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Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Summary

Cheerful Children's Minister with experience of leading creative and relevant children's ministry programming to engage children and families, resulting in church growth. Successfully directed weekly children’s service, connecting and encouraging. Passionate about helping children develop lifetime relationships with Christ through fellowship of church.

Skills
  • English/Spanish fluency
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Establishing goals and setting priorities
  • Discipleship
  • Leadership development
  • Mission-oriented
  • Shepherding
  • Crisis management
  • Collaboration
  • Reliable and trustworthy
  • Work ethic
  • Organizational skills
  • Team building
  • Computer skills
  • Problem resolution
  • Decision-making
  • Scheduling and calendar management
Experience
04/2019 to Current Spanish Churchwide Children's MInister Aos Staffing | Earth City, MO,
  • Supervise weekend Children's Ministry program, ensuring all departments are prepared and staffed with volunteers.
  • Enlist, Equip, Empower and Encourage Children's Ministry Volunteers
  • Recruited, coached and supported program volunteers.
  • Develop a tiered leadership structure.
  • Plan outreaches and other opportunities to connect with the community .
  • Assist with the planning and attend kidztown summer camp.
  • Oversee and support churchwide spanish ministries.
  • Interacted with parents and guardians of children participating in services, classes and events to build strong relationships and expand church membership.
  • Coordinated with pastor to define and advance children's ministry vision and align with overall church vision.
  • Attended meetings to discuss program direction, finances and other information.
  • Assigned responsibilities and tasks to volunteers and staff members.
  • Created handouts and forms such as registrations, invitations and devotionals for parents.
  • Scheduled and planned leadership training events for children's ministry team.
  • Worked with translating material from english to spanish to create advertisements for upcoming special events to invite children from community.
  • Devised strategies to drive program growth, encouraging children to build and strengthen relationships with Jesus.
  • Planned and directed children's church services to share stories with moral and biblical messages.
  • Scheduled rooms or other spaces for special events such as trainings.
  • Gathered classroom supplies and materials.
  • Led outreach initiatives to reach out to unchurched, inactive or new residents in community.
  • Worked with church leadership, parents and volunteers to establish clear goals and guidelines for church youth.
08/2013 to 06/2014 School Psychologist Patterson Unified School District | Patterson, CA,
  • Established developmentally-appropriate support groups and activities for elementary-aged students.
  • Evaluated student academic, behavioral and emotional needs utilizing formal testing instruments.
  • Monitored students' academic progress, mental health and sociability through ongoing individual assessments.
  • Followed-up with outside mental health service providers to coordinate in-school support.
  • Oversaw training and development for school faculty and staff to convey program goals and intervention strategies.
  • Promoted parent and teacher partnerships and communications to support students' educational goals.
  • Watched students interact in academic and social situations.
  • Cultivated strong student, parent, faculty and community relationships.
  • Provided individual and group counseling sessions.
  • Met with parents and teachers to learn more about students under evaluation.
  • Attended training courses and industry conferences to stay abreast of latest industry trends.
  • Updated documentation and wrote reports detailing treatment plans and progress.
  • Counseled students in career planning, job placement and academic goals.
02/2013 to 06/2013 Elementary School Teacher Brassavola Bilingual School | City, STATE,

Responsible for fourth’s grade students:

  • Instructed students in standardized subjects as well as general learning strategies and skills for social development and character.
  • Delivered reading and writing experiences to students commensurate with respective stages of development.
  • Administered and graded class tests to evaluate student progress and comprehension.
  • Referred to district standards to plan lessons and prepare students to take standardized assessments.
  • Instructed students individually and in groups using varied teaching methods.
  • Cultivated classroom environment focused on inclusion and growth, fostering both social and academic development.
  • Formed deep relationships with parents and students by engaging groups through conferences, emails, texts and phone calls.
  • Oversaw class field trips to keep students safe and educate about related topics.
  • Taught students subject-specific material, learning strategies and social skills.
  • Maintained positive classroom environments by reinforcing rules for behavior and relationship-building actions.
  • Explored foundational learning concepts with students through hands-on activities, videos and class discussions.
  • Embraced teaching children of diverse educational, cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
  • Prepared, administered and graded daily work and tests to evaluate student's progress.
  • Worked with school administrators to develop classroom management policies.
  • Adapted and modified lessons to meet student academic needs.
  • Created safe, nurturing environment of trust and respect.
  • Provided positive feedback with emphasis on learning from mistakes to establish solid foundation for progress.
  • Invited guest speakers to classroom to excite and engage students.
  • Provided before and after school tutoring for students needing extra help.
  • Maintained safe, clean, and organized classroom environment.
  • Arranged field trips as tool to provide students with real-world experiences.
  • Organized supplies, including art and musical resources, to foster creative and welcoming classroom environment.
  • Attended in-service training and professional development courses to stay on top of policy and education changes.
  • Created collaborative environment in classroom where students worked together to support everyone's learning.
Education and Training
Expected in 05/2014 Bachelor of Science | Psychology Catholic University Of Honduras , La Ceiba, Honduras 31101, GPA:
Expected in 02/2020 Certificate | Commissioned To Ministry Celebration Church, Metairie, LA, GPA:

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School Attended
  • Catholic University Of Honduras
  • Celebration Church
Job Titles Held:
  • Spanish Churchwide Children's MInister
  • School Psychologist
  • Elementary School Teacher
Degrees
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Certificate

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