easily conveyed
-Outstanding employee acknowledgments: Bronze level certification, Silver level certification,
employee of the week, employee of the month, employee of the sales quarter

Jun 2005 - current


Philadelphia University, Philadelphia, PA, US, BArch, Architecture

Bachelor of Architecture, May 2012
Major: Architecture
Minor: Landscape Planning
Cumulative GPA: 3.309
MEMBER, AIAS Philadelphia University Chapter
MEMBER, Freedom by Design, Philadelphia University Chapter
TEACHER’S ASSISTANT, Technics of Communication
TEACHER’S ASSISTANT, Architectural Design Foundations

Through my studies at Philadelphia University I have gained an understanding of history, structures, and design principles and practices, all while continuously striving to improve upon new technology practices and developing studio projects.

Aug 2007 - May 2012


AIA Center for Architecture Exhibit: Green, Urban, and Local, Other

Senior Design project was chosen to represent studio in the Philadelphia Center for Architecture's Exhibit: Green, Urban, and Local.


Senior Design showcase, Other

Senior capstone studio project was showcased in Philadelphia University's Senior Design showcase.


Dean's List, Award

Philadelphia University Dean's List: Fall 2009. Spring 2010, Spring 2011, Fall 2012, Spring 2012


Studio competition for graphic representation, 1st Place

Inter-studio competition based on ability to develop a design, model it, and represent it on paper. Competition was out of 32 students.


Areas of Specialization