- With SRS I shadow investigations while also performing individual investigations with a licensed social worker overlooking my work.
- Data and log input.
- Liaison tasks within the juvenile court system.
With King Liquor I was fortunate to make use of my summer before I moved. It was a great summer job where I was able to practice my customer service and organizational skills. King's customers are always the best and I was happy to be a part of it, if only for a summer.
With Combined insurance I was able to generate new customers while at the same time meeting with existing policy holders to review their coverage and offer them further assistance so that they were able to better cover themselves and their family or business.
My responsibilities included but were not limited to conducting needs assessments, securing referrals and setting appointments, reviewing policies, and constant use of customer service skills.
With Candlewood Suites, I was fortunate to work with extended stay guests where they were treated more like family rather than guests. In that position I created reservations by phone and in person, was in charge of the safety of a 60 room hotel while I completed my shift, typing and filing, and a considerable amount of customer service.
With Wolf Creek I was able to gain experience and knowledge of the nuclear power plant in Kansas. In this power plant, I aided supplemental workers as they worked toward their safety certificates for the 2011 outage that occurs every 18 months.
Through Papa Johns I was able to experience the fast paced lifestyle of management, in-store and delivery duties. The job required constant customer service and organizational skills.
Through my two years in the Wal-Mart deli, I was able to build customer relations as it was customer service oriented job while maintaining a clean working environment.
With this degree I hope to work toward my clinical license where I am able to practice in a therapist or counseling office. I hope to work with clients dealing with trauma and crisis using approaches such as the solution focused therapy or strengths based theory in attempt to help clients find answers and healing within themselves.
I began attending ESU in June of 2003 until spring 2005. Due to personal reasons I took a year break and continued in the fall of 2008.
While working toward my Bachelor's I took classes such as Interpersonal Communication, Communication and Gender, Family Communication, and Cultural Communication where I was better able to understand the communication process and styles that individuals and families use within their community and outer surroundings.
My interests include but are not limited to the good of the community.
I am interested in volunteer work, child welfare, the clinical side of social work including counseling and solution focused therapy, crisis centers, prevention and preservation agencies.