(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 9XXX5

Hard-working Cook brings detail-oriented approach to food preparation and handling. Keep kitchen areas well-stocked and organized for maximum efficiency. Team-oriented and reliable with excellent communication and problem-solving strengths.

Attentive counseling professional bringing excellent understanding of youth behavior with passion for fostering coping mechanism development. Diplomatic and patient with history of building strong and lasting rapport with youth and families. Eager to fulfill PRP role to contribute immediate value to team.

Compassionate and knowledgeable Service worker motivated to positively impact program operations and participant success with diligent support. Well-trained in anger- management, life, communication, Social skills and always seeking ways to enhance strategies and optimize assistance. Highly organized and hardworking with strong attention to detail.

  • Organization
  • Supervision
  • Invoice generation
  • Team management
  • Communications
  • Youth guidance
  • Skill building
  • Youth crisis tactics
  • Behavior improvements
  • Paperwork and reporting
  • Cognitive behavior practices
  • Activity planning skills
  • Rapport building
  • Social integration support
  • Resource distribution
  • Community outreach
  • Documentation skills
  • Relationship development
  • Emotional awareness
Education and Training
Ashford University San Diego, CA Expected in Bachelor of Arts : Applied Behavioral Science - GPA :
Mountain Empire Community College Big Stone Gap, VA Expected in 01/2017 Carpentry : Carpentry - GPA :
Washington County Community College Hagerstown, MD, Expected in 07/2005 Masonry : Masonry - GPA :
Washington County Community College Hagerstown, MD, Expected in 01/1999 GED : - GPA :
Red Robin International, Inc. - Lead Line Cook
Simi Valley, CA, 10/2017 - 03/2020
  • Precooked garnishes such as bacon pieces for later use to top off fresh dishes.
  • Kept stations stocked and ready for use to maximize productivity.
  • Washed and peeled ingredients to prepare for use in different meals and recipes.
  • Maintained hygienic kitchen by regularly mopping, disinfecting workspace and washing all utensils and glassware.
  • Created nutritious, safe, visually appealing, innovative and properly prepared and flavored food.
  • Restocked all food items throughout shift to guarantee cooks had all necessary ingredients needed for service.
  • Modified standard recipes to account for ingredient issues or customer requests, including allergen concerns.
  • Set up work stations prior to opening to minimize prep time.
  • Chopped, diced and sliced ingredients for salads, stir-fries and other dishes.
  • Monitored food product stock and alerted supervisor when items ran low in time to reorder.
  • Cooked food following specific measurements and recipes.
  • Prepared up to 100+ orders per shift in busy restaurant.
  • Sanitized workstation at end of shift to prevent foodborne illnesses.
  • Properly utilized various cooking utensils to prepare range of food items.
  • Maintained clean and orderly appearance throughout kitchen and dining area.
  • Prepared more than 100+ dishes per day in fast-paced environment while maintaining high customer satisfaction rate.
  • Prepped vegetables and other ingredients by washing, chopping and dicing.
  • Followed recipes to maintain restaurant standards and satisfy customers.
  • Grilled and deep fried various foods, including meats, potatoes and fish.
  • Sanitized food preparation areas, grills and equipment to avoid cross-contamination from raw items.
  • Prepped menu items according to specific measurements and recipes.
  • Safely operated ovens, fryers and grills to prevent injuries and accidents.
  • Learned to prepare rotating list of new and seasonal items by attending training and applying new techniques.
American Friends Service Committee - Mentor, At-Risk Youth
City, STATE, 11/2017 - 03/2018
  • Improved diverse functions and social integration by implementing awareness, knowledge, and Behavioral activities.
  • Monitored behavior in individual and group sessions and intervened when necessary.
  • Promoted positive influence for youngsters by demonstrating appropriate behavior, listening carefully to others and showing respect for people of all ages.
  • Drafted progress reports and memos to inform family members of youth progress and needs.
  • Monitored and cared for youth in carefully controlled environment to promote safety.
  • Assisted with development of daily living, communication and social skills in young and older individuals.
  • Added new recreational activities to program to encourage participation in cooking classes, book clubs and oil painting.
  • Applied exceptional skills in communication and conflict-resolution to improve decision-making process.
  • Kept all information confidential except in cases pertaining to abuse, neglect or threats.
  • Recommended coping mechanisms and offered guidance to individuals dealing with intense problems.
  • Talked with individuals, sharing positive life experiences to encourage improved self-esteem and boost socialization.
  • Collaborated with counselors and parents to report youth behavior and progress.
  • Mentored children and offered empowering leadership during communication and Anger management activities.
  • Supervised youth group members to maintain organized and safe environment.
  • Provided instruction in both classroom and individual settings to cultivate Anger-management, Social and Behavioral abilities.
  • Oversaw activities with group of 10 or more individuals.
  • Engaged with children in various recreational activities, which included Activities and Job skills training.
  • Communicated with challenged and troubled children in effort to exact positive impact and influence.
  • Reminded youngsters to diffuse anger-fueled situations by communicating effectively and talking about problems instead of lashing out.
  • Increased abilities through special events and instructional opportunities.
P.I.P People In Progress - Community Service Volunteer
City, STATE, 10/2008 - 04/2009
  • Kept facilities organized, clean and well-maintained to best meet program needs.
  • Cooked healthy snacks and meals for program recipients.
  • Discussed available program services with potential participants and outlined procedures to facilitate smooth engagement in program processes.
  • Supported execution of social service programs for groups.
  • Assisted social workers with building, coordinating and leading programs delivering high-quality of emotional and physical support.
  • Located housing and other support services for displaced individuals working through life issues.
  • Recommended improved life choices to enhance client outcomes.
  • Expanded program outreach by delivering talks to groups.
  • Observed safety protocols to minimize accidents and spread of disease.
  • Built and maintained strong relationships with patients by successfully resolving issues and responding promptly to phone inquiries.
  • Maintained confidential patient documentation to prevent data compromise and comply with HIPAA regulations.
  • Collaborated with social workers to support patients.
Jonah House - Community Volunteer
City, STATE, 02/2018 - Current
  • Collaborated with marketing staff to promote adult and volunteer programs and grow participation.
  • Demonstrated positive social skills to build healthy relationships.
  • Designed wrap up groups following activities to deliver feedback for continuous improvement of volunteer programs.
  • Documented plans, findings and results and submitted to employers and insurance carriers.
  • Fostered staff satisfaction and performance by implementing improved disciplinary policies.
  • Connected with grass-roots organizations to solidify partnerships, build support, and garner attention for key messages.
  • Assisted patients in receiving high-quality, appropriate care with best possible results.
  • Developed safety plans for children and Adults.
  • Solidified base and presented united front against food deprivation and life style concerns.
  • Taught youth how to drive discussion and promote change through various channels.
  • Made positive impact on Social justice by leveraging multiple channels of activism and protest.
  • Collected input from diverse individuals and formed cohesive opinion positions.
  • Spoke out against Social issues using peaceful, non-violent approaches.

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School Attended

  • Ashford University
  • Mountain Empire Community College
  • Washington County Community College
  • Washington County Community College

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  • Lead Line Cook
  • Mentor, At-Risk Youth
  • Community Service Volunteer
  • Community Volunteer


  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Carpentry
  • Masonry
  • GED

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