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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Educator and Counselor with experience serving youth and adults and supporting mental health and facilitating effective coping with issues such depression, anxiety, financial and career concerns, and interpersonal relationships. Solid reputation as a conscientious, hard working and proactive professional.

Experience
Counselor, 08/2015 to Current
University Of VermontBurlington, VT,
  • Regularly review and assess data and trends related to student enrollment, attendance, behavior support, adjustment, academic achievement, and progress toward graduation.
  • Provide comprehensive educational evaluations and support programs to 6-18 year old, analyzing and interpreting assessment results, recommending relevant interventions and appropriate placements.
  • Serving exceptional students, through result-based case management. This includes identifying area of needs, planning a comprehensive approach to deliver services to meet needs, and facilitating monitoring systems to review data, planning, and process.
  • Presenting in-service training and workshop to school administrators, teachers, support staff members, and parents, on topics of great importance to the education.
  •   Assist in the development of initiatives and efforts related to attendance improvement, creation of safe and welcoming school environments, student adjustment and discipline, violence prevention, and parent engagement. 
  • Facilitate collaborative partnerships to increase awareness, engagement, communication, and recognition of all stakeholders toward the goal of better outcomes for all students. 
  •  Assist in the development of initiatives and policy and procedure bulletins in all areas related to child welfare including, but not limited to, attendance improvement, school safety, violence prevention, pupil discipline, enrollment and dropout prevention. 
  • Develop and implement training to school and District personnel on California Education Code and District policies and procedures related to child welfare and attendance of students.
  •   Ensure protection of educational and due process rights for students including, but not limited to, students in foster care, students who are homeless, pregnant and parenting teens, probation youth, camp returnees, students referred for expulsion, students who have been expelled, and other students at-risk for school failure and dropout. 
  •  Monitor student attendance and academic progress to support early identification and intervention with at risk students. 
  • Participate in and/or facilitate multidisciplinary intervention teams such as Student Success Team, Coordination of Services Team, School Attendance Review Team, Resource Panel, School Attendance Review Board, Discipline Review Team, and Attendance and Dropout Prevention Team to provide coordinated support and intervention. 
  •  Provide evidence-based child welfare and attendance services, including advocacy and clinical case management to identified, at-risk students to facilitate student engagement, attendance, academic achievement, improve social adjustment and school stability. 
  •  Assess and provide guidance to students, parents/guardians, and school staff regarding school and community resources, including alternative educational and credit recovery programs, to ameliorate barriers to learning and high school graduation. 
  •  Prepare referrals to local Resource Panel, School Attendance Review Teams (SART), the School Attendance Review Board (SARB), City Attorney’s Office, and District Attorney’s Office. 
Student Assist , 2010 to 05/2012
Los Angeles Southwest CollegeCity, STATE,
  • Planned, coordinated, and monitored all aspects of procedural requirements for college supported programs to ensure continued growth and set goals for student satisfaction.
  • Created and maintained a positive working environment through the application of high participation skills organization, planning, and guided direction.
  • Worked effectively with computers and other forms of technology utilized in providing high quality communicate professionally and clearly with students and staff, both orally and in written form.
  • Establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with on-campus students, faculty administrators and staff, as well as, off-campus community and educational partners.
  • Strong commitment to customer services and development, and to the continued development and improvement of departmental success.
Counseling Intern, 2009 to 05/2010
Barack Obama AcademyCity, STATE,
  • Individual Counseling In grades 6 through 8, counseled students using theorists' foundational principals, cognitive behavioral, person- centered, and reality approaches to assist individual students with environmental issues, complex family issues and academy achievement and promotion.
  • Group Counseling Counseled cooed (twelve boys and girls) students on behavioral issues and created an invention program base on Los Angeles Unified School District data on discipline and suspension rate of certain individual students.
  • Initial invention program introduction .and by-monthly meeting, group invention discuss and strategies Classroom Guidance Developed 8th grade organizational summit for students transiting into high school.
  • The organizational summit was developed to educate students on the elements for continual academic success.
  • Topics discuss and modeled during planned lesson included understanding what type of student they are, time management, note taking skills, academic stress related issues and proper health and good diet.
Education
Master of Science: School Counseling ,Pupil Personnel Service Credential, Expected in 2012
National University - La Jolla, CA
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Master of Science: Educational Administration,Preliminary Administrative Service Credential ( Tier I), Expected in 2014
National University - La Jolla, CA
GPA:
: CA Preliminary Adult Education Credential, Expected in 2014
California State University - Dominguez Hills - Carson, CA
GPA:
: California Elementary Teaching Credential Program: K-8, Interdisciplinary Studies Credential, Expected in 2008
California State University - Dominguez Hills - Carson, CA
GPA:
Bachelor of Science: Applied Studies and Business , Expected in 2000
California State University - Carson , CA
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School Attended
  • National University
  • National University
  • California State University - Dominguez Hills
  • California State University - Dominguez Hills
  • California State University
Job Titles Held:
  • Counselor
  • Student Assist
  • Counseling Intern
Degrees
  • Master of Science
  • Master of Science
  • Bachelor of Science

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