Samuel Langhorne Clemens

A.K.A. Mark Twain

Job Objective

Journalist

Mark Twain

B. November 30th, 1835

Address: 351 Farmington Ave, Hartford, CT 06105


Quality Traits: diligent, driven, talented, creative, focused, clever, ambitious

Professional Experience and Work History

  • apprenticed to become a printer at age thirteen for almost two years (Hannibal, Missouri)
  • worked for his brother Orion as a printer and editorial assistant at age fifteen until age seventeen (Hannibal, Missouri)
  • hired as a printer at age seventeen (St. Louis, Missouri)
  • mentored as river pilot for two years before being hired (1958, St. Louis)
  • served as Senator William Stewart's secretary and at the same time covered Congress as a journalist (1968, Nevada)

Accomplishments

  • wrote 28 books and many short stories, letters and sketches
  • form 1901 until 1910, held the postition of vice president of the American Anti-Imperialist League

References

Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909)

  • acquaintances, invited to the White House and shared a meal

Woodrow Wilson (President 1913-1921)

  • acquaintances, met in Bermuda and spent an afternoon playing miniature golf

Awards and Honors

  • Master of Arts Degree (Honorary) from Yale University in 1888
  • Doctor of Letters Degree (Honorary) from Yale University in 1901
  • 1901 Yale University honored Mark Twain and President Theodore Roosevelt
  • Doctor of Letters Degree (Honorary) from Oxford University in 1907
  • Fastest typesetter in Missouri