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My name is Kristin Trick. I enjoy being around people and learning more about them. I am very interested in the military and am aware of the great needs our service members and their families have. Recently, I have done a lot of volunteer work which includes coaching middle school cross-country and track teams, helping with an after-school tutoring program, and working with the youth ministry at Fort Benning, GA.

Some of my interests include reading, playing tennis, cooking, painting, exercising, running, organizing,

planning, arts and crafts, and working with teenagers. I am a very driven person who will work

hard at whatever task I am given. I try to give 100% at everything I do.

Work experience

Aug 2012Present

Youth Leader

Fort Bliss Youth Ministry

Currently, I serve as a volunteer youth leader with Fort Bliss Youth Ministry. My duties include attending youth meetings and events, leading small group studies, interacting with teenagers, and chaperoning group activities. 

Jul 2011May 2012

Volunteer Youth Worker

Fort Benning Club Beyond

During my time at Fort Benning, I volunteered with the youth ministry program there. I worked with teenagers from 12 to 18 years old every week. My duties included chaperoning trips and retreats, helping with weekly meetings, and serving as a counselor to the teens of Fort Benning. 

Feb 2012May 2012

Assistant Track Coach

Faith Middle School

I volunteered as a track coach for Faith Middle School. I taught 6th through 8th graders about short and long distance running, helping them use techniques during practice and track meets. I usually spent about 10 hours each week coaching our team.

Aug 2011Oct 2011

Assistant Cross-Country Coach

Faith Middle School

I volunteered as a coach for Faith Middle School's cross country team. During that time, I worked with 6th through 8th graders teaching them how to run long distance and excel at city competitions. Typically, I spent around 10 hours each week helping with the team.

Aug 2009May 2011

Student Worker

Liberty University Army ROTC

For two years, I served as the student worker in the Army ROTC office. My duties consisted of

dealing with confidential paperwork, helping cadets with tasks such as in-processing and

disenrollment, and assisting cadre with various office and classroom tasks. I was also

responsible for helping with preparations for commissioning ceremonies as well as creating and editing budgets for the fiscal year.

May 2009Aug 2009

Summer Intern

Military Community Youth Ministries

The summer before my junior year of college, I served as a summer intern for Military Community

Youth Ministries. During this time period, I worked in the main post chapel and assisted the

community director there. My tasks included serving as the girls' counselor on trips to Hume San

Diego Christian Camp (Middle School and High School) and a mission trip to San Diego. I also

helped to lead devotionals at youth events, and contacted parents and students about upcoming

activities. While at Fort Huachuca, I also became involved with the Hospitality House Ministry. This

ministry is operated by a family who lives close to the post and provides recreational and spiritual

growth opportunities for soldiers and their families. I helped to make meals for hospitality house

luncheons as well as interacted with the many guests who attended these functions.

May 2008Aug 2008

Camp Counselor

Camp Bethel Ministries

At Camp Bethel, I worked as a camp counselor for the whole summer. My duties included being

responsible for a cabin of 5-6 girls, teaching arts & crafts classes, helping prepare and serve meals

for several hundred people, and cleaning the campground. Every week, a different age group came

to Camp Bethel. Overall, the ages of girls I interacted with ranged from 9 to 18 years old. While

leading my cabin of girl campers, I had to prepare and give a devotional each morning, make sure

they were where they needed to be, and attempt to form relationships with them.

May 2006May 2008

Pharmacy Clerk

Cavalier Pharmacy

For two years, I served as a pharmacy clerk at Cavalier Pharmacy. I averaged 40

hours per week during the summer, and several hours per week during the school year. My tasks

included helping customers find store items, running the cash register, and helping fill prescription

orders. I also undertook pharmacy technician (PT) training as I was currently interested in the job.

This included counting pills, updating patients' computer profiles, and stocking and labeling different



Aug 2012Present

Master of Arts

Liberty University
Aug 2007May 2011

Bachelor's of Science

Liberty University
Aug 2003May 2007

High School Diploma

J.J. Kelly High School


Jon McIver

Marsha Martinez

Steve Paquette


In the past five years, I have volunteered as a sports coach, youth worker, camp counselor, and tutor. These experiences have given me many opportunities to counsel others, particularly young adults, and I have learned to listen well and offer counsel when needed.
While working as a pharmacy clerk, I used the cash register on a daily basis to handle transactions.
Clerical Work
As a student worker for ROTC, I worked with confidential documents, filed paperwork, used copier and fax machines, created budgets for our department, dealt with students' applications, answered phone calls, and answered questions from cadets and their families.

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