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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Dynamic Psychology graduate looking to obtain a position where I can utilize my leadership experience in educational settings working closely with youth and fellow student leaders in the community. Goal-oriented and always utilizing flexibility, teamwork, leadership, and inspiration to support and empower students' confidence. Experienced in lesson planning, collaborating with teachers and staff, and relating to students where they are developmentally as well as communicating back to families in English and Spanish.

Lead Instructor, 06/2015 to 08/2015
State Of OklahomaChickasha, OK,
  • Prepared and delivered multiple rotations of outdoors and art activities per day to teams of up to 26 campers ranging from pre- K to 5th grade.
  • Implemented Camp Galileo curriculum, adapting it as needed to improve the camper experience and accommodate individual campers.
  • Consistently sought out new ways to bring Galileo's unique pedagogy to life for campers through curriculum adaptations.
  • Supervised Team Leaders working in my program area and supported their professional development goals.
  • Supported daily camper check-in and check-out processes.
  • Provided excellent customer service to parents by communicating with them about their camper's experience.
  • Assisted with daily set up and cleanup of camp.
Democracy Coach, 02/2015 to 05/2015
Eurofins Scient.Pasadena, TX,
  • Educated a 7th grade leadership class once a week about the ways of becoming involved in politics through community organizing on issues they could relate to.
  • Modeled civic leadership and empowered students to be agents of change within their schools and communities.
  • Drafted weekly lesson plans to promote discussion and collaboration of student ideas.
  • Uplifted student participation and voices in the decision-making process of their school community.
  • Coordinated a plan of action with the students for a model student council to present to school administration.
Coordinator/Fundraising Chair, 02/2013 to 05/2015
  • Supported general body members to chair and organize events.
  • Recruited new members through tabling events, workshops, student panels, and networking opportunities around campus.
  • Collaborated with other organization officers and school faculty on various events to promote support in community struggles.
  • Promoted and expanded student input on campus issues and event ideas to endorse campus consciousness.
  • Facilitated weekly meetings for the general body and fundraising committee to raise awareness and input within the organization.
  • Planned multiple fundraising events to put towards organizing our free year-end Raza graduation ceremony open to the entire SFSU community.
Team Leader, 10/2013 to 05/2014
  • Directed a team of 4 peers to provide developmentally appropriate educational activities with a focus on language and literacy, to young children.
  • Mentored team by modeling developmentally appropriate practices and guiding reflection discussions related to adult practice and children's development.
  • Headed twice weekly in- classroom activities to promote children's language, literacy, and social-emotional development.
  • Coordinated team administration, including facilitating well organized team meetings, managing notes and records, and communicating regularly with classroom teachers and the team's site manager.
  • Contributed to the program and the site by dedicating 350 service hours to working with the children and my team in creating a positive and engaging learning environment.
Corps Member, 09/2012 to 04/2013
  • Completed 302 hours of service as an AmeriCorps member to provide individualized attention and positive adult-child relationships to prepare preschool children in low-income neighborhoods for school success.
  • Implemented early childhood curriculum, supported family involvement, and promoted children's language and literacy skills through ongoing relationships with 5 partner children, § Received intensive training and professional development in early childhood theory and practice, language and literacy development, leadership skills, and communication with families.
  • Helped partner children learn the letters of their names and write their names independently while helping children learning English for the first time to recognize beginning sounds and connect those sounds to printed letters in English words.
B.A: Psychology Minor Latino Studies, Expected in 2015
GPA: Deans List

Deans List 2012-2015

Recipient of Segal AmeriCorps Education Award


Fast learner, strong collaborator, flexible, bilingual in Spanish, experienced with Microsoft Office, age-appropriate lesson planning, student empowerment, and critical thinking

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