555 Main Street
I am a student at Idaho State University, searching for a position that would allow me to focus and work hard in the field that I have studied. I would love to accept a communications position in the military as an active duty commission officer. I am searching for a positon where I can see the outcomes of my dedication, and feel a strong sense of accomplishment in my abilities.
555 Main Street
Kacie spent her elementary and middle school years in Idaho Falls with her dad and then made the transition to Las Vegas, living with her mother in high school. Enjoying the smaller town of Idaho Falls she moved back her senior year and got her own apartment to finish out her high school career. She then made the decision to attend Idaho State University where she is currently double majoring in Mass Communication with an emphasis in public relations and Physical Education with an emphasis in sport management. Kacie is currently working two jobs and going to school full time at Idaho State University. She is a vehicle operator for the United States Air Force Reserve, and a camping/ gift bar associate at Sportsmans Warehouse. Both of these jobs require customer service skills, which she has four years of experience with. She originally started her customer service experience as a shift leader at Baskin Robbins in Idaho Falls, ID. Her overall goal is to graduate from Idaho State University with a dual Bachelors degree and commission into the active duty Air Force, taking a position in the communications field.
My position as a vehicle operator in the Air Force has given me real world experience in high stress situations. The military has taught me many lessons, including teamwork, discipline, time management, organization, work ethic, and it gave me experience with the operation of military grade vehicles. I have learned many vehicle maintenance skills.
My position as a customer service representative gave me experience in dealing with other people during stressful situations. At Sportsman’s I quite often deal with customer returns, exchanges, and complaints. This position has helped me develop the patience and compassion to best serve the customer. I have also gained experience with a POS machine and handling cash.
My position as a camping/gift bar associate has given me experience with merchandising inventory, gaining knowledge in my departments, and how to interact with customers that do not know exactly what they want. The position has helped me develop the organizational skills that could be used in any work place, along with the patience to deal with unruly customers.
Baskin Robbins was my first experience in the work force; it taught me a lot about my work ethic and willingness to please people. My position as a shift leader taught me the importance of paying attention to details of myself and other employees. I was required to not only serve the customers, but prepare the food and clean up at the end of the day. I was expected to manage my co-workers and make sure that everything ran smoothly.
I began Job’s Daughters non-profit organization when I was 12 years old and continued until my junior year of high school. During that time I completed the highest step, which is being named the Honored Queen. I also completed over two hundred hours of community service. I participated in horse judging and horse bowl in the 4-H program for 5 years, competing at the state and national levels. I was a member of the National Honor Society at the high school and collegiate level.