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Cory Foust

Cory Foust

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Regal Entertainment Group (United Artists)

Senior Cast Member

Preface: This is a position lower than Associate Manager, however I demoted myself so I could transfer to a theater that was close enough to a school where I could further my education.

- Part Time: an average of 28 hours a week
- During summer often times 40 hours a week


Duties:
Operate a register. Sell and promote products. General janitorial. Manage a staff under me. Weekend maintenance reports. Handle money.


Contact: Brad Johnson 916-772-1245

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Regal Entertainment Group

Associate Manager/Projectionist

- Part Time: averaging 32 hours a week
- Often times worked 40 hour weeks

Duties:
Open and close the building. Build and breakdown films. Schedule film run times. Handle cash (cash pulls, drops, bank runs, armored pulls). Order merchandise. Manage a staff. Run promotions for upcoming films. Make the maintenance schedule.

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Bob's Ornamental Iron Studio

Administrative Assistant

- Full time: 40 hours a week

Duties:
Direct phone traffic. Schedule appointments for sales staff and managerial staff. Greet and make small sales to walk-in clients. Place job bids. Receive and send faxes. General store upkeep.

Contact: Bob Foust 913-967-9285

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Regal Entertainment Group

Floor staff

- Part time: averaging 24 hours a week.
- As much as 32 hours a week.

Duties:
Food Service and Customer Service. General Janitorial work. Sell and promote products. Operate a cash register.

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American River College

n/a, Journalism

Currently working on two associates degrees.

FAA - Federal Aviation Administration

Air Traffic Control Trainee/Student

Full time: 40 hours onsite nonstop study on site and at home

Paid Intensive 4 month training course for Air Traffic Controllers. Only around 1,000 applicants were chosen out of the ~30,000 who applied, and the course had ~60% washout rate. I was unfortunately one of the many to not pass in the finals (3 finals were each 20% of your final grade). Even though I failed, I came away with more than I could have possibly imagined. It made me a stronger person, and I am extremely proud of the work I did manage to accomplish.

Tasks involved: clear and concise speaking, active listening, multitasking high stress situations, thorough knowledge and understanding of all applicable FAA and other federal laws and regulations, essentially my job was to keep planes from crashing into each other and violating other controllers airspace while in the air (simulations of course).