Recreational Center, Lebanon, IN
May 2017 – June 2017 Operations Assistant
Facilitated conversations with clients regarding available services
Launched a fall wellness festival, reaching out to over 100 families in the community
Communicated with 20 community partners and created booth map for the event
Three Eighths Bank, Zionsville, IN
May 2018 – June 2018 Bank Teller
Ensured customer protection from fraudulent transactions and potential identity theft
Handled customer transactions, including deposits, withdrawals, and money orders
Balanced cash flows and maintained accurate records at the end of each day
Menards, Lebanon, IN
June 2016 – August 2016 Lumber Associate
Provided excellent customer service to clients searching for appropriate lumber to meet their needs
Operated technical equipment to move heavy lumber pallets
Community Impact Trip, Charleston, WVMay 2016
Renovated animal shelter to help provide better living conditions
Raised money via campaigning to support renovation costs
Provided care and companionship to animals during their temporary relocation
Your experience section can have a variety of different names. You can have whatever sections make sense for you, such as “Customer Service Experience”, “Leadership Experience”, or “Volunteering Experience”. If you are unsure how to categorize your experience, be sure to talk with your career coach.
Include relevant information – name of organization, location, your position title, dates involved, and keep the order in which you display this information consistent for each item in this section.
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Explain the experience and the skills you gained following the accomplishment statement format:
Skill + how + why/result
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