Quintin Goynes Sr.
Graphic Arts; Literary Arts; Media; Multi Arts; Teaching Artist/Instructor: Private Lessons for Adults; Visual Arts: Media and Visual Communications, New Media/Technology, Photography
I am a multiracial, colored guy – born in Florida, but (controversially) raised in my father’s reality (e.g., US Naval Aviation; living in suburban areas; while enduring and embracing social problems – globally).
Most recently, I attended TCC and enrolled in their A.A. degree program (2.25 GPA). Thereafter, I had the chance to transfer to my favorite colleges and universities via the Internet while utilizing my Montgomery G.I.Bill. In relation, federal funds and earned benefits placed me at the senior level, with one semester ’til graduation – at Grand Canyon University (GPA 3.12). My major is English (specializing in Professional Writing). Now, I have accumulated enough skills to translate “hard” sciences to the audience.
Moving right along, maybe I may find the right organization where I can join in by creating and developing life-saving grants and concepts. Conversely, I still have attained an interest in logistical support and operations. On the other hand, I can type, use computers and programs, in addition to exhibiting the ability to self-starter to finish projects that relate to scientific and technical management endeavors. In reflection, I have volunteered through both the good and ‘bad’ times, during certain journeys (e.g., extra duties while enlisted in the US Navy (2000 – 2006) – volunteerism in sports psychology experiments in Oak Harbor, WA, where I served sea-duty as an aircraft mechanic. I was married… with kids….Once.
Ultimately, there is a resume attached, along with my educational transcript, which will give an idea of what I may be seeking in the future (i.e., money, access, and pursuit of happiness with privacy).
Lastly, you are welcome visit my website and pick out those ideas that relate to humanity and progress. For the most part, I want to volunteer for experience; the rewards and possible chances to connect this opportunities with more learning; teaching and finding more expeditions to be explored. However, not in that particular order.
As it may, I want to run my own non-profit organization one day.
I hope this helps.
Quintin Goynes Sr.