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College educator with experience teaching criminal justice courses to undergraduate students.
Outstanding ability to gain the trust, confidence and respect of students from diverse social, ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
Counseled, mentored and coached students to maximize their potential and excel.
Sound judgment and a work history of proactively identifying and resolving problems in real time.
Solid time management, attention to detail and organizational skills, including prioritizing tasks.
Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
Master of Arts (MA), Teaching, National University San Diego, CA; earned 2010
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Psychology, Argosy University Orange, CA; earned 2005
Associate of Arts (AA), Criminal Justice
Internships: multiple drug treatment centers, helping individuals overcome addiction.
First Aid/CPR Basic Certified
Certified CPR Instructor
Completed Inservice Training: Easy Grade Pro; Information Literacy; Assessment of Student Learning; Teaching and Learning; and Library Research; Westwood College Upland, CA
Completed P.C. 832 Searches and Seizure Training, Riverside Community College
Completed Verbal Judo/OC Training, San Bernardino County Sheriff s Department
Active Member, American Heart Association
UEI College Anaheim, CA Oct. 2015-Present
Educate college students seeking to earn an Associates Degree in Criminal Justice.
Teach Criminology, Corrections, Introduction to Terrorism and Victims Advocacy, and discuss current issues impacting the criminal justice system.
Lead trips for study in the field at a variety of locations to share real world experience and tools.
Assist students with securing employment opportunity in the criminal justice field, including helping to complete applications and enhance their interviewing skills.
Everest College City of Industry, CA Apr. 2007-Apr. 2015
Build and maintained communications with students seeking an Associates Degree in Criminal Justice.
Educated students in a variety of subjects, including Introduction to Terrorism, Victims Advocacy, Criminology and Corrections, and discussed current issues impacting the criminal justice system.
Organized trips in the field to a variety of locations to study and share lessons learned.
Helped students to find jobs in the criminal justice field, including improving their interviewing skills.
Westwood College Upland, CA 2005-2006
Educated Bachelors Degree candidates in a variety of criminal justice courses.
Taught Juvenile Justice I; Criminal Investigation; Criminal Procedures; Criminal Investigation; Criminology; Comparative Justice; Victimology; Domestic Violence; International Business Law; and Internet Law.
Counseled students regarding domestic violence and victimology.
San Bernardino County Probation Department San Bernardino, CA 2002-2010
Probation/Corrections Officer (2002-2010)
Built and maintained communication with up to 20 juveniles, ages 15-18.
Led group therapy sessions to listen to the challenges that juveniles face and to offer solutions to overcome obstacles and make a positive contribution to society.
Teach juveniles how to effectively communicate to resolve conflict instead of committing crimes.
Assisted juveniles with pursuing vocational educational programs as part of improving their quality of life.
Instructed juveniles how to search for a job, dress appropriately for interviews and behave at work.
Night Custody Officer (2002-2004)
Maintained the safety and security of juveniles and wardens while overseeing daily operations.
Instituted security-related policies and procedures to maintain order and maximize safety.
Demonstrated a proven ability to dissolve crisis situations involving out of control juveniles.
Showcased strong attention to detail skills while drafting written reports.
Bank of America Los Angeles, CA 1990-2000
Customer Service Representative
Communicated effectively with customers over the telephone to assist with their banking needs.
Educated customers about banking instruments, mortgages and student loans.
Dear Hiring Manager:
With this letter, I wish to express my genuine interest in joining your organization as a (INSERT JOB TITLE).
As demonstrated in the accompanying resume, I am a college educator with experience teaching criminal justice courses to undergraduate students. I have an outstanding ability to gain the trust, confidence and respect of students from diverse social, ethnic and cultural backgrounds. In this capacity, I ve counseled, mentored and coached students to maximize their potential and excel. I also possess sound judgment and a work history of proactively identifying and resolving problems in real time, having served as a Probation Officer with the San Bernardino County Sheriff s Office.
I hold a Master of Arts (MA) in Teaching from National University and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology from Argosy University. I also earned an Associate of Arts (AA) in Criminal Justice. My experience includes teaching Introduction to Terrorism; Victims Advocacy; Juvenile Justice I; Criminal Investigation; Criminal Procedures; Criminal Investigation; Criminology; Comparative Justice; Victimology; Domestic Violence; International Business Law; and Internet Law.
As your educator, you will find me to be a team player committed to improving student achievement. I have no doubt that I would be a valuable asset to your operations, and look forward to interviewing with you in the near future.
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