Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Confident and highly-motivated professional with six years of experience working with military-connected children and families and a solid background in the field of education.

Bachelor of Science: Education, Expected in 2003
Armstrong Atlantic State University - Savannah, Georgia
School Liaison Officer, 07/2010 to Current
Dixon Unified School DistrictDixon, CA,
  • Serves as the primary adviser to the Commander on matters related to schools and education.
  • Facilitates communication between the Command, Army Families and the local school community
  • Informs and assists parents with school transition and deployment challenges.
  • Establishes and maintains school and community partnerships including Hearts Apart, Adopt A School, Student2Student, Youth Sponsorship and the annual back to school activities.
  • Provides educational opportunities for school personnel, parents, and military-connected children through workshops, briefings, and special events.
  • Provides support to families with special needs issues and assists in navigation of the school special education process
  • Markets availability of School Liaison Services, school and military resources, and upcoming events and opportunities through a monthly newsletter, briefings to Command and Community, and other media.
Child, Youth, and School Services Workforce Preparation Specialist, 04/2009 to 07/2010
Walla Walla Public SchoolsWalla Walla, WA,
  • Managed all aspects of CYS Services Hired! youth work study program.
  • Implemented 12 week apprentice terms at designated FMWR partner location sites
  • Organized, developed and facilitated regularly-scheduled, comprehensive youth development trainings, workshops and briefings.
  • Monitored teen progress through on-site observation and communication with teens and FMWR program activity managers.
  • Conducted outreach and recruitment of military-connected high school students through marketing efforts.
Child, Youth, and School Services Homework Instructor, 04/2007 to 04/2009
Family, Morale, Welfare And RecreationCity, STATE,
  • Provided assistance to military-connected students in strengthening their academic and learning skills, particularly in the areas of math, science, and English language (communication) skills.
  • Developed linkages with parents, School Liaison Officer, other CYS Program Associates and volunteer tutors to ensure homework center was integrated into all program settings.
  • Worked cooperatively with trainer and supervisor to create setting that provided areas, materials, and methods conducive to supporting different learning styles.
  • Kept up to date on school curriculum and supported school and classroom teacher initiatives.
  • Initiated several new projects and activities such as the youth newsletter, book club, and creation of a Youth Center library.
Substitute Teacher, 09/2006 to 04/2007
Unified School District 453City, STATE,
  • Implemented teacher lesson plans
  • Responsible for classroom and behavior management
  • Communicated with classroom teacher through daily reports
Special Education Para-Educator, 09/2004 to 05/2005
Butzbach Elementary School -DoDDSCity, STATE,
  • Utilized a variety of teaching techniques to assist students with improving academic performance.
  • Communicated with classroom teacher regarding academic, social, and intellectual needs of student in order to design support activities.
  • Assisted teachers with classroom and behavior management.
Early Intervention Placement Teacher, 07/2003 to 04/2004
Islands Elementary SchoolCity, STATE,
  • Developed and implemented engaging lessons plans to improve the academic performance of Early Intervention Placement Students
  • Worked collaboratively with classroom teachers to identify needs of students
  • Recognized for professional contributions made to closing the achievement gap.

Bradley Elementary School Coin of Appreciation, 2011&2012

Commanders Coin for Excellence, 2012

Combined Arms Center Command Team Coin for Excellence, 2012

Mission Command Training Program Coin of Appreciation, 2012

291st Military Police Company Coin of Appreciation, 2012


Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC), 2010-Present

Leadership Leavenworth-Lansing, 2012-Present

Blue Star Families Member and Volunteer, 2012-Present

Additional Information

Army Management Staff College Foundation and Basic Course DL, 2012

MCEC Transition Counselor Institute Phase 1, 2011

Army Community Services Courses including Briefer, Trainer, Facilitator Courses, 2011

IMCOM Academy School Support Services Online Course, 2011-2012

Soft-Train Classes: Innovative Thinking; Coaching, Counseling & Mentoring; Listening & Memory Skills 2010-2012

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School Attended

  • Armstrong Atlantic State University

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  • School Liaison Officer
  • Child, Youth, and School Services Workforce Preparation Specialist
  • Child, Youth, and School Services Homework Instructor
  • Substitute Teacher
  • Special Education Para-Educator
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  • Bachelor of Science

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