Pat Hunt
955 N. Pine St.
Ukiah, California 95482

Seeking position as executive of a nonprofit organization dedicated to the development of communities and education through electronic networks.

January, 1992 to present
Mendocino County Library. Retired as reference librarian for Ukiah branch library and working as Programmer/Analyst for the County Library system designing, installing, and maintaining computer resources. Designed and established Redwood Free-Ne t—a county wide messaging system with Internet email capability. Established "Cyber Center" in Ukiah Library providing public access to a state-of-the-art computer network. Designed and implemented network to extend DYNIX automation to branch librari es.

June, 1991 to January, 1992
E. A. Silva Assoc. Business manager in charge of busy office in ship-building operation. Administered purchasing and technical research. Performed mechanical engineering tasks.

August 1989 to June, 1991
Mendocino County Library. Bookmobile driver and library clerk.

January, 1990 to June, 1991
Mendocino County Library. In charge of CD-ROM development project. Coordinated volunteer staff under a grant from Apple Computer and The State Library of California. Produced Singing Light, a compendium of three hundred photos, an hour and a half of sound files, and hundreds of pages of text, archiving the history of Mendocino County natives.

1987-1990 Mendocino Community College, Ukiah, California.
Computer programming.

1965-1966 San Francisco State College, San Francisco California.
Course work in Psychology and Literature.

1956-1965 Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.
B.A., Humanities. Majors in History, English, and Philosophy. Minor in Mathematics.

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