Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary

My name is Jessica Claire. I am from St. Louis, Missouri. The earliest of my background starts with growing up in St. Louis, MO in a complex called Carr Square Village. I couldn't go to the schools around me because they were bad so I went to private school. I attended St. Louis Christian Academy at five and then just stayed in private school all throughout my life and am currently attending Cardinal Ritter College Prep. School just happens to be fine, me as a person has always liked school. In my personal life, I started watching a lot of television early on and then became intrigued by justice, law, comics and many other things. Besides television, early on I liked history and learning history that it became my favorite subject. I guess you can attribute my love for history to my love for politics, justice, law and many other things History fueled to my reading and learning of history, nations, civil right movements and many other things. Today I've read a lot of books, ranging from princeton lawyers, to James Baldwin, to cops and even MLK. I focus on studies, music., reading and a lot of other things.


I have a lot of skills that I have developed over the years and want to continue to develop throughout my life. I am skilled in talking and debating, knowing how to persuade someone. I like and am very good at making people laugh and I also am quit good in helping people with work which is weird because I never thought of being someone who help with homework or frankly anything. My skills come from a lot of things reading, writing, articulating and being put in those certain situations where I must lead. I work good in groups and am great in taking that lead and also standing alone.

Work History
06/2020 to 10/2020 Team Member Lowe's | Oaks, PA,

Seeing as Covid disrupted almost every aspect of like and certain restaurants where now closed, I set out to find another job. I applied to over fifty jobs refusing to give up and finally I landed a call with someone from Shake Shack. I had put in so many applications, I couldn't even remember when I applied but anyways the call made for an interesting conversation which landed me an interview and then eventually landing me a job. I started working at Shake Shack in June and July, in the midst of Covid and automatically loved it. While there I worked hard as with my former jobs , to prove I deserved and how incredibly grateful to be working in these disastrous times. I did almost everything their from being on the grill, frying fries, cleaning dishes, helping customers, being a cashier and more. It was my third job and I loved it. I ended up leaving in October so I could focus on my studies. While their I made great relationships with my managers, coworkers and guest.

02/2020 to 03/2020 Restaurant Busser Ponte Winery | Temecula, CA,

I started working as The Old Spaghetti Factory when I was sixteen and it made for an interesting experience. I originally joined on at The Old Spaghetti Factory as a dishwasher and then I found the job to be too tiring so I started working as a busser. As a dishwasher, I washed dishes, picked up bus- tubs, sent them through the dishwasher and transported them back to their respectful places. It made for an inquisitive experience that I will never forget and even grew me up a little. I soon though of as dishwashing as too strenuous and lonesome, so I became a busser. As a busser I would clear tables, clean them, bring the dirty dishes to the dishwasher and then reset tables. I soon left The Old Spaghetti Factory due to Covid-19. Although me and The Old Spaghetti Factory parted on bad terms, I credit them for teaching me stability, hard work and teaching me how to adapt in the most egregious and troubling of times.

  • Transported dirty utensils, dishes and trays to kitchen to support efficient cleaning.
  • Checked dining area supplies, including linens and wrapped silverware, and replenished low stock.
  • Collected trash, wiped up spills and removed trays to maintain fresh and clean customer areas.
  • Worked quickly, communicated with other staff and always looked for better ways of completing tasks to improve productivity and keep tables ready for incoming guests.
  • Organized and cleaned assigned sections by sanitizing and cleaning table, counter and kitchen surfaces.
06/2018 to 07/2018 Summer Intern Mythics | Virginia Beach, VA,
  • At Better Family Life I worked kids ages 3-7. I worked and watched them as they participated in activities such as dance, art, drum playing and other various learning activities. We would go to museums, bowling, parks and a bunch of other thing that we a lot of fun. While their I was partnered with other teen interns who were coworkers as well, we all assisted each other in helping the kids. We helped children with homework, assignments given by the older counselors and many other things We, ourselves also partook in activities like going on college tours, visiting black history sites, going to art museums and going on field trips. It provided for a great learning experience in which I will never forget where I learned a lot of things about working a job and working as a team. It was my first job and I will never forget it.
  • Skilled with care and specific needs of physically handicapped or disabled children.
Expected in 05/2021 High School Diploma | Cardinal Ritter College Preparatory High School, St Louis, MO, GPA:

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School Attended

  • Cardinal Ritter College Preparatory High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Team Member
  • Restaurant Busser
  • Summer Intern


  • High School Diploma

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