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Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Summary

I assess myself to be Strongly articulate with experience in community engagement; Implementation of tasks and consideration when delegating to others; Adaptable to my environment and capable of working with minimal resources. Criminology and Criminal Justice graduate with experience in legal assistance and administration. Strong technical proficiency with work history in Analytics. In-depth knowledge of Microsoft coupled with research and analytic abilities. Proven history of Computer Skills and Perseverance. Dedicated candidate known for punctuality, pursuing employment options where devotion and positive attitude will make a difference. Organized and motivated candidate eagerly seeking entry-level opportunities to expand skills while facilitating company growth.

Skills
  • Emotional awareness
  • Friendly, positive attitude
  • Reliable and trustworthy
  • Conflict resolution
  • Leadership
  • Computer skills
  • Collaboration
  • Superb legal research skills
  • Understands confidentiality
  • Conflict mediation
  • Risk management
  • Office administration
  • Recruiting
  • Team-oriented
  • Project management
  • Good Delegation
  • File and Records Management
  • Project coordination
  • Incomparable Customer Service
  • Negotiation
  • Strategic Planning
  • Active Listening & Critical Thinking
  • Public Speaking
  • Goal Oriented
  • Problem Solving/ Conflict Resolution
  • Indomitable Work Ethic
  • Exceptional Professionalism
  • Flexibility
  • Adaptability
  • Compelling Leadership
  • Profound Loyalty
  • Intrinsic Motivation
Experience
09/2020 to Current Community Guidance Member Relx Group | Tulsa, OK,
  • Developed GEAR UP vision prompting discussion and reflections Served on Hire Panels for GEAR UP Mentor recruits.
  • Connected with grass-roots groups within an organization to solidify partnerships, build support, and garner attention for key messages.
  • Collected input from diverse individuals and formed cohesive opinion positions.
05/2019 to 06/2021 Youth/Community Advocacy Council Member Oregon Zoo | City, STATE,
  • Collaborated with diverse youth on worthy projects conveying inner-city barriers Advised Oregon Zoo rebranding encouraging marginalized and underrepresented demographics Advised Youth/Community Advocacy Council branding reimagination Organized Proposals for Oregon Zoo Hierarchy Offcials and Executive Sta Served as aide to the public through underrepresented families visiting the Oregon Zoo Collaborated with youth and Executive Sta towards Zoo Bond Project.
  • Built and deepened partnerships with other stakeholders to more effectively carry out agendas.
  • Maintained up to date understanding of local and regional news and developments.
  • Prioritized and organized tasks to efficiently accomplish goals.
  • Juggled multiple projects and tasks to ensure high quality and timely delivery.
06/2017 to 04/2021 WPES Intern Metro | City, STATE,
  • Organized & Facilitated Meetings that prompted logistical issues, briefings, and program developments
  • Co-Facilitated on hiring panels that resulted in new position fillings
  • Preparation/Development of Future Programs measured by the yearly capacity of interns
  • Created/Edited written technical reports measurable by community participation and input
  • Involved in Community Outreach resulting in discretional and obliged assistance with the public
  • Efficient in Data Entry measurable by community participation and understanding of Metro capabilities
  • Collaboration & Team Building measured by formal and informal teamwork on projects
  • Worked well in team environment as well as independently.
  • Demonstrated enthusiasm and strong communication skill, remaining open to learning new things every day.
  • Provided assistance to others to complete tasks on time.
  • Completed assigned duties and consistently produced high volume of work to support daily business needs.
  • Analyzed and prioritized multiple responsibilities.
  • Participated in various extracurricular activities to build skills set.
  • Adhered to strict security protocols to protect legal and data confidentiality.
  • Transcribed detailed notes during staff meetings to distribute to department.
  • Assisted department staff by answering phone calls and responding to emails.
  • Liaised with management and instructors to receive constructive criticism for areas needing improvement.
  • Managed office paperwork, including scanning documents and routing business correspondence.
  • Shadowed full-time staff such as Analysts for an extended period to learn best approaches.
  • Shadowed Legal professionals such as Attorneys, Legal Assistants, and Paralegals for summation of 1+ years to familiarize routines and legal boundaries
  • Shadowed Enforcement professionals such as Probation/Parole Officers, Law Enforcement, and adjacent for an extended period to comprehend enforcement roles reimagined and become familiar with aggressor skill set
  • Worked alongside senior team members to learn related job tasks and roles.
  • Accepted instruction from management regarding assignments and tasks.
  • Performed clerical tasks, including answering emails, ordering supplies and organizing and cleaning workplace.
  • Participated in weekly staff meetings and team building events.
  • Assisted Educators with coordination of daily activities for projects.
  • Helped generate and compile new leads for potential client growth.
  • Used library and scholarly databases to locate reliable resources.
  • Completed thorough research into different topics and prepared reports detailing information obtained and relevant insights.
  • Grasped new materials, processes and programs quickly to maximize performance.
  • Helped to perform common and skilled procedures.
  • Worked in various departments to gain hands-on experience, including the Office of Metro Attorneys department and the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion department.
  • Updated documentation and reports for business records.
  • Reviewed diverse organizational problems to assess concerns with areas such as workflows, communication and cost controls.
  • Attended group and project meetings to compile notes and share updates.
  • Leveraged Microsoft Word and PowerPoint to prepare reports, presentations and articles.
01/2021 to 02/2021 CUPA Search Committee Member Portland State University | City, STATE,
  • Appeared & Contributed to scheduled meetings regarding hiring process for next CUPA Dean
  • Narrowed down a list of traits and qualities necessary for CUPA Dean role
  • Collaborated with other PSU Staff and stakeholders to piece together a picturesque CUPA Dean based on character and persona
  • Met with committee members on a weekly basis to review and develop ideas.
  • Devised strategic improvements to resolve issues and spearhead necessary operational updates.
09/2020 to 12/2020 Boystrength Educator & Intern Portland Police Bureau | City, STATE,
  • Organized virtual spaces for youth prompting mentorship and guidance
  • Troubleshooting virtual software for virtual experiences with youth
  • Planned and co-facilitated extensive agendas for virtual spaces with youth prompting extensive discussions, lessons, and curriculum
  • Resolved software errors and broken pathways ensuring transferability to virtual spaces and presentations
  • Developed material shareable with potential stakeholders and youth
  • Persuade stakeholders and leadership of redirection
  • Assembled an extensive (10-week) curriculum for youth to follow
  • Reinforced vision for both relevance and practicality in curriculum as it resonates with youth on an individualized basis
  • Encouraged positive self-esteem and mutual respect for others while instilling joy of learning and discovery.
  • Instructed students individually and in groups, utilizing various teaching methods.
  • Involved parents in student education by cultivating strong relationships.
08/2017 to 06/2019 GEAR uP College Advocate Mentor Portland Public School District | City, STATE,
  • Skilled Public Speaking prompting versatility in holding conversations
  • Mentoring & Positive Reinforcement resulting in productive and genuine conversations with youth
  • Interacted with diverse, marginalized, and at-risk youth
  • Experienced strongly in Project Management
  • Developed & Facilitated Presentations to Classrooms and Faculty
  • Facilitated Meetings establishing ideas and receptive of feedback
  • Directed and Participated in team building trainings and practices
  • Networked with Pivotal Community Members & Programs
  • Worked with pupils to identify learning style and select appropriate teaching methods.
  • Offered last-minute tutoring to pupils prior to examinations.
  • Communicated with teachers to provide students with comprehensive support.
  • Worked with students to hone Focus and Discipline skills.
06/2016 to 09/2016 Community Engagement in Leadership Mentor Lewis & Clark College | City, STATE,
  • Experience in Data Analysis prompting in discovery of behavioral trends
  • Efficient in Data Entry resulting in effective and ineffective variables
  • Development/Presentation of Research Outcomes
  • Established positive relationships with community groups, stakeholders and volunteers to coordinate strategic efforts.
  • Promoted productive interactions between communities and facilitated citizen participation.
  • Maintained professionality and efficiency while working closely with leadership.
  • Worked closely with team members to deliver project requirements, develop solutions and meet deadlines.
09/2015 to 06/2016 HR Intern Port Of Portland | City, STATE,
  • Experience with onboarding, training and out-processing
  • Completed Hire documents and managed recordkeeping.
  • Assisted with new hire orientation preparation, scheduling and administration.
  • Developed and maintained training materials and benefits packets for new hires.
  • Strong time management and prioritization in tasks
  • Wrote and proofread letters and other documents.
  • Liaised with HR management to devise and update policies based on changing industry and social trends.
  • Developed and maintained Excel tracking spreadsheets.
  • Aided teammates with payroll processing and documentation.
  • Demonstrated awareness, understanding and skills necessary to work in diverse environment.
  • Organized and stored employment forms and information.
Education and Training
Expected in 06/2021 to to Bachelor of Arts | Criminal Justice/Criminology Portland State University, CUPA, Portland, OR, GPA:

GPA: 3.4

  • Bradley N. Horner Memorial Endowed Award Recipient
  • Linda Nettekoven Public Involvement Award Recipient
  • Major in Criminal Justice
  • Completed coursework in Policing In America, Criminal Justice Research and Crime Analysis
  • Completed an extensive collaborative project with the Dept. of Community Justice (DCJ) to survey and report juvenile and faculty livelihood
  • Excelled in coursework fundamentally focused in; American Courts, Punishment and Corrections and Crime Control Strategies
  • Completed courses emphasizing sociology of Criminal justice in; Theories of Crime & Justice, Criminal Justice & Popular Culture and Criminal Law & Legal Reasoning
  • Completed coursework centering introspective criminal justice through; Counseling Skills for CCJ, Human Behavior & the Law and Crime Myths
  • National Society of Collegiate Scholars Member
Expected in 06/2017 to to Middle College Diploma | Jefferson High School, Portland, OR, GPA:
Expected in 06/2016 to to | De La Salle North Catholic High School, Portland, OR, GPA:
Expected in 06/2015 to to | Reynolds High School, Troutdale, OR, GPA:
Accomplishments
  • Linda Nettekoven Public Involvement Awarded based on Exceptional academic performance and background Page 4 Prominent Projects and Research Reports Behavioral Neuroscience — A diverse unit behind the scenes at OHSU look at how intuitive biases and compare the reactions of mentally disabled participants with participants who lack mental disabilities with the Fusiform Face Area.
  • Which is the process of responding di erently to facial expressions with race being the dependent variable.
  • These facial expressions are a variety of common facial expressions based on emotional distress, excitement, etc.
  • Annual Crime Briefing Report — Crime analytics relevant to the Salem, OR area for the fiscal year 2014-2015.
  • A group of students, including myself took to decoding and assembling comprehensive statistics and mapping trends for Portland and Southeast Portland’s crime patterns.
  • Presentence Investigation Report (PSI)— Draft of a report illuminating an.
  • Enders criminal history, social barriers, psychological barriers, and other demographic indications and noteworthy traits Dept.
  • Community Justice (DCJ) Juvenile Advocacy Project— Worked on a team to create a survey for the youth at DEL (Donald E Long juvenile detention) in Multnomah County, to determine what types of activities they would like to have volunteers provide, and for sta to understand their receptiveness for this new programming.
  • Collected, organized and presented survey data to relevant leadership and stakeholders, folks who are obligated and concerned with the way of things at DCJ.
  • Page 5.
Websites, Portfolios, Profiles
  • https://www.linkedin.com/in/Jessica-Claire-282a92190

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Portland State University, CUPA
  • Jefferson High School
  • De La Salle North Catholic High School
  • Reynolds High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Community Guidance Member
  • Youth/Community Advocacy Council Member
  • WPES Intern
  • CUPA Search Committee Member
  • Boystrength Educator & Intern
  • GEAR uP College Advocate Mentor
  • Community Engagement in Leadership Mentor
  • HR Intern

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Middle College Diploma

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