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Jessica Claire
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I am a recently retired college student-athlete who is now looking to make his mark on the real world. I have spent each summer since 2005 playing the game of baseball with the hopes of improving my craft. In recent years, as the playing level of baseball reached ever greater heights, this effort proved to be somewhat detrimental to my workforce experience: instead of accepting internship opportunities, I instead spent my past couple summers traveling all over the Northeast to play in front of professional scouts and against some of the most able college-aged players in the world. Additionally, as part of the host family programs of the Southampton Breakers of the HCBL (Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League) and Valley Blue Sox of the NECBL (New England Collegiate Baseball League) in 2021 and 2022, respectively, I had the privilege of meeting and living with two of the most wonderful and pleasant families any person could ever ask for. Although these transitions were made considerably easier than they could have been by the grace of the hosts, I have become accustomed to quickly acclimating myself to unfamiliar environments with unfamiliar people and turning the experience into one of naught but positivity for all parties involved, a skill that I continue to become more and more aware of in its importance in everyday life.

The sport of baseball, through the various mentors, coaches, players, parents, administrators, and the like I have come into contact with, has provided me an innumerable number of invaluable life lessons that will be cherished for all time. No individual, outside of my parents, is as responsible for my personal growth as John Casey, who was head coach of Tufts Baseball for nearly forty years before he resigned prior to my senior year. One of the most important lessons he engrained into each of his players is that the situation one finds themself in, no matter how catastrophic or unfair it may seem, is thoroughly meaningless: what matters is that which the individual can control, particularly their attitude, effort, and energy, which then emerges as their overall response to said situation. This lesson then eventually was connected to advice given by the great Jocko Willink- that every obstacle each person faces is a good thing, as it is an opportunity to learn and grow. Thus, I have made every effort to evolve my persona away from allowing myself to fall into the spiral that is frustration and hate into one which gladly accepts obstacles and hardships. It would be pointless to attempt to list and explain every single lesson learned from baseball but some of the most prominent ones include that of teamwork, humility, confidence/courage, positivity, and most especially personal and collective growth (that one must not seek to tear another down in order for their own personal gain). These lessons and many others have helped mold me into both the person I am today and the one which has yet to emerge.

  • Valid Driver's License
  • Flawless Driving Record
  • Hardworking and Responsible
  • Excellent Communication
  • Customer Service
  • Payment Collection
  • Professional Appearance
  • Attention to Detail
  • Problem-Solving
  • Safety and Risk Assessments
  • Cultural Sensitivity
  • Teamwork
  • Confident but with no shortage of Humilitas
  • Fast-Learner
  • Always seeking to Learn
  • Love and care for others
Dasher, 06/2021 to Current
Divine Dining GroupMyrtle Beach, SC,
  • Picked up meals from local restaurants and dropped off at residential and business customer locations.
  • Collected tips from customers through hands-free electronic methods.
  • Recorded weekly hours and mileage for accurate payment.
  • Analyzed customer address to determine best route for timely delivery.
  • Applied defensive driving and safety techniques to prevent accidents.
  • Contacted customers prior to delivery to coordinate delivery times.
Maintenance Crew Member, 05/2018 to 08/2019
Lakeside Field ClubCity, STATE,
  • Identified problems during daily work inspections and addressed concerns.
  • Performed tasks to maintain on-site physical security, safety and efficiency.
  • Notified management about necessary repairs or professional service needs for building operating systems.
  • Followed correct procedures for handling, transporting and disposing of new and recycled materials.
  • Maintained tennis courts in accordance with the local tennis professional's standards: ensured pristine conditions in their appearance and playability
  • Maintained the lakefront side of the property- including the lawn, boats, and ignition of grills whenever a member so wished
  • Worked in conjunction with the concession stand and snack bar area, maintaining levels of cleanliness up to standard and assisted in serving members and guests whenever necessary (during times of high volume)
  • Accepted and received phone calls directed to the office when management was absent or otherwise occupied
Ice Cream, Chocolate, and Candy Server, 05/2017 to 01/2018
Deborah Ann's Sweet ShoppeCity, STATE,
  • Greeted guests pleasantly, discussing specialty flavors and answering allergen concerns.
  • Served and scooped ice cream, following sizing specifications.
  • Cleaned counters, tables and fountain equipment, following quality checkpoints.
  • Cleaned and organized utensil area, napkins station and restroom facilities.
  • Maintained cleanliness of showcase, lobby and patio area, remaining attentive to trash, tables and chairs.
  • Completed end-of-day duties by balancing payments and receipts in cash register.
  • Informed shift leaders or management of obstacles or issues during shifts.
  • Maintained high standards of customer service during high-volume work shifts and fast-paced operations.
Education and Training
Bachelor of Arts: Economics, Expected in 05/2022 to Tufts University - Medford, MA
  • 3.32 GPA
  • Major in Economics
  • Did not write formal thesis but completed a forty-page research paper of a topic of own choosing in the course titled "Economics of Sports." The paper was built around an econometric regression analysis, the research question being what the ideal combination of highly paid star players and enforcers in the NHL since the 2007-08 season is. The grade received was an A-, the only knock being that it was too long.
  • Minor in History
  • Looking to eventually further institutional education in the subject of History
  • Four-Year starter on the Tufts Baseball Team: as a Freshman, appeared in more games than any pitcher on the team (18), posted the second-best ERA on the team at 2.86 and pitched the final two innings of the 2019 NESCAC Baseball Championship, striking out the final batter to secure Tufts' victory; Sophomore season (2020) was lost in its entirety due to COVID; Junior year featured the peak in my baseball powers, which culminated in being awarded the title "2021 NESCAC Pitcher of the Year;" Senior year featured a noticeable wane in pitching abilities and after a strong start to the season for both player and team, ended in disappointing fashion for both
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/2018 to Fordham Preparatory - The Bronx, NY,
  • Honor Roll Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior year
  • Presidential Scholarship Recipient all four years
  • Completed seventy hours of service for those less fortunate in accordance with the school's graduation requirements: this service was largely completed at two institutions- the Dorothy Day Hospitality House in Danbury, CT where I served meals to those who could not support themselves in the hopes of providing them light in an otherwise dark existence, as well as at the Concourse House in The Bronx where I acted as a supervisor and brotherly figure to local children who in many cases lacked sufficient parental figures in their lives
  • Rowed on the Crew team Freshman year and was an instrumental piece on the starting eight and four-seat boats; instructor insisted I could have gone to an Ivy League school due to my rowing abilities but I declined as I preferred two other sports:
  • Started on the Varsity Hockey team Junior and Senior years (played travel hockey with the CT Junior Rangers Sophomore year), and was a mainstay on the top two forward lines and the top powerplay unit throughout
  • Started on the JR Varsity Baseball team Sophomore year and Varsity team Junior and Senior year, winning the team Pitcher of the Year award in all three seasons
  • In September 2017, I committed to further my education and continue playing baseball at Tufts University after being scouted and conversing in depth with coaches John and Brendan Casey

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  • Tufts University
  • Fordham Preparatory

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