Jordan's strongest composition types are persuasive and expository. He has most experience in writing these types of compositions in essay formats, but is also experienced in writing short pieces like news articles or blog posts. Jordan primarily writes pieces to inform people about a topic or event and enjoys capturing a reader's attention and helping them think critically about the subject.
Jordan has also periodically written narrative and descriptive compositions like short-stories and is working on a novel.
Jordan enjoys music (including playing the guitar, piano, ukulele, synthesizers, drums, keyboard, as well as music composition), snowboarding, wake-boarding, long-boarding, and being outside.
Jordan graduated cum laude with his Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from UVU. During his studies he published a paper in the school's academic journal for history and political science. In the paper he discussed recent economic growth in developing countries like China, India, and Brazil and compared their economies and political structures to identify commonalities. He also completed a study abroad in the Middle East where he researched and analyzed the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. He gained on the ground experience in ares like refugee camps that few others have obtained. Jordan will be starting a Master's of International Affairs and Global Enterprise in January, 2015 at the University of Utah.
Jordan is currently studying international affairs, international business, and international law in his hybrid program at the University of Utah. He has extensive knowledge of business strategy and global issues regarding national relations, and global management as well as political theory and public administration.
(This was an unpaid internship. No paid projects.)
Jordan wrote emails and letters to constituents of Congressman Chaffetz's on a regular basis and knows how to address people and format a message professionally and powerfully.
The excerpt is from a letter written for Representative Chaffetz to a constituent.
(Most of his writing was academic and unpaid)
Jordan published an article in an academic journal for history and political science at Utah Valley University. He has had extensive experience in writing about political philosophy and economics. Throughout his bachelor's degree he wrote dozens of papers discussing various aspects of politics. He is also starting a political blog in which current events and hot topics are discussed.
The sample is from his published article.
Jordan has worked for 2 years at a cybersecurity firm where he helped clients obtain and maintain security standards for credit card information. He has in-depth knowledge of network management, design and security. He knows testing techniques for security and has done some web design for his current company. This familiarity with IT technology gives him a strong grasp of topics and knowledge to be used in writing instructional, or intellectual pieces regarding technology.
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