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

Eager individual with superior skills in working in both team-based and independent capacities. Bringing strong work ethic and excellent organizational skills to any setting.

Experience
Dance Office Assistant and Production Coorinator, 09/2018 to Current
Central Bbq Nashville, TN,
Cashier, 06/2019 to 08/2019
Waimea Historic Theatre City, STATE,
Dental Hygienist Job Shadow, 12/2018 to 01/2019
Kauai Dental Care City, STATE,
  • Studied new and advanced dental hygiene methods and technology by completing 17 hours of dental observation at office.
  • Learned about proper oral hygiene, dental cleaning, x-rays, sterilization of dental tools, patient communication, computer software, and office management.
Dental Hygiene Observation, 11/2018 to 11/2018
Pacific University Dental Clinic City, STATE,
  • Observed dental hygiene students for 3 hours as they examined teeth and gum with appropriate dental instruments, x-rays and other diagnostic equipment.
  • Observed dental hygiene students as they manually and visually examined gums to determine periodontal disease.
  • Observed dental hygiene students as they scaled, polished and applied sealants and fluorides.
Education
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/2018
to
Kamehameha Schools Kapalama - Honolulu, HI,
GPA:

Four year high school boarder student

: Dental Hygiene, Expected in
to
Pacific University - Forest Grove, OR
GPA:
Awards and Honors
  • Kamehameha Schools Acceptance 2013
  • Honor Society for High School Students 2013-2018
  • 4 years of High School Honor Roll
  • Pacific University Acceptance 2018
  • Awards in the Merrie Monarch Hula Competition 2017-2018

- Merrie Monarch 2017:

- 3rd place in the Hālau Hula Kahiko Competition (group competition for ancient style Hawaiian dance)

- Merrie Monarch 2018:

- 3rd place in the Hālau Hula Kahiko Competition (group competition for ancient style Hawaiian dance)

- 2nd place in the Hālau Hula Auana Competition (group competition for modern style Hawaiian dance)

- 2nd place Wāhine Overall (based on Kahiko and Auana average score)

-3rd place Competition Overall (scored third highest in the entire competition amongst men and women groups)

  • Elected 3 times as a Class Representative for the Kapuaiwa Dormitory Council
  • Elected as a Dormitory Representative onto the Kamehameha Schools Dormitory Residence Advisory Council 2017-2018
  • Selected twice for the Kamehameha Schools Hōʻike which is a Hula broadcast televised world wide
  • Kamehameha Schools Graduation 2018
Scholarships
  • Kamehameha Schools Kauaʻi Association 10th Grade Academic Scholarship (2016)
  • Kekaha Elementary School Holly Camara Scholarship (2018)
  • Kamehameha Schools Kauaʻi Association Academic Scholarship for High School Seniors (2016)
  • Kamehameha Schools Nā Hoʻokama (2018-2019 & 2019-2020)
  • Pacific University: University Scholar Scholarship (2018-2019 & 2019-2020)
Volunteer Experiences
  • Komen Hawaiʻi Race for the Cure

- On October 15, 2017 and October 14, 2018 I actively volunteered for 6 hours by encouraging and passing out water to participants at the Komen Hawaiʻi Race for the Cure Event. This event is put on to honor the lives that were lost to breast cancer, raise funds for those fighting breast cancer, and encourage women to get mammograms.

  • Hawaii Seniors’ Fair: The Good Life Expo.

- On September 22, 2017 I volunteered for 7 hours by directing senior citizens to their desired destinations at the Hawaii Seniors’ Fair: The Good Life Expo. At this event, Kaiser Permanente senior citizens could attend to get a no-cost flu shot and get helpful health information.

  • Kamehameha Schools Relay For Life

- On August 21, 2014, August 22, 2015, August 20, 2016, and August 19, 2017 the Kamehameha Schools Relay For Life is put on to honor those that have lost their lives to cancer and uplift the ones that currently battle cancer. I volunteered for 4 hours on each of these days by setting up and working at a booth that provided free snack to those that attended the event.

  • Kamehameha Schools Maunaʻala Clean Up Day

- On December 15 from the 2014 to 2017 I volunteered 3 hours of my time where I and a few others cleaned the burial site of fallen Hawaiian Chiefs that founded Kamehameha Schools.

  • Kekaha E Ola Mau Celebration

- On July 4, 2018 and 2019 I volunteered for 12 hours by setting up a booth and selling merchandise. This event in Kekaha, Kauaʻi called the Kekaha E Ola Mau Celebration is a event on 4th of July to celebrate the accomplishments of community members and to raise money for the communities facilities.

  • Kekaha Elementary School Bathroom Painting

- On July 30, 2018 and January 3, 2019 I volunteered for 10 hours on each day. My friend and I organized this project by the Kekaha Elementary School Administration where she and I painted words and pictures of encouragement in a boys bathroom and girls bathroom at the elementary school we formerly went to.

  • Pacific University Studio to Stage

- On October 22, 2018 I volunteered 8 hours at a senior capstone event hosted by a dance student where youth community members were able to tour the campus, learn dance techniques, and perform in the performing arts theatre. My role at this event was to give the participants a tour of campus, host them for lunch, and direct them through different activities throughout the day.

  • 19th Anniversary Light the Night Portland

- On October 27, 2018 I volunteered for 4 hours by directing runners/ walkers along the course at the Light the Night Portland event. This event is put on to fund treatments for patients that are fighting Leukemia & Lymphoma.

  • Chehalem Elementary School Multicultural Event

- On March 21, 2019 I volunteered for two hours by dancing hula and educating the Beaverton community about our Pacific University Luʻau and different Hawaiian Cultural Practices. This event is put on by Chehalem Elementary where their students and different community cultural groups perform.

  • Community Reader at Kekaha Elementary School

- On January 8, 2020 I volunteered an hour of my time by reading different books to a kindergarten class at Kekaha Elementary School. This event is put on by the schools faculty where different community member volunteer their time on a day of each moth to read and share educational experiences with the elementary students.

  • Kamehameha Schools Community Restoration Day

- On January 25, 2019 I volunteered 6 hours by restoring Prince Kuhio Park and sharing my educational experiences to high school students looking to apply to college. This event is hosted by the Kamehameha Schools Kauaʻi Scholars where students and community members volunteer their time each month to restore and clean different sacred Hawaiian cultural sites and also plan different career pathways for forte college students.

Extracurricular Activities
  • Kamehameha Schools Dormitory Residence Advisory Counsel 2012-2018

-From the school years 2012-2017 I served as a Student Grade-level Representative where I voiced the opinions of my classmates to the Dorm Council of my High School Dormitory at Kamehameha Schools. Each month I hosted a class meeting with my classmates to hear their opinions of dorm living and come up with ideas to better their experiences. After this meeting I attended another meeting which would be hosted by the Dorm Council that consisted of the Grade-level Representatives of the 4 different grades. At these meetings we'd make rules for the dorm, plan dorm events, and find solutions to the concerns that were brought up by our classmates.

-In the 2017-2018 school school year I served as a Dormitory Representative for the Kamehameha Schools Dormitory Residence Advisory Counsel. My role as a Representative was to voice the concerns of my entire dormitory to the Dormitory Residence Advisory Counsel which consisted of 16 other Student Representative's from the 8 different dormitories and 4 adult Boarding Administrators. In this council we'd come up with rules that would apply to the entire high school boarding community consisting approximately 400 students, provide safety precautions, talk about and solve issues in boarding, and come up with solutions to progress the students academic, social, and spiritual well-being.

  • Pacific University Luʻau Instructor 2018-2019

- During the school year 2018-2019, I was a Pacific University Luʻau Instructor. From October - December 2018 I chose and researched a Hawaiian song. Then from January - April 2019, I came up with and instructed a Hula (art of Hawaiian Dance) to 40 women. During these months I met with the women twice a week for an hour, openly communicated with think both physically and through email about the Lu'au, and also provided them with constructive criticism and different ways of learning styles so they'd all look uniform on the night of Lu'au.

  • Pacific University Luʻau Dancer 2018-2020

- During the school year 2018-2019, I was a dancer in 4 of the dances at the Pacific University Luʻau. For these dances, I had practice twice a week for 2-3 hours each night.

- During this school year 2019-2020, I be dancing in one of the dances which will prepare for the Lu'au by meeting twice a week for an hour.

  • Pacific University Luʻau Secretary (Executive Lu'au Board) 2019-2020

-During this current 2019-2020 school year, I am the Pacific University Luʻau Secretary. I sit on the Lu'au board and provide secretarial needs to ensure a successful Lu'au in April. Tasks as the Lu'au Secretary include meeting each week since August 2019 with the Lu'au Board to plan the Lu'au, communicating with my 4 assigned Lu'au Committees, meeting with President Hallick to voice our opinions on how to better the Lu'au, speaking at club meetings, and also being present at different Lu'au practices.

  • Pacific University Luʻau Pre-Show Coordinator 2019-2020

- During this 2019-2020 school year, I am one of the Pacific University Luʻau Pre-Show Coordinator's. As a coordinator, I have been planning and contacting different community venues and places on campus to schedule events where we can dance and share a mini version of our Lu'au.

  • Pacific University Nā Haumāna o Hawaiʻi Club Peer Mentor 2019-2020

- During this 2019-2020 school year, I am a Club Peer Mentor. As a Peer Mentor, I arrived at campus a few days earlier than normal for the Nā Haumāna o Hawaiʻi Club's Freshmen Orientation where we took the incoming Hawai'i Freshmen via MAX transportation down to Portland and gave them a brief tour of the area. As a mentor I also attend events once a month and communicate with my freshman mentees once a month to ensure that they are enjoying their time at Pacific University.

  • Hula Dancer of Hālau Ka Lei Mokihana O Leinaʻala 2012-2020

- Since the year 2012 I have been a Hula dancer of Hālau Ka Lei Mokihana O Leinaʻala (a school of Hawaiian dance) under the direction of Kumu Hula (Hula teacher) Leinaʻala Pavao Jardin. During these years and when I get the chance to go home for college school breaks, I have been meeting once a week for practices that are roughly two hours. During the years 2016-2018 I participated with my Hālau (Hula school) 3 times in the Merrie Monarch Festival. The Merrie Monarch Festival is a week-long Hula competition held in Hilo, Hawaiʻi each spring, featuring Hawaiian culture and hula. For hula dancers, this is "The Olympics of Hula" where approximately 30 Hālau (Hula schools) compete against each other for various awards. For this festival, we practiced 4 times a week for about 5-8 hours each practice.

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Resume Overview

School Attended
  • Kamehameha Schools Kapalama
  • Pacific University
Job Titles Held:
  • Dance Office Assistant and Production Coorinator
  • Cashier
  • Dental Hygienist Job Shadow
  • Dental Hygiene Observation
Degrees
  • High School Diploma
  • Some College (No Degree)