Professional Summary

Corrine joins the B2E program after spending 6 years in the Army before taking time to focus on her family. During that time, she also took on a photographer/sales role, as well as acting as a paraprofessional at the elementary school before returning to school to earn her teaching certification. She has spent the past 4 years as a substitute teacher. Corrine has developed and implemented programs, managed teams, coordinated large events, and is very detail oriented. Corrine is excited to use her current skill set, along with the training from B2E to help her kickstart a new career in IT.



  • Methodologies: Agile, Waterfall
  • Soft Skills: Independent, Reliable, Analytical, Adaptable, Excellent Oral and Written Communication
  • Relevant Experience: Project Management, Implementation, Leadership
  • Software: Microsoft Office Suite, SharePoint


Education & Training

  • York Solutions’ Barriers to Entry ProgramConcentration: Project Management (in process)
  • Bethel University- Teaching Certification
  • University of Missouri at Rolla- M.S. Engineering Management
  • Indiana University of Pennsylvania-S. Biology

Professional Experience Highlights

Substitute Teacher

  • Worked closely with regular K-12 staff to provide students with consistency in instruction, classroom management, and discipline.
  • Became familiar with school leadership, staff, routines, and policies by communicating effectively with all parties.
  • Composed thorough notes for the regular teacher documenting class progress and behavior issues.

Elementary Paraprofessional

  • Supervised students independently while conducting learning activities in line with teacher instructions.
  • Created and implemented new system to better organize movement and accountability of students.


  • Organized files and developed a new system to improve customer relations through tracking logs for follow-through with customer issues and FED EX shipping which was adopted by the manager.
  • Mitigated customer complaints at the manager authorization level, supervise other staff in manager’s absence.
  • Trained new employees to pose various client types, creating unique multi-images using photo-editing software.
  • Demonstrated sales/upselling techniques for new staff, improved sales averages and customer experiences.
  • Consistently exceeded weekly sales goals by creating memorable individualized experience for each customer.

U.S. Army

Topographic Officer

  • Coordinated topographic support for corps level operations, including production of special map products, mass printing of standard map products, and geodetic surveys.
  • Coordinated the annual corps engineer conference two consecutive years.

Plans Officer

  • Managed the long-range planning, resources, and coordination for training exercises and missions for an 1800 soldier Engineer Group.
  • Event planner for various high-profile military ceremonies.

Executive Officer

  • Managed garrison and field operations: maintenance, supply, food services, and training operations for 95 personnel.
  • Developed a financial management program, which was recognized as the best, out of 9, in the unit.
  • Developed a maintenance program, increasing vehicle operational readiness rate from 89% to 98% and winning 1st place in a post-wide maintenance excellence competition and 2nd place in the Army-wide competition.

Platoon Leader

  • Managed the maintenance, accountability, and safe operation of engineer equipment valued in excess of $2.6 million.
  • Directly supervised planning, training, discipline, morale, welfare, and professional development of 25 personnel.
  • Project Manager for an on-post horizontal construction project valued in excess of $500,000.
  • Project Manager for horizontal construction project supporting the Southwest Border Patrol in San Diego, California.