Bryce Boepple is a full-time finance student, fitness enthusiast, and obstacle course racer. Bryce Boepple enjoys being able to work and interact with diverse groups of people. Bryce Boepple has participated in multiple obstacle course races across the country including states such as Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska, and Kansas.
Bryce Boepple is pursuing a career in finance and wealth management. Bryce Boepple can work very well both independently or with a team. Very motivated and is a self-starter. Proficient with Microsoft Office. Extensive team building/teamwork experience.
Bryce Boepple enjoys volunteering within his communities, and to date has volunteered at many places such as nursing homes, heritage centers doing translation work, and a food bank, where he packaged readymade meals and canned goods for local families in need.
In the past, Bryce Boepple has worked in the North Dakota Bakken oil fields doing chemical and sterilization work as a certified chemical applicator through North Dakota State University. In total, Boepple has over 5 years’ experience in the bakken oil field doing chemical and sterilization work as a contractor for multiple oil and gas exploration companies.
In the future, Bryce Boepple hopes to give back to the communities that he is so thankful to have grown up in. He hopes that he can find himself well off financially to provide opportunities for future ambitious students growing up within his communities. Boepple wishes to provide scholarships, and personal finance help in the future, to ensure that students start off on the right foot when beginning their careers.
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As of September 2017, Boepple listed himself on Facebook as having studied at North Dakota State University (NDSU). Boepple was added to two NDSU Facebook groups in September and October of 2014 and another in February of 2015.
Boepple also goes by the name Bryce Christopher Boepple on Facebook.
Customer Service Associate
Company Name: Lowe's Companies, Inc.
Dates Employed June 2018 - Present
* Greet customers and listen effectively to their appliance needs
* Match customers with appropriate appliances to fit their needs
* Manage the cash register, and help the customer purchase their appliances
* Communicate with delivery drivers to coordinate delivery dates of appliances for customers
Certified Chemical Applicator
Company Name: Dunn Spraying
Dates Employed May 2014 – May 2018
-Coordinating with oil company personal to which we are contracted to in order to maintain communication and fulfill any customer needs.
-Apply herbicide to noxious weeds in a safe and effective manner, and to sterilize oil locations.
Seasonal job. Duties included:
-coordinate with land owners to establish times and locations to meet up.
-Maintain all of the vehicles and ATV's and fix when necessary.
-Apply herbicide in a safe and effective manner.
-General tasks around the store
-Heavy machinery operation
-Assisting at the front desk when necessary.
OTHER PERTINENT SKILLS:
• Fluent in written and spoken German
• Participated in many leadership courses throughout H.S and College
• Physically fit, capable of bearing heavy loads for extended periods of time
• Work very well with detailed mechanical instruments, small technology
North Dakota State University
2014 - present
Killdeer High School Class of 2014
-Honor roll student
North Dakota Science Olympiad
-Participated and placed first in Regional Science Olympiad for anatomy
-Participated and placed third in State Science Olympiad for anatomy
-Participated and placed third in Regional Science Olympiad for astronomy
-Participated and placed fifth in Regional Science Olympiad for Chemistry Lab
FFA Officer for 4 years
-Overseeing and coordinating the daily operations of the chapter
-Planning chapter events
-Coordinating with Alumni and the chapter advisor
-Coordinating fundraising events
-Recruiting and developing younger chapter members
-Write articles pertinent to the chapter for the local paper. (Dunn County Herald - https://goo.gl/bz3TTA)
-Vote in the election for new State FFA officers each year
Participate in various FFA competitions including:
-Parliamentary procedure (Placed first at regionals 2013, and 2014, went on to place 4th at State in 2014)
-Meats Judging (Placed second at state competition at NDSU, placed 4th at a national competition in Denver Colorado in 2013.)
-Agricultural sales (Placed top three at many statewide competitions)
-Won chapter awards (Student worker of the year)
-Qualified for State Speech in Speech to persuade category
Close Up: Democracy in Action
-Participated in Close Up program
-Interacted with fellow students of diverse backgrounds in discussions and debates concerning democracy and current events
-Interacted with state senators and representatives by asking questions related to current events, careers in politics
-Toured many federal buildings in Washington D.C, as well as cultural centers in both Washington D.C and New York City, stopping to reflect on what we were learning at each location
Hilltop Home of Comfort: 2010-2014
-Assist and interact with the residents
Great Plains Food Bank (Fargo): 2014-2016
-Packaging precooked meals and canned goods for local families in need
-Coordinate with the volunteer coordinator to schedule volunteer times for myself and others
-Was involved in Greek life freshman and sophomore year
-Participated in many charities, food drives