Riley St. Clair

Riley St. Clair

Work History

Work History
Jan 2008 - Aug 2008

Server/Food Runner

El Ranchito Restaurant

Began as a food runner and worked my way into becoming a server.  El Ranchito is notoriously the busiest restaurant in Laguna Beach and took a lot of ambition and hard work.

Jan 2007 - Aug 2007


Zipfizz Co.

Worked as a promoter in several Costco's throughout Orange County.  Had extensive knowledge of the product I was selling and greatly increased the rate of sales.

Jul 2007 - Aug 2007


One Take Entertainment

After working throughout the school year as a Promoter for Zipfizz, I was asked to be in a commercial for the company posing as a baseball player.

Sep 2006 - Jan 2007


American Greetings


Aug 2009 - Present

University Of Arizona




Raised in a family of three boys, competition was a way of life.  On top of that being the middle child of three boys leaves you with an identity crisis that makes winning a must.  Our father pushed us to our absolute limit.  Throughout the childhood years we played soccer, hockey, skiiing, baseball, basketball, and football.  Having to follow in the footsteps of a perennial all-star older brother, I put it on myself to match him in every sport.     By the time high school hit I had developed into an intensely emotional competitor.  I had earned the utmost respect from my peers and established myself as the alpha male. I ran the 100 meters, did high jump, long jump, started as the quarterback, and was j.v. shooting guard my freshman year.  By my senior year I became what people referred to as a triple threat athlete.  I was the starting wide receiver, linebacker, kicker, and punter.  I developed the confidence, swagger, and charisma of a leader of over 100 people.  When a clutch moment arose, everyone knew that it was me who was going to get or kick the ball.  At seasons end I had received honors of First Team-All South Coast League, First Team-All C.I.F., First Team All Southern California, O.C. All Star Game, and National-Scholar Athlete.   I continued my career at Santa Barbara City College where my courage and composure were put to the ultimate test.  Going into our fifth game the team was 0-4 and was lacking moral and swagger, all that changed when I lined up with thirty seconds remaining for a 50 yard game winning field goal.  I nailed it in what was my first collegiate attempt.  With the confidence and hope back the very next week the game came down to another game winning attempt. I lined up from 46 yards this time and did the same thing.  The team carried so much momentum that we won out our season and ended up 6-4 winning a league title.     I believe that how someone responds when the pressure is on defines them.  What I accomplished says a lot of things about me.  It assures you that I lack fear, intimidation, and can maintain my composure in a make or break situation.  These skills will translate over into the business world when charisma is the pressure.