Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000,
A current sophomore majoring in sociology whom enjoys working and interacting with people. Technologically savvy, a quick learner, and a strong work ethic ensures great leadership as well as a great team member. Always willing to put best effort into work to accomplish goals with a friendly and positive attitude that contributes to a pleasant work environment. 
07/2017 to 08/2017 Sales Consultant Ideal Image | Pittsburgh, PA,
  • Processed customer payments with an uplifting and friendly attitude.
  • Addressed and eliminated customer issues as well as ensured a welcoming and clean environment.
  • Assisted customers with purchases to fulfill targeted company goals.
07/2017 to Facilitator St Anne's | Los Angeles, CA,
  • Facilitated conversations about Native American history and identity.
  • Served as a college mentor and advisor for Native American high school students.
  • Interacted and built relationships with students in week-long programs at various reservations.
05/2015 to 11/2015 Intern Bridgestone Corporation | Huntsville, AL,
  • Educated several native communities on healthcare benefits.
  • Cooperated with fellow interns at community-based events to create and execute company goals. 
  • Approached and interacted with individuals to discuss healthcare options.
Expected in 2016 High School Diploma | Tse’ Yi’ Gai High School, Cuba, NM GPA:
  • Certifications: Valedictorian
  • Extracurricular Involvement: Student Council, Peer Helper, Honor Society, Athletics, Native American Club 
  • Recipient of National College Prep Scholar, Quest Bridge
Expected in | Columbia University, New York, NY GPA:
  • Graduation expected in May 2020


Mentor, Columbia Mentoring Initiative, Sept. 2017-Present 

  • Serve as a guide and motivator for a first-year Columbia College student in the Indigenous family group.
  • Discuss and create personal, mentorship, and academic goals.
  • Attend bonding events with mentee to ensure a healthy mental and physical well-being.

Powwow Chair, Native American Council at Columbia University, Apr. 2017-Present

Co-President, Native American Heritage Month, Apr. 2017-Dec. 2017

  • Responsible for planning and organizing month-long events that represent Native American identity and also the annual university powwow. 
  • Engage in weekly meetings to discuss event planning with peers and advisors. 
  • Use leadership abilities to execute events in a timely and organized manner.

  • Critical Thinking
  • Goal Setting and Implementation
  • Teamwork Skills
  • Proficient with MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

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