Lizbeth Jurado

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Detail-oriented high school student with strong technical skills and the ability to learn concepts quickly. Dedicated to improving the community around her and those in need, in order to make the world a better place for future generations. Is interested in pursuing a career in the Civil Engineering field.


12102 Joe Battle St. El Paso, TX 79936

August 2013 - May 2017

4.0, NHS, NTHS, DECA, Yearbook, Student Sierra Coalition


  • Fluent in English & Spanish
  • Background knowledge in Civil Engineering
  • Well acquainted with Adobe programs
  • Friendly
  • Journalism knowledge
  • Photography skills
  • Trustworthy
  • Customer Service
  • Reliable
  • Microsoft Office, Word, Excel and Power Point
  • Honest
  • Punctual
  • Organized
  • Creative
  • Knowledge of Marketing and Sales practices
  • Flexibility

Honors & Awards

-Part of the Americas High School Color Guard and had the chance to compdete and place 7th in the World Guard Championship which took place in Dayton, Ohio.

-Citiznes Award

-Design and Layout Award


CTIS- Summer Helper

June 2015 - Present

  • Working inside an asphalt laboratory at the University of Texas at El Paso. In charge of doing weigh ups on materials in order to later heat them up and mix them to run test for TexDot.
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Technology Officer, DECA — 2016- Present

As an active member of the Americas High School DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) program I have been involved organization and creation of a float for the homecoming parade, collaborated with NTHS (National Technical Honor Society) for a school supply drive for low income schools in Cd. Juarez. I have trained others by helping them get ready for competition by teaching them marketing terms and skills that will increase their chances to advance to state competition.

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Student Sierra Coalition — 2015- Present

Being part of the Student Sierra Coalition I got the opportunity to work with the National Park Service and Loma Verde Elementary to register fourth graders in the Find Your Park program. This program allows fourth graders (nationwide) and their families the opportunity to obtain their free annual pass to visit any National Park in the whole United States. As Chami from Chamizal National monument, I talked to a group of 4th graders about the importance of preserving nature and making it accessible to everyone. We are also advocating to build a wheelchair ramp in the Franklin Mountain State Park.

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National Technical Honor Society — 2014- Present

Nominated into the National Technical Honor Society after being part of the Americas High School Graphic Design Club. As a member of NTHS, I’ve actively participated on community service projects with La Posada, a women and children’s shelter. Some of the events included, an Easter egg hunt, which was founded by the members of NTHS, a blanket drive in preparation for the cold weather season for those less fortunate, and a pet drive. Where we collected pet food and bowls for those families in need that could not afford to maintain their pet(s) .

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National Honor Society — 2014- Present

In order to be inducted to the National Honor Society one has to maintain a grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 or aboveJust like any other association, NHS focuses on community service in the community, but also within the school . One of my favorite community service events that we participated with NHS, was the James Butler Special Olympics. This was a great experience to see the children with special needs feel important and valued in this event created for them.

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Yearbook Editorial Staff — 2014- Present

Completed the two class pre-requisite the Yearbook program. Yearbook One Journalism and Photography skills, which provides an insight into the journalist world, by completing yearbook pages containing interviews, facts, articles, and pictures. This upcoming school year, I was selected (one out of six positions)to be part of the editorial staff, which manages and edits the work of other and has the responsibility of the final yearbook. As editorial staff we are also responsible for the theme of the books and the overall design.

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Americas Fortissimo — 2013-2015

Part of the Americas High School Color Guard and had the chance to compete and place 7th in the World Guard Championship which took place in Dayton, Ohio. Also had camps for younger children interested in dance, hosted a blood drive in Marty Robins Park, and help cheer in the James Butler Special Olympic Games.

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