Garreth Taylor
June 10, 2019
Mohamad Alkhaled
June 11, 2019
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Alana Romano

Location: QLD Northen Inland

Experience: No previous building work

Apprenticeship Preference: Carpentry

    A little bit about me...

    I am a bright, enthusiastic person seeking to contribute my knowledge and skills in a positive way at your company that offers challenges and the opportunity to learn. I believe I can be a valuable member of your team. I am driven and show resilience to achieve both individually and as a team.  I have excellent communication and organizational skills.  My key strengths include reliability, determination, and willingness to learn with a responsible approach to tasks undertaken. I am seeking a challenging and rewarding position, along with the opportunity to work with like-minded, passionate and motivated professionals. Because I take pride in everything I do, I have excelled in all roles I have undertaken to date.  Hence, if given the opportunity, I will strive to become the best apprentice at your company. I have had a very strong connection to leadership and team member roles, as a sports enthusiast the involvement I have had in various sporting groups has been the foundation for my proactive and can-do attitude. I could give many examples how I have demonstrated my leadership or team member skills through my endless years of community and school sporting activities and achievements. The one moment though which is a stand out in my mind is becoming the Sports Captain for Year 12 for Gilroy Santa Maria College. I grew up in a relatively small rural community, so as you can guess community involvement and participation is something we learn and grow up with from a very young age. Community involvement is essentially the backbone of smaller towns to ensure the local clubs, groups and fundraisers continue within the community. The participation from countless people ensure that the good work they do goes on giving for everyone to benefit from.   My community involvement began with helping as a leader in Year 6 at the local church group every Friday afternoon to assist in organising activities for Ingham district kids, offering my time with the police at their Blue Light activities, organising school socials and functions, assisting with local government candidates with their voting cards where it grew and once I was older I was involved in the local touch football club where I became a level 1 umpire to assist with referring local junior games and then helping out at touch carnivals as an umpire and also offering my umpiring services to the local netball fixtures and school carnivals.   My volunteer work with different organisations taught me many valuable life lessons and skills I consciously apply in my everyday life and while communicating with the people around me.