Texas Christian University, Fort Worth TX
Bachelor of General Studies, August 2018
Major: General Studies
Minor: Social Work
Don Davis Nissan Arlington, TX
Car Salesman July 2018-Present
Qualify buyers by understanding their interests and requirements; matching requirements and interests to various models
Close sales by overcoming objection(s); complete sales or purchase contracts; explain provisions; offer services, warranties and financing; collect payment and deliver automobile
TCU Football Kids Camp Fort Worth, TX
Instructor (Seasonal) 2012-2015
Relayed coaching and commands to youths
Assisted 30+ kids in skill and enablement to execute tasks
Performed capacity to publically speak in testimony to work ethic in athletic departments
Ouachita Parish Alternative School West Monroe, LA
ISS Teacher January 2017-May 2017
Cognitive understanding of the community, thus fostering self-efficacy
Supported families and youth, interacting with multiple personalities
Planned a systematic procedure stocking and serving residents, raising the level of efficiency
Tennessee Titans Nashville, TN
NFL Player May 2016-August 2016
Executed of commitment, discipline and strategic thinking
Developed a sense of mental and physical toughness in pressured situations
Abided to instruction and working alongside others in camaraderie
Sleep Inn & Suites Ruston, LA
Front Desk Attendant August 2017-December 2017
Maintained an inventory of vacancies, reservations and room assignments
Compiled and check daily record sheets, guest accounts, receipts and vouchers using computerized or manual systems
Answered inquiries regarding hotel services and registration by letter, by telephone and in person, provide information about services available in the community and respond to guests' complaints
Policing: Developed a critical eye of understanding the discretion, functions, ethics, and community relations of policing as well as assessing issues of present/future of law enforcement.
Criminal Justice: Developed consciousness to the challenges faced by law enforcements, while understanding correction components and judiciary challenges in present society.
White Collar Crime: Analytically examined records, testimonies, and other types of activities such as data in investigating white collar crime including the ability to identify such crimes.
Community Corrections: Discussed knowledge on community based corrections and conduct; Learned policy impact on the public, offenders, victims, and families.
Research Methods 1 & 2: Established an understanding in research terminology and the ethical principles of research in language and approaches, as it is a tool used to understand environment.
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