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Daley Smith
Resume
Resume
Extended Application
Awards and Honors
Community Service
I am Daley Smith
And This is My Resume
Letters of Recommendation
Career Choice
Alternate Career
Work Experience
Career Comparison
RESUME.
Career Choice
Daley Smith
College Football Coach
Resume
Extended Application
Awards and Honors
Description of Career
College Football coaches teach and motivate players in individual and
group settings to benefit the team, also some finer points of
coaching are:
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Letters of Recommendation
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Coaches build and develop teams and strong bonds between
teammates.
Coaches go on the road to scout and recruit prospective players.
Dissect film of your team to notice faulty execution and improve
the play of the team.
Hire coaches and assistants to help run the football program.
Prepare for and plan structured practices and events for the
team.
Oversee all preparations and actions on game day to ensure the
team plays well and get’s the victory.
Education Required
Future Outlook
Salaries
Education Required
Daley Smith
Resume
Extended Application
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Awards and Honors
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Community Service
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Letters of Recommendation
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Career Choice
Alternate Career
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Work Experience
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Career Comparison
A Bachelor’s degree in relevant area, examples are kinesiology,
exercise science, or education.
Taking intern jobs and being around the program after graduation
is necessary.
With a Master’s degree you will be considered more qualified and
be more competitive in higher level jobs.
Compiling a strong resume of other coaching jobs where you have
succeeded is usually required to advance up in the tier’s of
coaching.
Playing and participating in college football as a student is a very
important also to becoming a good college football coach.
Courses that will help you become a college football coach are:
• Education
• Exercise Science
Career Choice
• Psychology
• Athletic Training
Future Outlook
Salaries
Future Outlook
Daley Smith
Resume
Extended Application
The future job outlook for Coaching is very promising:
Awards and Honors
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Community Service
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Letters of Recommendation
Nationally, through the year 2010 coaching job rates are
supposed to raise by 24.8%.
With obesity being a growing concern throughout the nation and
the baby boomers retiring and taking up more sport related
hobbies coaching opportunities should be on the rise.
Career Choice
Alternate Career
National Coaching Job Rates
Work Experience
Jobs now
Career Comparison
Jobs in
2018
Education Required
0
100,000 200,000 300,000
Career Choice
Salaries
Salaries
Daley Smith
Resume
Football Coaching Salaries
Extended Application
Awards and Honors
Coaching Positions
Head Coach
Assistant Coach
Div. I Salaries
$1.5 Million
$200,000
Div. III Salaries
$40,000
Part time
Alternate Career
NFL Salaries
$3 Million
$300,000
Work Experience
High School Salaries $2,000
Community Service
Letters of Recommendation
Career Choice
$1,000
Career Comparison
*All figures are averages
Education Required
Future Outlook
Career Choice
Daley Smith
Extended Application
Resume
Extended Application
Awards and Honors
Community Service
Letters of Recommendation
Career Choice
Alternate Career
Work Experience
Career Comparison
My Extended Application project consists of me assisting Mr. Simmons with the
Middle School Football team, and helping him in a variety of ways. This consists
of filming games, scouting opposing teams, informing 8th grade players of what
to expect when they enter the high school ranks, teaching the players the basic
aspects of an 11 man defense, and finally hosting a variety of Mini-Camps that
go through specific aspects of the following: Blocking on the Off. Line, dissecting
opponents plays, and the finer points of playing an 11 man defense.
Project Proposal Letter
Time Log
Pictures
Daley Smith
Resume
Extended Application
Awards and Honors
Community Service
Letters of Recommendation
Career Choice
Alternate Career
Work Experience
Career Comparison
Extended Application
Photos
Daley Smith
Resume
Extended Application
Awards and Honors
Community Service
Letters of Recommendation
Career Choice
Alternate Career
Work Experience
Career Comparison
Extended Application
Photos
Daley Smith
Letters of Recommendation
Resume
Extended Application
Chris Milliron
Math Teacher St. Paul High School
Awards and Honors
Community Service
Letter of Recommendation from Mr. Milliron
Letters of Recommendation
Career Choice
Alternate Career
Work Experience
Career Comparison
Cam Tharp
Advisor
St. Paul High School
Letter of Recommendation from Mr. Tharp
Daley Smith
Work Experience
Resume
Extended Application
Awards and Honors
Community Service
Upper Level Baling Technician, RD Farms, St. Paul, OR
2009-2010
Operated, prepared for work, and repaired New Holland BB9060 Baler in
multiple settings, Checked moisture levels in bales, Drove John Deere
Tractor which pulled baler, Mastered operations of tractor such as
hydraulic function, four-wheel drive operation, and speed and rpm
control.
Letters of Recommendation
Career Choice
Alternate Career
Work Experience
Career Comparison
Irrigation Specialist, B & D Farms, St. Paul, OR
2007-2008
Set out, picked up, and moved irrigation pipe in different types of crops,
Started pump to run water through pipes, Adjusted and repaired sprinkler
heads on ends of irrigation pipe.
Job Shadow, Oregon State University Football Program
2010
Assisted Associate Head Coach Jay Locey in recruiting camp, held dummy
bags, and provided Coach Locey with equipment he requested. Also
helped Coach Locey at High School Team Camp, here I whistled plays
dead, and informed Coach Locey of time block’s in his schedule.
Career Comparison
Daley Smith
Resume
Football Coach
Police/Detective
College Football coaches teach
and motivate players in
individual and group settings to
benefit the team.
Police and Detectives protect lives
and property. They pursue and
apprehend criminals who break
the law, then issue citations and
warnings.
Bachelor’s Degree in related
field i.e. Sport’s Medicine,
Kinesiology, Education
High School Degree is required for
police work. Bachelor’s Degrees is
required for detective work
Future Outlook
Projected for 2018 in Oregon:
281,686 jobs
Projected for 2018 in Oregon:
Police: 105,200
Detective: 130,900
Salaries
Median Salary for Div. III Coach:
$40,000
Median Salary:
Police: $51,410
Detective: $ 75,490
Extended Application
Awards and Honors
Description
Community Service
Letters of Recommendation
Education
Required
Career Choice
Alternate Career
Work Experience
Career Comparison
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Key Facts
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Coaches build and develop
teams and strong bonds
between teammates.
Coaches go on the road to
scout and recruit
prospective players.
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Police work can be dangerous
and stressful.
Education requirements for
various positions range from
High School Diploma to
College Degrees.
Alternate Career
Daley Smith
Police Force/Detective
Resume
Extended Application
Awards and Honors
Community Service
Letters of Recommendation
Career Choice
Description of Career
Police and Detectives protect lives and property. They pursue
and apprehend criminals who break the law, then issue
citations and warnings. Some of the finer points of the
profession are:
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Alternate Career
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Work Experience
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Career Comparison
Police work can be dangerous and stressful.
Education requirements for various positions range from
High School Diploma to College Degrees.
Law Enforcement Offices are usually arranged in
geographic districts.
Some police officers specialize in certain fields; such as
horseback, bicycle, motorcycle, canine corps, special
weapons and tactics (SWAT), or emergency response
teams.
Education Required
Future Outlook
Salaries
Education Required
Daley Smith
Resume
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Extended Application
Awards and Honors
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Community Service
Letters of Recommendation
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Career Choice
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Alternate Career
Work Experience
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Career Comparison
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A High School Degree is required, and most departements require at
least 1 to 2 years of college coursework, or in some cases a college
degree.
Physical education classes and participation in sports are also helpful in
developing the competitiveness, stamina, and agility needed for many
law enforcement positions
Knowing a foreign language can be useful in dealing with cases that
involve criminals from outside of the nation.
Before being designated for assignment new officers normally are put
through a 12 to 14 week training regiment through the departements
police academy.
Federal Agents are required to have a Bachelor’s Degree, related work
experience is a plus.
Federal Agents go through extensive training, normally at the US
Marine Corps base or at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center.
Career Choice
Future Outlook
Salaries
Future Outlook
Daley Smith
Resume
Extended Application
Awards and Honors
Community Service
Letters of Recommendation
Career Choice
Alternate Career
Work Experience
Employment
2008
Projected
Employment
2018
Percent
Change
Police and Detectives
883,600
968,400
+10%
Supervisor/Manager Police Force
97,300
105,200
+8%
Detectives
112,200
130,900
+17%
8,300
9,000
+8%
661,500
718,800
+9%
Occupational Title
Fish and Game Wardens
Police and Sheriff Patrol Officers
Career Comparison
Education Required
Career Choice
Salaries
Salaries
Daley Smith
Resume
Median
Earnings
High
Earnings
Low
Earnings
Police and Sheriff Patrol Officers
$51,410
$79,680
$30,070
Police and Detective Supervisors
$75,490
$114,300
$46,000
Detectives and Criminal Investigators
$60,910
$97,870
$36,500
Alternate Career
Fish and Game Wardens
$48,930
$81,710
$30,400
Work Experience
Parking Enforcement Worker
$32,390
$50,470
$20,510
Extended Application
Occupational Title
Awards and Honors
Community Service
Letters of Recommendation
Career Choice
Career Comparison
Education Required
Future Outlook
Career Choice
Daley Smith
Awards & Honors
Resume
Extended Application
Awards and Honors
Community Service
Letters of Recommendation
Career Choice
Alternate Career
Work Experience
Sports
Career Comparison
School
Clubs
Daley Smith
Sports Awards
Resume
Extended Application
Awards and Honors
Football
All State Recognition
1st Team WR, 1st Team DB, and Hon. Mention QB
Community Service
Letters of Recommendation
Career Choice
Alternate Career
All League Recognition
1st Team WR, 1st Team QB, 1st Team DB, 2nd Team WR, 2nd Team DB
(Twice), and Hon. Mention QB
Basketball
All League Recognition- 2nd Team Guard
Work Experience
Career Comparison
Team Awards
Football- Offensive POY, Most Inspirational
Awards & Honors
School
Clubs
Daley Smith
FBLA Awards
Resume
Extended Application
District Placer in four years of FBLA
Awards and Honors
Community Service
Letters of Recommendation
Career Choice
In Categories of, Business Math, Intro to Business, Word Processing,
Cyber Security and Sports Management
Specifically: 1st in Business Math, 2nd in Sports Management, 4th in
Cyber Security, and 7th in Sports Management
Alternate Career
Work Experience
Career Comparison
Sports
School
Awards & Honors
Daley Smith
Scholastic Awards
Resume
Extended Application
Awards and Honors
2010 Student of Merit in the area of Mathematics
2008 Student of Merit in the area of Social Sciences
Community Service
Honor Roll all four years of High School.
Letters of Recommendation
Career Choice
Alternate Career
Work Experience
Career Comparison
Sports
Awards & Honors
Clubs
Daley Smith
Community Service
Resume
Extended Application
Portland Rescue Mission
Community Cleanup
Awards and Honors
Community Service
Letters of Recommendation
Career Choice
Alternate Career
Work Experience
Career Comparison
The links above are to bigger volunteer projects I helped out
on. Other community efforts I helped in are:
• Concessions for various athletic events.
• Cleaning up Rodeo Grounds after performances.
• Working at the St. Paul Parish Auction moving parcels for
the auctioneer or the winning bidders.
Daley Smith
Portland Rescue Mission
Resume
Extended Application
Awards and Honors
Community Service
Letters of Recommendation
Career Choice
Alternate Career
Work Experience
Career Comparison
Last December we visited the rescue mission, we brought in
donated goods that we collected in the weeks before we left
and we deposited them. Also we helped with random jobs
around the shelter including storing food, moving books, and
feeding lunch to the residents at the shelter.
Daley Smith
Community Cleanup
Resume
Extended Application
Awards and Honors
Community Service
Letters of Recommendation
Career Choice
Alternate Career
Work Experience
Career Comparison
Prior to every football season, the past four years, our whole
team gets together after practice on the Saturday before the
season starts and we walk the town picking up garbage along
the streets and sidewalks.
Daley Smith
19111 River Rd  St. Paul, OR, 97137  503-633-8155  [email protected]
Objective
Become an assistant for the Oregon State University Football Program.
Personal Profile
•Maintained 4.0 GPA throughout high school career.
•Student of Merit award winner in areas of Social Science and Mathematics.
•Member of 2009 and 2010 1A State Championship Football Teams.
Education
St. Paul High School – St. Paul, OR
High School Diploma, May 2011
Experience
Upper Level Baling Technician
RD Farms, Summer 2008, 2009, 2010
•Operated, prepared for work, and repaired New Holland BB9060 Baler in multiple settings, checked moisture levels in bales, Drove John Deere
Tractor which pulled baler, Mastered operations of tractor such as hydraulic function, four-wheel drive operation, and speed and rpm control.
•Worked regularly 12 hours a day, seven days a week for approximately a month and a half.
Assistant to the Head Manager
Agri-Seed Testing, Summer 2010
•Helped organize and distribute planting boxes and seed packets that have been used and/or cleaned thoroughly in preparation for storage.
•Planted multiple varieties of seeds in seed trays. Labeled and organized trays before storing them in growing chamber.
Activities
•Participated in Varsity Football and Varsity Basketball for all four years of High School.
•Member of FBLA for all four years of High School. Club Treasurer for one year.
•Member of NHS for two years of High School
•Member of ASB for two years, as Asst. Treasurer and Treasurer.
•Member of Class Government for one year as Treasurer.
References
Available upon request.
Resume
September 19, 2010
Jeff Hulbert
St Paul High School
20449 Main Street NE
St Paul, OR 97137
Dear Mr. Hulbert:
I have always enjoyed sports and all the aspects surrounding them. These range from watching, playing, understanding rules and strategies,
and the overall competitive nature of the games. For me enjoying sports has always been in my blood, virtually every member of my
extended family is a sports fan and that is just how I grew up. Ever since I can remember my fall weekends have been occupied with watching
of going to football games, the big basketball game has always been on the TV, and summers were full of throwing the football and baseball
and shooting hoops.
Because of my interest in Sports, particularly football and since I already play them year round. I was wondering how I can become even more
knowledgeable and improve my understanding for sports? I decided I want to become an aide for Mr. Simmons and help him with coaching
the middle school football program. Activities that I would like to participate in with the middle school players consist of taping there games
and going over the film to improve technique and understanding of the individual positions. Also to reinforce the skills we go over in the film I
would like to invite a couple of the kids to come to the field on a Saturday and go through a series of “mini-camps.” In addition to these ideas I
would like to be on the sideline during the games and assist Mr. Simmons in anything he would need, and also teach and manage kids during
the game to help the game go more smoothly and give the team a better chance at getting the win. Finally, I would assist Mr. Simmons in any
other extra activities he would need help in i.e. gear, field prep, and game preparations.
I understand that fraud or presenting something I did not do, as if I did, is illegal. I will do all the work and will not falsify any information
concerning my project. I am fully aware that I am responsible for my own actions and will accept any consequences for my not being honest
and truthful in any aspect of my project.
Sincerely,
Daley Smith
19111 River Rd
St Paul, OR 97137
Extended Application
March 4, 2011
Re:
Recommendation of Daley Smith
To Whom It May Concern:
It is with great pleasure that I present this well deserved recommendation for Daley Smith. It is generally recognized by
teachers and professors that the ultimate recognition of their success is found in the quality of the students that graduate
from our educational institutions. Daley Smith exemplifies the highest caliber student and individual that our educational
system can produce.
I first became acquainted with Daley three years ago as a student teacher for St. Paul High School. At that time, I was
impressed not only by his work ethic and his academic achievements, but also the ease in which he interacted with his
fellow students. It is rare, during the early formative years of high school, that one sees such a well balanced individual who
excels in every facet of high school life. Daley excelled both in the classroom as well as in his extracurricular activities. He
was a 4.0 point student as well as a 2-year all-state performer in football, helping the St. Paul Buckaroos win back-to-back
state football championships with an unblemished 29-0 record.
Though Daley’s academic achievements are significant, it is his personal demeanor that is most impressive. The manner in
which he interrelates with his peers while exemplifying a sincere interest in others is given particular note. Fortunately, I
have also had the opportunity of knowing Daley’s family who has provided a significant foundation in preparing Daley for
life’s challenges. The family’s influence has resulted in a caring and respectful young man.
I am confident that Daley will be a success in whatever endeavors he seeks to pursue. I can give no higher recommendation
than the one I give this young man. I am certain that he will excel and be a credit and/or asset at any college or university in
which he attends.
Sincerely,
Letters of Recommendation
Cam Tharp
Common Application
Evaluation Essay for Daley Smith
Evaluator: Chris Milliron (Math Teacher, St. Paul High School)
Having Daley in my math classes was always a pleasure. He is an extremely bright student and has a very high
mathematical aptitude. He is also a hard worker. Instead of resting on his laurels, Daley has consistently
demonstrated an all-around commitment to academic excellence. He works well with other students and has
always had a knack for asking thoughtful questions and coming up with creative solutions. Due to his stellar
attitude, excellent grades, and willingness to help other students, I selected Daley to be our school’s Math
Student of the year for the 2009-2010 school year.
One interesting thing about my experience with Daley was that he was the only student to take AP Calculus last
year. Normally, I would anticipate that a class of one student would tend to be as enjoyable to teach as a typical
class. Without the option for group work, peer-to-peer discussion, and multiple perspectives, there is a risk that
the class will be dry and awkward. However, Daley’s maturity and positive attitude made the class an absolute
pleasure. Remarkably, my experience in AP Calculus with Daley felt more like working with a colleague than
teaching a Junior in high school.
I have no doubt that Daley will be successful in college and beyond. He is one of the most well-rounded
students that I have ever had the pleasure of teaching, and his interpersonal skills will take him far both inside
and outside of the classroom. He is polite, personable, and dependable. Daley would be a valuable addition to
any college or university that he attends.
Letters of Recommendation
Hours for Extended Application
Talk to Mr. Hulbert, Project Proposal Letter, 15 min, at school in classroom (9/21)
Talk To Mr. Simmons about ideas/mentor, 30 min, at elementary school after practice (9/23)
Talk to Mr. Schibel about getting middle school game @ Kings Way on 9/27 filmed, 15 min at gym during volleyball game (9/23)
Called Cindy Smith ask to film MS game @ Kings Way on 9/27, 15 min on phone (9/27)
Talked to Mr. Simmons regarding mini-camp on Sat 10/2, 15 min (9/29)
Called Cindy Smith to thank her for filming (9/30) 15 min
Watched film of St. Paul @ KW (9/30) 1.5 hours
Filmed home middle school game vs. CC (10/4) 3 hours
Burned film to DVD of CC game (10/5) 15 min
Talked to Mr. Simmons regarding mini-camp having on 10/9, 15 min (10/6)
Went to practice talked to kids about camp, 45 min (10/7)
Watched film of MS vs. CC, 2 hours, (10/8)
Ran mini-camp for kids regarding offensive line play @ HS, 3 hours, (10/9)
Tuesday Oct 12 Discussed with Mr. Simmons next camp and what material 15 m.
Thursday Oct 14 Discussed with Mr. Simmons scheduling and activities 15 min
Friday Oct 15 Observed MS Practice 30 min
Saturday Oct 16 Discussed Camp ideas w/ Coach Smith 30 min
Saturday Oct 16 Mini Camp- Addressing Adv. St. Paul Off. and 11 man Def. 2.5 hours
Wrote Practice Plan for 10/16 Mini Camp for 30 min (10/16)
Tuesday Oct 19 Gathering info for scout report on CCMS 1.5 hours
Tuesday Oct 19 Prepare scouting report on CCMS for SPMS 45 min
Wednesday Oct 20 Make copies and give to Mr. Simmons 30 min
Friday Oct 22 Talked to MS players about Mini Camp on 10/23 30 min
Saturday Oct 23 Conducted Mini-Camp addressing MS playoff game vs. CCMS 2.5 hours
Monday Oct 25 Stood on sidelines of MS game and assisted during pre game and in game 3 hours
Wednesday Oct 27 Talked with Mr. Simmons regarding 10/23 camp, MS playoff game, and upcoming gear check in on 10/28 15
min
Thursday Oct 28 Helped check in gear for MS players 2 hours
Time Log

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