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Danielle Fields

|Objective |My objective is to become a successful marketer, and also a small business owner. In the process of |
| |doing so I want to be well prepared and capable of dealing with all types of customers, know my |
| |target audience, proficient in designing business and marketing plans for the business or company I |
| |work for. This will allow me to be able to teach the everyday basic of marketing and relate it to the|
| |real world. I want to be able to communicate and have others understand the general management and |
| |marketing to be able to job done successfully. Most of all I want to be able to give some form of |
| |education to the youth in the community so that they can own, run, or become a successful business |
| |person. |
|Experience |2004-2005 Marie’s Little Angel Daycare Center |
| |North Chicago IL, 60064 |
| |Teacher for school ages of 3-5 and 7-11 |
| |Help children learn their basic skills such as: alphabet, numbers, colors, before they get to |
| |kindergarten |
| |Helped the older children with homework when they came from school…...

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