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JOHN J.

ROHRER
10416 43rd Avenue Beltsville, MD 20705 | 301-379-6706 | jjrohrer@loyola.edu
EDUCATION Loyola University Maryland, Baltimore, MD Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, May 2013 Gonzaga College High School, Washington, DC May 2009 EXPERIENCE Loyola University Maryland

Student Coordinator, Center for Community Service & Justice (September 2011-May 2013) Program Assistant, Center for Community Service & Justice (June 2012-August 2012) Creative Assistant, Center for Community Service & Justice (September 2010-May 2011) Designed and created posters, website elements, brochures, and logos to market the Centers mission of serving the marginalized in our country and world Led efforts to successfully develop the Centers presence on social networks such as Facebook and YouTube. Coordinated a student group trip to Washington, DC to learn about challenging social justice issues and how public policy can be altered by education, advocacy, and voting Worked on the organizations branding and advertising of the Centers international service programs Learned important office skills and protocol

Loyola Maryland Democrats

President, Club Executive Board (September 2010-May 2013) Transformed a declining campus organization into an active, respected one Created an executive board of students to lead organization Led preparation of and participated in debates with the Campus Republicans Used social media to market organization Worked with club to contribute to the Sarbanes Campaign for Congress and statewide races in 2010 Participated in policy forums for different organizations on campus in 2012

United States Senate

Intern, Office of Senator Max Baucus (August 2010, January 2012) Worked with professional and intern staff to compile and organize database of past constituent casework Became familiar with constituent correspondence writing and tracking Learned about federal legislative process and observed national party dynamics Gave tours of Capitol Building Attended lectures for interns by different elected officials

Maryland Democratic Party

Intern (June 2009-August 2009) Became familiar with the state partys voting demographic database Compiled and formatted state district analyses Observed state politics and met with senior party activists

Maryland State Government

Library Assistant, Department of Legislative Services (July-August 2010 & 2011) Compiled folders that contained legislative histories, vote tallies, and testimony associated with individual bills from previous sessions Learned about the state of Marylands legislative process and different forms of advocacy

COMMUNITY SERVICE:
Went on an educational immersion trip to San Diego, California in January 2011 to learn about the impact our nations immigration system has had on individuals and families Served those experiencing material poverty, hunger, and homelessness: Care-A-Van, Baltimore, MD (2009-2010); McKenna Center, Washington, DC (2005-2009); Food and Friends Program, Washington, DC (2007-2008); McKennas Wagon, Washington, DC (2006-2007) Traveled to Guatemala City, Guatemala in June 2008 to serve school children who called the massive city landfill home Went on an educational immersion trip to Apopka, Florida in March 2008 to learn more about the living conditions of migrant farmers and undocumented workers in our country Strong knowledge and production of graphic design, typography, web videos, web audio; 3 years of experience in this area Proficient in Adobe software products Photoshop, Dreamweaver, and Premiere Skilled in website design and social media marketing Familiar with political and constituent online databases Knowledge of basic HTML, CSS Well Informed on current events and excellent understanding of political perspectives on national and state issues Broad community service experiences have developed unique, social justice oriented perspective of public policy Strong writing skills developed as a political science major.

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