Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary
Highly motivated Sales Associate with extensive customer service and sales experience. Outgoing sales professional with track record of driving increased sales, improving buying experience and elevating company profile with target market.

Strong oral and written communication skills

Experience with particle detector technologies

Proficient in Python, C++, and the ROOT framework


Sets goals

Natural problem solver

Work History
Aresty Research Assistant, 08/2013 to 04/2014
Rutgers University Aresty ProgramCity, STATE,

Worked under Professor of Physics Yuri Gershtein through the Rutgers Aresty Research Assistant Program 

Built a small cosmic ray detector to research the feasibility of a redesigned muon system for the proposed Heavy Photon Search at Jefferson Laboratory

Learned skills in woodworking and electronics while exploring particle detection technology

Participated in bi-weekly meetings to discuss research with other undergraduates in similar fields

Learned how to give a scientific presentation and write a literature review

Made a final presentation at a research symposium for undergraduates in May 2014

Undergraduate Researcher - Muon Detector, 05/2014 to 04/2015
Rutgers University Physics DepartmentCity, STATE,

Continued work from the Aresty Research program as a paid summer undergraduate researcher in the Physics Department under the supervision of Professor Yuri Gershtein

Learned to code with C++, Python, and the ROOT framework

Finalized the experimental setup during the summer of 2014

Collected and analyzed data from the experiment during the Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 semesters

Undergraduate Departmental Honors Thesis - CMS, 05/2015 to Current
Rutgers University Physics DepartmentCity, STATE,

Began work with the CMS collaboration at Rutgers in June 2015 in preparation for work towards a Departmental Honors Thesis during my final two semesters

Gained further skills in programming with work under Professor Yuri Gershtein and Dr. Kevin Nash by developing analysis software for the b* hadronic channel search

Learned more about the field of high energy experimental physics by participating in weekly meetings with other students and faculty members in the Rutgers CMS collaboration

Writing Tutor Intern, 08/2013 to 11/2013
Rutgers University Plangere Writing CenterCity, STATE,

Attended weekly workshops and read articles on tutoring strategies for writing with an emphasis on minimalist tutoring

Participated in discussions about tutoring pedagogy with other interns and Writing Center Coordinator Brendon Votipka

Tutored two writing sessions per week for the Fall 2013 semester

Offered a part-time position as a tutor and session chief and the conclusion of the internship

Tutor and Session Chief, 01/2014 to Current
Rutgers University Plangere Writing CenterCity, STATE,

Developed an aptitude for teaching by tutoring introductory and upper-level writing courses 

Strengthened communication skills by working with students whose first language was not English

Expanded leadership skills by managing sessions and serving as a resource for other tutors

Bachelor of Science: Physics, Expected in Current
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey - Piscataway, NJ

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School Attended

  • Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Job Titles Held:

  • Aresty Research Assistant
  • Undergraduate Researcher - Muon Detector
  • Undergraduate Departmental Honors Thesis - CMS
  • Writing Tutor Intern
  • Tutor and Session Chief


  • Bachelor of Science

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