Brandt Reutimann

121 E Lake Street Fort Collins, CO 80524

(206) 819-0496 |


  • Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
  • Double Major
    • Bachelor of Science, Computer Science, 2018
    • Bachelor of Science, Human Centered Applied Computing Technologies, 2018
  • GPA: 3.986
  • Relevant Coursework: Java Programming, Introduction to Object Oriented Programming (Java), Algorithms and Data Structures (Java), Algorithm Design (Python), Software Design in C++, Computer Organization (C and assembler), Web Design (PHP, JavaScript, SQL, Bootstrap), Software Engineering, Computer Security


  • Experience coding in Java, C, Python, PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, C++,
  • Git, GitHub, Agile, Scrum, Test Driven Development, Travis CI, Maven, Eclipse, Unix, MySQL, SQLite
  • Writes concise, clear, and efficient emails. I practice this skill in my role as fraternity president.
  • Strong leadership skills from leading my fraternity and executive board. I take charge by leading the chapter to develop a vision, strategy, and SMART goals.
  • Organizational and time management skills with the ability to manage various tasks and prioritize effectively. Developed through a full-time course load, research position, and fraternity leadership.
  • Communication skills from customer service role at Nordstrom and from working with external stakeholders (alumni, parents, and the CSU Greek community) as fraternity president.


Sigma Nu Fraternity, Fort Collins, CO – Eminent Commander,
  • Delegate responsibilities to respective chairs and committees by determining which tasks are pertinent to chapter success.
  • Manage the Executive Board by leading goal setting sessions, setting deadlines, and adapting our chapter’s calendar.
  • Lead Chapter Meetings using parliamentary procedures.
  • Coordinate Executive Team to produce deliverable reports of chapter progress and meet deliverable deadline.
  • Motivate members to participate in meaningful service and philanthropy activities.
  • Recruit members to live in the chapter house and works with the alumni housing board to protect long term chapter goals.
Research Group, Fort Collins, CO – Research Assistant/Programmer,
2017 January – May
  • Debug research software used to determine how research participants manage uncertainty.
  • Work with other team members to refactor the project and develop models for requirement management, set up tools for configuration management, and maintain project integrity.
Nordstrom Bellevue Square, Bellevue, WA – Styling Support,
Summer and Winter 2016
  • Practiced excellent customer service skills like responding punctually to complaints or keeping open and honest communication.
  • Promptly and effectively communicated with managers, customers, and team members to resolve customer’s issues and help improve the team’s process.
  • Worked with independence by updating my manager on tasks completed and in progress. Stayed on task when working independently in multiple departments and asked for help when necessary.