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Work experience

May 2010Present

Sales Associate


  • Macy's sales associates assist customers in finding products that match their needs. These retail salespersons answer questions about products and promote their value and best features. For example, a sales associate might explain to a customer how to care for an expensive suit that she may be thinking about purchasing. Sales associates also receive payments from customers, which may be in cash or via check, credit card or debit card. Sales associates operate cash registers. They count cash, process credit and debit cards, accept discount coupons, provide sales slips and give customers change, if necessary. These salespersons also place customers' purchases in bags or packages.Sales associates perform other tasks, as assigned, such as stocking racks and shelves, marking prices, preparing displays and taking inventory. As these retail salespersons work, they are continually alert to possible thefts and other security risks. They follow specific store procedures to handle security problems, by calling security guards, for example.
  • Courtesy of: Job Description for a Sales Associate at Macy's |


    Sep 2008Present

    Rider University
    Sep 2004May 2008

    East Orange Campus High School


    Writing, Editing, Styling, Fashion, Fitness, Photography, PR, Marketing


    Mary Mewherter

    Ronald McDonald

    Bosah Ebo

    Amber Henley

    Jean Shim


    I aspire to become a fashion/editorial stylist at a magazine company, owning my own boutique/shop, becoming a physical trainer, designing my own clothing line and more.

    I'm currently a senior attending Rider University, majoring in communication with a track in public relations and oncentration in marketing. I am one of the two campus correspondents and editor of Her Campus Rider University. 

    This is my virtual portfolio…click here.


    Website Design
    Non-Verbal Communication
    Verbal Communication
    Microsoft Office Applications
    Including Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint