My name is Matthew Davila and I was born in Watertown, NY but raised in Big Spring, TX. I was a former pre-Med student at Mizzou for a little over a year before realizing that I was much more passionate about Computer Science. Before coming to Centriq, I was a Price & Signage Coordinator at DICK’S Sporting Goods and a Driver for Enterprise Rent-A-Car, where I learned valuable skills in the service industry that I look forward to transitioning into the technological field. Using the knowledge and skills gained from Centriq, I am very excited and optimistic to see where my future career leads me.
I grew up in the Kansas City area. I joined the Navy as a Cryptologic Technician working in missile defense. During that time, I deployed twice. I returned home after four years and worked in private security for nine years. I am married and have 4 children aged 15, 14, 12, and 5. I’ve always had a passion for technology and love seeing what it can do to aid humanity.
Nobody is hiring over the holidays, so what’s the point in job searching…right?
This is a common misconception and it can be very tempting to put your job search on hold over the holidays, but what most people don’t know is that it can actually be one of the best times to job search! Employers hire all year round, including the holiday season. In fact, for some businesses, the slower holiday season can mean even more time for hiring.
Still not quite convinced to pause the holiday movies, put down the milk and cookies, and submit some applications? View the five reasons below to help get in the job searching spirit! Read More
We can’t get enough of Microsoft Teams and how it has transformed the modern workday. It is easy to flip back and forth through tasks throughout the day and stay looped in to what your team is doing. Do you have Teams but feel like you aren’t getting enough out of it? Follow our tips and start your new year off right with productivity!Read More
My name is Stephen Mesler, I have lived in St. Peters, MO my entire life. I am happily married to my wife, Theresa, for almost 8 years. We have three monsters (cats) together, Chudley, Houdini, and Navi. I have worked multiple positions for the same company before coming to Centriq Training to find a new path for myself.
I grew up in a small town in Iowa where my family owns a small amount of land. I had a very supportive family to help me while I pursued my interests. I worked in several different customer service jobs from a diner, to a grocery store, to a steakhouse. These different jobs have helped me develop soft skills especially in the customer service department. I am very excited about the career opportunities ahead of me!
I am a small-town country girl who is married with three amazing children. I was raised on a farm and grew up loving animals, especially horses. I am one of five kids; I have two older brothers and two younger sisters. I joined the Marine Corps when I was 19 and was honorably discharged at 23. My children are 11, 10, and 3. I love being a mom and teaching my kids everything I know.
My name is Michael Ashford. I grew up in the metro-east region of Illinois. I attended the Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville (SIUE), where I obtained my bachelor’s degree in Business Administrations with a specialization in entrepreneurship. I am happily married to my wife for 5 years now. We have two dogs together, Smokey and Bandit. I have worked in various positions ranging from cashier to most recently production planning before coming to Centriq.
I started on a traditional route to a state university, where I accumulated a small house worth of debt. I decided to join the Army rather than continue to accumulate debt. I enjoyed my time in the Army and it was not an easy decision to separate, although I can’t say I miss all the running. I spent about three years working at a help desk and found that I enjoyed solving technical problems.
What SharePoint is Used for & Why it’s the Center of the O365 Universe
We are all creatures of habit. And the biggest business habit is email. A form of technology invented in 1971 is too often the primary tool to communicate and collaborate in today’s business environment. Think about that. We have stretched that outdated technology to work in a way it was not initially intended. We make folders. We make subfolders. We scroll through endless conversations in the all-too-often vain attempt to find attachments. We need a productivity-boosting, headache-ending upgrade.
Enter SharePoint – the center of the O365 universe.