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Maureen P

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Last Login 7/10/2016
Location Billings, MT
Education Bachelors Degree
Status Inactive
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Summary of Experience
Curiosity for other cultures, and a truth-seeking determination, has equipped Ms. Palmersheim's multi-varied qualifications as a well-traveled individual, who has ventured to Ireland and Spain, among other countries. She is an expert in travel writing with nine-months experience, as a freelance blog writer for an International Jewelry Company, based in Dublin, Ireland. Her unique content and media blogging increased the company's profits and left an alarming impression.

As an equally gifted academic writer, her education in English Literature and Creative writing, has accentuated her adept research skills, and by her professor's standards she was deemed 'genius' at creative interpretations, in articulating abstract ideas, and her ability to make connections between disparate things. On honing research and academic essays, she is perilously.
Research-based articles, critiques and analysis of literary or artistic creations; book reviewing, editing, journalism, travel writing.

Especially practiced in topics of Mythology, History, and Literature.
Discovering new music, reading, running.
University of College Cork, Ireland Memoir Writing, Pagan and Christianity, Modern Irish Literature, Art History, English

Ms. Palmersheim's last semester has was spent in University College Cork, Ireland, where she took courses discussing works by John McGahern, Oscar Wilde, and Molly Keane, to name a few, while studying Irish culture, history, and literary perspective.

The University of Montana Creative Writing, Literature, Political Science, German, Irish, French, Microeconomics, and Environmental Science., English

Ms. Palmersheim's developed well-practiced writing and communication skills, used in a combination of creative and professional styles.
She partook in and adapted to the multi-varied study of humanity courses, including; Pre-Norman Irish history, American American history,Political theory from Socrates to Kant, Victorian literature, Eco-criticism, Ulysses James Joyce study and experimental writing.

Honors and Awards
Published Blog Essayist Palmersheim's subtle and humorous review on Kelly Barth's memoir My Almost Certainly Real Imaginary Jesus was featured on the Montana Public Radio blog in the competition for commentary blog winner.

Association Memberships
American Association of University Women Association promotes women's education and support at University.

CELT (Certified English Language Teacher) Irish Department of Education
Ms. Palmersheim became certified as English Language Teacher (ELT), effective October 2014, at the Bridge Mills Language Center, Galway, Ireland. The course required 6 hours or accessed teaching practice
She adapted at-home lesson plans, incorporating text books and individualized, authentic, activities for overseas students.
She also provided the Bridge Mills Language Center with inventory students’ progress by transcribing student's dialog, and performing listening, reading and speaking tests.

Projects by Industry
Consumer Goods

While blog writing and media/ content developing for the online website Irish Celtic Jewels, Palmersheim's content proved reliable, researched, interesting and descriptive. She used images and social media to increase the client base, draw web searchers to the jewelry site, and increase customer sales.

Projects by SEO Skill
Title/Meta Descriptions

Some related experience as a freelance blogger has extended to Ms. Palmersheim's extensive WordPress experience, data collecting, research, Meta descriptions of popular blog entries for the website Irish Celtic Jewels.

Projects by Asset Type

Proposal writing for student grant and scholarships, proceed from her own experience writing grant and scholarship applications to pay for the full expenditure of a four-year degree, including living expenses, food, tuition and other University fines. From the initial account she had written on the behalf of noteworthy individuals seeking the same kind of consolidation.

Projects By Expertise

“Finding the Little Cowboy: An Oasis in the Storm,” was published in Yellowstone Valley Woman magazine. The article is about Shirley Smith, past owner of The Little Cowboy bar in Fromberg Montana. The article includes my interview with her talking about her life during the Great Depression and into adulthood.

Projects by Writing Style

Based on Ms. Palmersheim's experience as a research blogger, and media/content writer, (particularly from her experience writing for the Dublin, Ireland based company Irish Celtic Jewels) you can expect her articles and listings to be supreme in buoyancy, taste, and individuality. Her retail experience writing profit-making sales descriptions uniquely qualifies her as a fashion expert, especially in all things vintage

Projects by Company Size
Medium Business

Ms. Palmersheim's retail experience includes, detail-oriented summaries and realistic descriptions of MT Vintage's online store. Best examples included: the selling of online apparel, articles of vintage (handbags, scarves, fabric, clothing, toys, and hand-made collectibles) for online sale, while maintaining excellent report with online customers. A vast
knowledge of vintage clothing, brands, accessories and hand-made antiques was required. 419 admirers and 266 sales in total.


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