Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -

My resume illustrates the opportunities I have had the privilege to be a part of. Each experience exemplifing my desire to explore the benefits of hard work, curiosity, and involvement. All of which have proven fruitful; granting me an appreciation for meaningful relationships, progressive change, and community engagement. These diverse sources of exposure, have added significantly to my growth as a student and scholar.

  • Hands-on community engagement
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Adaptive team player
  • Project management
  • Data collection
  • People skills
  • Critical thinking
  • Relationship building
Research Posters & Presentations
  • Claire, S.R (2021). "Homelessness during the time of COVID-19." Poster presentation at the 2021 COURI Research Symposium, UTEP, El Paso, TX.
  • Claire, S.R. (December 4, 2019). Featured Student Speaker at the 15th Annual Academic and Research Symposium, WNMU, Silver City, NM.
  • Claire, S.R. (2019). “Homelessness through the lens of experiential education experiences in El Paso, TX.” Poster presentation at the 2019 COURI Research Symposium, UTEP, El Paso, TX.
  • Witty, L.T., Claire, S.R., & Johnston, J.B. (2019). “Assessment of three motivational drives among mass shooters illuminates key prevention pathways.” Poster presented at Southwestern Psychological Association, Albuquerque, NM.
Education and Training
Expected in 05/2022
Bachelor of Science: Psychology; Minor: Counseling
Western New Mexico University - Silver City, NM
  • 3.5 GPA
  • Presidential Scholarship Recipient [Full-ride; 2018- 2022}
  • Member and student representative of Western New Mexico University at the Rotary International Club-District 5520 [2021-Current]
  • Dean's List Honoree [Spring 2019; Fall 2021]
  • Member of Student Government (District 9 Senator) [2019-2020]
  • President's List Honoree [Fall 2018; Fall 2019]
  • Member of the Millennium III Honors Committee [2018-2019]
Expected in

Non-Profit Organization: Supporting People in Need (SPIN); Silver City, NM

~(October 8, 2021 - Current) A non-profit organization providing permanent supportive housing for individuals suffering from homelessness and/or a disability. This experience included hands-on responsibilities to co-facilitate focus-group interventions, and taking charge to customizing and/or adapting lesson plans (re)introducing productive life skills and growth-promoting attitudes.

BUILDing Scholars Summer Research Program; University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP)

~(Summer 2021) The Health, Opportunity, Prevention, and Education (HOPE) health fair is an event produced by the collaboration of community-based organizations, institutions, and volunteers; the purpose is to provide health screenings, health education, and systems of care to the underserved population, including persons experiencing homelessness. The primary focus of this summer’s research consists of three key elements: 1) the H.O.P.E health fair, 2) homelessness in El Paso, Texas, and 3) prominent factors associated with challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic

~(Summer 2019) This research project involved a series of observation and qualitative research experiences over a five-week period that included: participation in a macro social work graduate course on multicultural practice, the revision of the Food and Housing Insecurities instrument and IRB on UTEP Campus as well as field testing the data collection instrument; conducting a qualitative transcription on gender, ethnicity, and homelessness; and volunteering at the Opportunity Center for the Homeless.

10/2020 to 08/2021
Residential Construction Laborer Mohegan Sun Uncasville, CT,
  • Prepared sites for concrete work by breaking up damaged concrete and leveling or contouring ground.
  • Collaborated with craft teams to complete large-scale construction projects.
  • Organized and maintained tools and equipment to enhance work efficiency.
  • Measured, cut and laid out materials based on individual job requirements.
10/2020 to 04/2021
Barista Ms. June Lockhart City, STATE,
  • Prepared and served coffee, espresso drinks, blended coffees and teas.
  • Maintained highest standards of conduct and service to support company reputation.
06/2020 to 08/2020
Tree and Sod Service Groundsman Mr. Kelly Baker City, STATE,
  • Maintained garden areas and landscaping greenery to enhance property appearance and plant health.
  • Cared for trees through watering, branch removal and pruning.
01/2015 to 01/2017
Reupholstery Mr. Eldon Lott City, STATE,
  • Inspected carpets and upholstery before beginning and pinpointed specific cleaning needs and processes to apply.
  • Maintained safe working environment at all times to avoid injury to workers, owners, children or pets.

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