Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Engaging speaker for the students and children ministries. Experienced college campus ministry worker. Motivated mission coordinator with solid experience managing all levels of mission projects, including preparation, actual leading, budgeting and administration. Submissive leader talented at coordinating event, equipping new leaders and organizing student ministry. Technically-savvy with outstanding relationship building, training and presentation skills.

  • Program management
  • Natural leader
  • Collaborative manager
  • Exceptional communication skills
  • Analytical thinker
  • Compassionate and active listener
  • Innovative teaching methods
  • Engaging public speaker
  • Effective use of multi-media teaching tools
  • Committed to cultivating student leadership
  • Computer-savvy
  • Promoted to 1.5 Student Ministry Director after 2 years of paid-internship at church.
  • Coordinated a carnival that united 10+ different churches together to fundraise for a cause. 
  • Fundraised $5000 revenue in one afternoon at the Carnival.
  • Organized and led mission teams to different countries in Asia for the past 3 years. 
Ministry Experience(s)
1.5 Generation Student Ministry Director, 2016 to Current
Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.Chicago, IL,
  • Preached and communicated effectively with students from diverse backgrounds.
  • Inspired students to translate their academic interests and Biblical knowledge into the real world by taking positive actions.
  • Led weekly Friday meetings.
  • Evaluated team member performance and offered constructive feedback.
  • Mentored college students and young adults.
  • Oversaw all student ministry events and retreats.
Mission Coordinator, 04/2013 to Current
Evangelical Formosan Church Of IrvineCity, STATE,
  • Implemented the new format and strategies for the mission conferences which recruited more missionaries for the upcoming year's mission trips.
  • Responsible for missions' recruitment and training. 
  • Responsible for organization and leading short-term oversea mission trips to Asia. 
  • Coordinated cross-cultural mission trip to India and communicated with people of different cultural backgrounds.
  • Preached to different people groups 
Chairperson of Mandarin Youth Fellowship, 08/2013 to 09/2014
Evangelical Formosan Church Of IrvineCity, STATE,
  • Responsible for coordinating the entire year's weekly event for the fellowship that consists about 50 students.
  • Responsible for coordinating annual youth spring camp. 
  • Shepherded the college student leadership team that has about 15 people. 
  • Led and facilitated college staff meeting quarterly
  • Coordinated annual UCI campus outreach 
: Master of Divinity, Expected in 2017
Biola University- Talbot School of Theology - La Mirada, CA
Pastoral General
Bachelor of Arts: Political Science, Expected in 2013
University of California - Riverside, CA
Political Science
Strong public speaker, Multi-tasking, Budgeting, Conflict resolution, English, Mandarin, Team leadership, Lesson planning, Project management, Recruitment, Staff development

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  • Biola University- Talbot School of Theology
  • University of California

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