Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:

Passionate Volunteer with experience in community outreach. Energetic individual with compassionate nature and drive to serve intergenerational populations. Successful coordinator of community service resources to meet needs and expected demands of vulnerable local populations. Proficient in organizing program referrals, providing direct support and coordinating outreach. Talents include building relationships and partnerships to further goals.

  • Mediation
  • Materials handling
  • Team collaboration
  • Project oversight
  • Public speaking
  • Event planning
  • Community service background
  • Leadership
  • Bi-Lingual (English/Spanish)
Volunteer, 01/2018 to Current
Tacoma GoodwillOlympia, WA,
  • Oversaw annual vacation bible school activities by coordinating efforts with the Youth Director.
  • Organized and oversaw Sunday school classes for children between ages of seven and eight years old.
  • Interacted with parents and guardians of children participating in services, classes and events to build strong relationships and expand church membership.
  • Arranged and encouraged participation in additional Children's and Youth Ministry Programs by volunteering at the Arts and Crafts table for VBS (Vacation Bible School) as well volunteering as a female adult leader for the Treehouse Program (Treehouse serves youth-at-risk).
  • Planned and directed children's church services to share stories with moral and biblical messages.
  • Attended meetings to discuss youth program direction, finances and other information.
  • Coordinated with the superintendent's to define and advance children's ministry vision and align with overall church vision.
  • Gathered classroom supplies and materials.
  • Carried out administrative responsibilities for children's ministry, including printing and copying.
  • Developed and led a children's program, including Mission Trip Bible Lesson and activities; also Puppet Practice and Performance.
  • Set and enhanced program schedules to meet expected demands and enhance student learning opportunities.
Volunteer, 01/2020 to 08/2020
Tacoma GoodwillPuyallup, WA,
  • Maintained up-to-date and accurate program files and records for the food shelf program.
  • Volunteered numerous hours with the Free Grocery Give-Away helping to unloading food supplies from the trucks for distribution to the community.
  • Unloaded the supply truck throughout the morning and stocked supplies in the church lobby.
  • Visually counted and inspected food items and replenishing food trays and bins for stocking purposes.
  • Kept food areas clean and well-organized for maximum efficiency.
  • Replenished supplies at the various stations to meet expected demands.
  • Served numerous members of the community per every first Saturday of the month by delivering exceptional service and support to every person.
  • Interacted pleasantly with members of the community and warmly greeted patrons upon entrance to the church.
  • Listened carefully to the community members and promoted appropriate resources and offerrf ideas to help .
  • Greeted and served guests with warmth, courtesy and efficiency, leading to loyal, returning customers.
Volunteer, 11/2011 to 08/2020
Tacoma GoodwillYelm, WA,
  • Partnered with similar organizations to meet greater needs, preventing duplication and optimizing resource utilization.
  • Developed and implemented activities and special care package events.
  • Volunteered numerous hours with the Blue Star Mom Group helping to prepare and organize the dorms for Veteran occupation at Eagles Healing Nest.
  • Collaborated with Operation Homefront to disseminate school supply opportunity and holiday toy opportunity with the Back-to-School Brigade and the Holiday Toy Drive.
  • Kept supplies organized, clean and well-maintained to best meet soldier's and veterans needs.
  • Supported the Eagles Healing Nest program focused on benefitting the veteran community by housing veterans suffering from PTSD and other ailments.
  • Supported the FRG program (Family Readiness Group program) focused on benefitting miliary community by serving as the FRG Leader (Family Readiness Group Leader).
  • Welcomed soldiers and veterans, answering questions to provide excellent resources and customer service.
  • Collaborated with military community leaders, military organizations and other military agencies to promote community service programs to our soldiers and veterans as well as their families.
  • Sat with soldiers and veterans in need of companionship and emotional support.
  • Educated soldiers and veterans as well as their families about available services and resources.
  • Monitored special group events and off-site field trips: Family and Friends Day Picnic at Fort Snelling Military Base.
Education and Training
Associate of Arts: Paralegal, Expected in 05/2021
Inver Hills Community College - Inver Grove Heights, MN

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  • Inver Hills Community College

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  • Associate of Arts

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