Marissa Olsen

Marissa Olsen

Dwight, IL, US




Dwight Dairy Queen, Dwight, IL, US, Crew Member

Cashiering, food preparation, training other crew member in food preparation, cleaning

Jul 2008 - current

Several Families, Dwight, IL, US, Babysitter/Nanny

Child care, cooking, cleaning

Employers Include
Bossert Family
Corrigan/Schu Family
Carr Family
McCullough Family
Ohlendorf Family
Pulver Family

Sep 2003 - current

Judson University Department of Admissions, Elgin, IL, US, Student Ambassador

Work with the Admissions Councilor and other Admissions Staff to help promote Judson University to potential student including: hosting Students that wish to experience a night in college dorm, Individual and Group Campus tours, Lunch Meetings with the student and their families, working campus wide preview days, preparing individual student visit day schedules, filing records of inquiries, and other standard office jobs

Sep 2009 - May 2013

Engineering Consultants Inc., Joliet, IL, US, Summer Internship as a CAD Draftsman

Working with MEP Engineers and architects, revising AutoCAD Building Documents based on Hand drawing, and site visits

Jun 2007 - Aug 2007


Judson University, Elgin, IL, US, Bachelors, Architecture

The Judson architecture program represents the Church at work in higher education and aspires to be a global leader in architectural education and Christian service. Founded in 1997, and accredited in 2004, the program is widely acknowledged for its innovative approach to architectural education including a one year preceptorship (internship) and its context of an evangelical Christian institution. Environmental stewardship is a design philosophy which guides the program and its approach to architecture education.

The program consists of a 136-hour bachelor of arts degree in architecture (B.A.A.S.). We refer to the professional program as a “hybrid 4+2″ in that it is similar to a conventional state-school 4+2 format, but contains an expanded traditional undergraduate degree (including periodic summer sessions), includes a year of preceptorship as the first year of the M.Arch. experience, and concludes with a three term calendar year (summer, fall, spring) for graduate coursework. Students earn a competitive 178 university credits, but this program shapes the boundaries differently to maximize learning potential and leverage the power of the experience of both academic-learning and practice-learning.

Jan 2013 - current

Areas of Specialization