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Jessica Claire
, , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
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Professional Summary

Passionate and dependable coach. With seven years of coaching experience. As a Division One recruit under coach Pat Popolizio at Binghamton University and finishing at SUNY Cortland under Ryan Leblanc and Brad Bruhn, I began running private one on one practices with high school students. At the high school level, Ive trained (1) NHSCA National Champion, (3)NYS D2 state champions.(8) state qualifiers (1)D3 NCAA AA Ive ran my own youth and elite clubs for 4 years and coached for SVEC high school in 2018.

Skills
  • Focus and Follow-Through
  • Management Training
  • Performance Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Policy Development and Enforcement
  • Motivational Leadership
  • Skill Teaching
  • Constructive Feedback
  • Student Advocacy
  • Word Processing
  • Operational Excellence
  • Strategic Vision
  • Job Assignments
  • Logistics
  • Self Reflection
  • Skill Breakdown
  • Safety management
Work History
09/2020 to Current
Coach and Director of Operations Falcon School District 49 Peyton, CO,


  • Achieved team goals through formalized training plans, coaching and performance management.
  • Teaching strategies and techniques to optimize my athletes performances.
  • Travel across the country in pursuit of the best competition and training partners with my team.
  • Fund raise to help assist families with the cost of traveling to national events.
  • Providing a safe and inclusive environment.
  • Assisted in recruiting, hiring and training of team members.
  • Handled problematic customers and clients to assist lower-level employees and maintain excellent customer service.
  • Build a program from the ground up. I had two long term goals for my wrestling program.

- (1.) First and foremost, I wanted to create an environment that is inclusive for all ages, abilities, genders, & race. This is of upmost importance to me because by providing this type of environment, I am better able to positively impact each and every one of my students. Wrestling has provided me with more tools to become successful than any other person and or activity and in turn, I am determined to introduce this sport to as many human beings as possible. My wrestling program has three age groups/skill levels.


Our beginner’s group, in which we call our ninjas, are for students who are ages 6-10 years old. These practices are structured towards developing our students psychomotor skills and learning the basics of wrestling. During these practices you’ll see more gymnastic type exercises than wrestling drills. Our overall goal for this age group it to help students develop their basic motor skills, hand eye coordination and core strength all while the students have fun. Through my “kidsnastics” exercise program, students gain confidence which I believe to be the most important attribute that any kid can be given. My students and their families are discouraged from competing simply because progression isn’t best measured through wins and loses and competition brings out the worst in most parents which negatively impacts my students growth and love for the sport. Practices are held once during the spring and summer and twice throughout the fall and winter seasons.


Our next age group are for students ages 10-12 years old. At the stage, practices start to become more serious and structure. This is the stage in which I encourage my athletes to wrestle only local tournaments and no more than 20 matches a year. Also, this is the age in which I introduce freestyle and Greco wrestling. I hold practice three times a week for fall, winter and spring seasons and twice during the summer. One of the major skills I work on within this age group is self reflection after each practice. With some guidance, students start becoming more and more proficient at being able to diagnose mistakes and or skills that they need to improve on.


Our last age group is more based around skill level and overall love and commitment of the sport. This group is directly related to my second long term/ overall goal. (See below) Within this group, practices are very structured and I provide time slots for individual workouts as well. This team will compete at High school nationals, Fargo, Disney duals along with their high school and or college seasons. My responsibilities here are simply to help my athletes become age level national and world champions. Along with molding them into well rounded people: I stress the importance of being winners on and off the mat. If my athletes are solely winning on the mat but falling short in every other aspect of their lives, then frankly, they are losing.

(2.) Secondly, I set out to help those who have aspirations to become NCAA Champions and Olympic champions an environment in which they can achieve these lifelong goals.

08/2022 to 11/2022
Assistant Wrestling Coach Bdr, Inc. Seattle, WA,
  • Planned and executed each and every team and individual practices.
  • Recruit athletes by consistently contacting them over the phone and in person visits.
  • Establishing a healthy but successful team environment.
  • Assist head coach with clerical tasks.
  • Breaking down film from competition by myself to better plan practice along with breaking down film with my student athlete to enable their growth.
  • Monitor study hall/ study table.
  • Helped set up and tear down all wrestling events:
11/2018 to 05/2019
Head Coach High School Wrestling Coach, Spencer High School City, STATE,
  • Designing and running practice develop individual training programs to peak during post season.
  • Mentor and be an excellent role model for my athletes
  • Plan scheduling and coordinate transportation to and from competitions.
  • Fund raise to enable team to travel to the best tournaments within the state and pay for lodging.
  • Establish line up through shuffling, wrestle offs, and or double entry’s if possible.
  • Show technique and demonstrate how to properly and safely drill.
  • Provide a safe and productive environment which allows each and everyone of my athletes the ability to have fun but still achieve their overall goals.
08/2016 to 06/2017
Volunteer Assistant Coach SUNY Cortland City, STATE,
  • Motivated athletes to become stronger, more agile and more effective through training habits and proper nutrition.
  • Evaluated individual knowledge, skills and strengths and assigned team positions to maximize talent areas.
  • Conferred with head coaches to determine weaknesses in current team roster and develop recruitment plans.
  • Work with athletes weighing 125-149lbs
  • Helps run morning practices (strength & conditioning)
  • Helped coach at tournaments
Education
Expected in 06/2011
Regents Diploma:
Tioga Senior High School - Tioga Center, NY
GPA:
  • Elected Captain of Football & Wrestling team
  • Received Chamberlain scholarship (awarded to students who volunteer throughout their community while excelling within the classroom and in athletics)
  • Signed my NLI and athletic scholarship to wrestle for the University of Binghamton.
  • Awarded 2009 NYS WorldWide Wrestler of the Year. (Award given to a wrestler who accumulated the most points throughout the year. Points given for win vs loss ratio (55-1) State title and or place winners (1st- 50 pts) & National place finish (2nd 75pts)
  • Selected to NYS top Seniors list (7th)
  • Top 150 recruit in the entire country selected by Win magazine
  • 5 time section 4 champion
  • 4 time national high school coaches association high school all-American (9th grade-3rd/ 10th grade 2nd/ 11th grade 4th/ 12th 6th)
  • 3 time NYS finalist (1,2,1)
  • 2 time NYS champion (2009,2011)
Expected in
N/a : Completed 4 Semesters
SUNY At Binghamton - Binghamton, NY
GPA:
Expected in
Completed 1 Semester : 4.0
SUNY Broome Community College - Binghamton, NY
GPA:
Expected in 08/2015
Physical Education : Still Need To Complete Student Teaching
SUNY Cortland - Cortland, NY,
GPA:

GPA: 3.2

  • Awarded Scholar All-American
  • Dean's List Fall & Spring 2015
  • Member of National Honor Society of leadership and success
  • Elected Captain of Wrestling
  • Awarded Best Teammate and Hardest worker
Accomplishments

Accomplishment

  • 2015-2016 NCAA Scholar All American
  • 5x section 4 champion (NY)
  • Overall HS career record of 255-18
  • Overall College record of 43-15
  • Named to the 2011 CAA freshman team (Binghamton) along with being named December/January freshman of the month
  • 4X NHSCA High School All American
  • 3X NYS finalist
  • 2X NYS champion
  • Helped Team to a top 15 NCAA finish 2011-2012 finishing 12th, first time in program history. (Binghamton)
  • Helped team to Top 6 finish at NCAAs finishing 6th (2015) Cortland
  • 2009 NYS Worldwide wrestler of the year
  • Teammate of the year (2015)
  • Hardest worked (2015)
Certifications

-first aid/aed/ cpr certified (may need to renew)

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School Attended

  • Tioga Senior High School
  • SUNY At Binghamton
  • SUNY Broome Community College
  • SUNY Cortland

Job Titles Held:

  • Coach and Director of Operations
  • Assistant Wrestling Coach
  • Head Coach
  • Volunteer Assistant Coach

Degrees

  • Regents Diploma
  • N/a
  • Completed 1 Semester
  • Physical Education

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