Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Soccer Coach and former semi-professional athlete who coaches, guides and empowers each student to optimum athletic and personal success.

  • CPR and First Aid certified
  • Self-motivated
  • Energetic personality
  • Personable and friendly
  • Computer proficient
  • Fast learner
  • Dedicated

Led San Dimas High School teams in undefeated seasons from 2004 to 2006.

Youth Development Coach, 07/2015 to Current
University Of KentuckyLexington, KY,

Created a fun and challenging environment that provided every player an opportunity to learn. Maintained and contributed to professional soccer club's vast database of relevant, up-to-date, and innovative drills and games sorted topically and by skill level. Helped develop each participant’s physical and psychological fitness. Fostered a culture of good sportsmanship, cooperation and responsibility. Mentored parent coaches, teaching the Four Components of soccer (Technical, Tactical, Physical, and Psycho-social), to prepare them for primary coaching responsibilities including modeling, mirroring, and observation methodologies.

Assistant Coach, 07/2005 to 10/2009
The Culinary Institute Of AmericaSaint Helena, CA,

Planned and assisted in execution of daily team, goalkeeper, and individualized training sessions for 20-25 players. Game management, post-game video analysis, player evaluation, and recruiting. Primary coaching duties in pre-game warm-up for team and goalkeepers, as well as off-season conditioning.

  • 2005 SCIAC conference champions, NCAA DIII tournament
  • 2007 SCIAC conference tournament semifinalist
Head Coach, 10/2004 to 09/2006
University Of KentuckyLexington, KY,

Planned and executed daily team, goalkeeper, and individualized training for 15-20 players. Created and ran up-to-date and relevant drills. Spearheaded all team fundraising projects to raise money for new uniforms and equipment. Trained 20-30 student-athletes during the off-season and conducted preseason player evaluations for 40-50 players. Motivated and encouraged student athletes to do their best during practices and games. Monitored the academic performance of student-athletes in addition to their athletic progress. Adhered strictly to rules and regulations of the activities department and the district. Drafted and distributed a packet for student athletes outlining rules and expectations. Fostered a culture of good sportsmanship, cooperation and responsibility. Established and followed through with penalties for breaches of sportsmanship standards. Maintained accurate statistics, records and results of each season.

  • 2005 Valle Vista League Champions, Undefeated
  • 2006 Valle Vista League Champions, Undefeated
Assistant Coach, 10/2002 to 01/2003
The Culinary Institute Of AmericaSan Antonio, TX,

Boys varsity assistant coach, junior varsity head coach, goalkeeper coach.

Head Coach, 05/2003 to 06/2004
University Of KentuckyLexington, KY,

Oversaw successful transition from recreational AYSO Select team to independent club team. Coach Mentorship prepared parent-coach to assume primary coaching duties. Added second independent team. Trained club's goalkeepers.

Assistant Coach, 10/2003 to 02/2004
Upland High SchoolCity, STATE,

Girls varsity assistant coach, goalkeeper coach.

Team Coach, Goalkeeper Coach, 05/1995 to 05/2003
Claremont Stars Soccer ClubCity, STATE,

Team Coach for boys and girls teams at various stages of development from Bronze to Premier. Head of club's goalkeeper training program.

Semi-Professional Soccer Player, 07/1998 to 06/2001
La Verne Soccer ClubCity, STATE,
  • 1998 Pacific Soccer League Champions
  • 1999 Pacific Soccer League Runners-Up
  • 2000 Las Vegas Silver Mug Tournament co-Champions
  • 2001 Budweiser Cup semi-finalist
  • 2001 Weekend Trial: San Diego Flash, Second Division A-League
  • 2001 Competed against Trinidad and Tobago National Team
Bachelor of Arts: Sociology, Expected in May 2015
Temple University - Philadelphia, PA
GPA: Cum Laude and Distinction in the Major Member, Phi Beta Kappa, Elected 2015 Recipient, William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship, 2014-2015 Recipient, Temple University Grant, 2013-2014

Coursework in Sports, Violence, Religion, Zombie Culture, Race/Ethnicity, Knowledge and Philosophy

  • Graduation Honors: Cum Laude and Distinction in the Major
  • Member, Phi Beta Kappa honor society
  • Recipient, William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship
  • Recipient, Temple University Grant

Professional Affiliations

National Soccer Coaches Association of America

    April 2014 National Diploma
  • July 2005 Goalkeeping Level II Diploma
  • July 2005 Goalkeeping Level I Diploma

    United States Soccer Federation

    June 2005 National D License

    American Red Cross

    • April 2015 Adult and Pediatric First Aid and CPR with AED
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