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As a recent graduate of Wichita State University, with a Master's in Social Work, I desire to find a position that would allow me the chance to incorporate my master's education and all undergrad degrees. My internships have both had a strong background and focus within the criminal justice field. I am interested in a position that will still allow for the criminal justice aspect, but also with a focus in social work or social services. I have additional degrees in psychology, criminal justice, and sociology. All 4 of these areas combined have given me the resources, skills, knowledge, and training necessary to fulfill any career expectation.

Work experience

Jan 2010Present

Data Conversion Operator (DCO)

United States Postal Service
  • Manual electronic entry of letters, packages, and parcels.
  • Weekly evaluations on error rate, speed, and mail volume keyed.
  • Recognition for at least 5% increase on personal productivity.
  • Rank of no. 8 in terms of efficiency, speed, and productivity out of 1100+ employees 3rd fiscal quarter, February 2011-May 2011.
  • Rank of no. 15 in terms of efficiency, speed, and productivity out of 1100+ employees 4th fiscal quarter, June 2011-August 2011.
  • Rank of no. 94 in terms of efficiency, speed, and productivity out of 991 employees 1st fiscal quarter, September 2011-December 2011.
  • Rank of no. 52 in terms of efficiency, speed, and productivity out of 917 employees 2nd fiscal quarter, January 2012-March 2012.
Jun 2011Jun 2012


Behavioral Interventions, Inc.
  • Become familiar with local and city ordinances and laws.
  • Identify treatment groups offered to clients within the program.
  • Assist case managers with paperwork and case notes.
  • Learn and utilize company software to accurately document client activity, group assignments, and violations.
  • Meet with city officials to discuss client progress within BI program.
  • Assist case managers with conducting and scoring LSI-R's.
  • Attend any training offered to case managers.
  • Complete on-line training within BI.
  • Identify and utilize various assessment tools for new and current clients within an individual treatment program.
  • Create a policy for paperwork organization.
  • Locate and note local social support agencies for clients.
  • Assess, evaluate, and create a behavioral change plan for a new client, including case management.
Aug 2009May 2010


Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC)
  • Familiarize self with local, county, and state laws and ordinances. 
  • Participate in co-facilitated group for incarcerated inmates working on strengthening relationships with family and friends.
  • Assist parole officers and other corrections staff with paperwork, client contacts at home, work, and in the office.
  • Properly and thoroughly document any client interaction.
  • Identify barriers newly released offenders experience upon release from a correctional facility.
  • Visit several correctional facilities in Kansas and become familiar with the various populations within, services and programs provided, and assist with re-entry tasks for both staff and inmates.
  • Assist KDOC staff in various inmate-led groups regarding parenting, education/vocation, and family relationships.
  • Become familiar with local, county, and state policies and procedures related to corrections, re-entry services, and other social services agencies.
  • Attend and complete training for “Thinking for a Change” (T4C), an evidence-based educational course focusing on
  • thinking patterns, beliefs, and conflict-resolution skills.
Oct 2009Jan 2010

Point of Sale Associate

  • Provide excellent customer service as set forth by company.
  • Assist customers with purchases, exchanges, and complaints/concerns.
  • Become aware of potential loss prevention criminal methods.
  • Assist with organizing inventory when necessary.
  • Encouraging customers to apply for new lines of department store credit.
Oct 2007Sep 2009

Corrections Officer

Judge Riddel Boys' Ranch
  • Maintain the safety and security of up to 49 male juvenile residents.
  • Keep written records of all activities performed between staff and residents.
  • Attend any training relevant to the position and facility once a month
  • Focus on conflict resolution, customer service, and solutions among residents.
  • Participate in various activities with residents as required by the position.
  • Complete First Aid/CPR training.
  • Complete MAB (Managing Aggressive Behavior) and ART (Aggression Replacement Therapy); methods used with juvenile offenders in regards to physical restraint and aggression intervention.
  • Provide written statements to local law enforcement in regards to any illegal activity regarding residents.
  • Uphold county and departmental code of ethics.
  • Assist supervisor when necessary in regards to AWOL residents from facility.
  • Report to counseling and corrections staff in monitoring and observation of various residents.
Oct 2006Oct 2007

Customer Service Rep

Dean & DeLuca
  • Achieved highest individual revenue, ($132,000), for call center during the months of November and December 2006.
  • Resolved customer inquiries via e-mail regarding orders, payment information, billing/shipping, comments and complaints.
  • Oversaw the production of new company customer service and employee manual.
  • Trained a total of 14 seasonal employees for the 2006 holiday season in customer service via internet, postal mail, fax, phone, and e-mail.
  • Monitored employee incoming customer service calls to check for required scripting, sales suggestions, and overall service given.
  • Participated in all company product knowledge (training of food and wine)
  • Created training documents and quizzes for trainers and employees.
  • Distributed a weekly list of training DVD’s over customer service to watch to employees and junior management staff.
  • Uphold company mission statement of Dean and DeLuca as the preeminent purveyor of fine foods, kitchenware, and wine from around the globe.



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Center for Substance Abuse Prevention

Depression (Symptoms and Signs)

Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) and Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program

Medication Administration Online Training

Children's Alliance of Kansas

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Center for Substance Abuse Prevention