In my previous jobs as a Gymnastics Instructor, National Womens Gymnastics Judge, and a Cashier/Costumer Service Representative, I have encountered the obstacles of answering any question a customer may have, and confronting others with concerns. I have been a Gymnastics Instructor for about seven years, with this, I help concerned parents, answer any questions from any customer, and do miscellaneous office work, such as answering phones, filing, and computer work. I am very committed to helping anyone I can with any possible question they may have.
The earliest age to become a National Womens Gymnastics Judge is 16 years old. The year I turned 16, I went to San Jose, California and took the National test to become a Certified Judge, and I passed. Having passed the test at such a young age, I became the youngest judge in Region III Gymnastics. I can now judge sanctioned Competitions all over our region. This helped me as an instructor to educate my gymnast on how to get better scores, and excel in their gymnastics career. Along with the achievement of passing the test, I was promoted to lead an optional level gymnastics team.
Having became a National Judge at such a young age, this promoted me as a coach and also an educator to other coaches, parents, and students. Judging only occurs on some weekends during the Gymnastics season. During that time I am responsible for knowing each level of routines, how much skills are worth, knowing where to take deductions, staying consistent during each routine, and giving the athlete a fair score for each event. Sometimes as judges we are asked by coaches why the athlete got that particular score, we are responsible for going back to our files, finding that routine, and giving an explanation for that gymnast.
I began coaching when I was also 10 years old. I was first asked to be a "Camp Helper", this moved forward to being an assistant coach, and pretty soon coaching my very own dance, cheer and gymnastics classes. Not only did I have the responsibility of making sure each and everyone of my students were excelling and having fun, I also did different office jobs such as filing, answering phone calls and questions, and computer work. My main priority is to make sure every parent and student leaves the academy satisfied and excited for their next class.
This was a family owned business that I worked in the Summer time. I began working here at 11 years old and continued until I was 16. During these 5 years, I sold our produce products, cashed out customers when they were done shopping, and answered any questions or concerns they may have had with our product. I throughly enjoyed helping each customer, though some had tougher obstacles than others, I never left a problem unsolved.
Currently I will be getting a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. I plan on taking that Bachelors and continuing on to get my Ph.D in Physical Therapy. I enjoy working with others, helping them to recover from their injury and get them back doing the sport they love to do, as I myself have been in that situation many of times.
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