Administrative Skills Strengths

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What administrative skills, strengths, or experiences have you gained that are relevant to this position?

My administrative skills include, but are not limited to, technology, communication, organization, time-management, and problem-solving skills. All of these abilities combined allow me the expertise to take initiative and be a leader. In high school I was a member of Future Business Leaders of America, my senior year acting as President. This role taught me with many skills from completing tasks such as organizing paperwork and money, running meeting, and sending reminder emails. This role, combined with my other positions in clubs and tasks for school, gave me good experience with balancing all of my responsibilities in a timely manner. During the beginning of High School, I worked at a local restaurant as a busser and lead hostess. As a lead hostess, I was not only in charge of making sure that all the customers were greeted with a smile, but that the whole restaurant was organized, was running smoothly, and that all servers were getting customers seated in their sections equally. The work environment was fast-paced, so it was necessary that I had good communication and problem-solving skills. This previous summer, I worked the morning shift at my local Pita Pit. Working this shift
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Throughout all of my work experience, I treat everyone the way I want to be treated. Empathetic listening is a strength that I possess that has and will benefit me throughout life, and in this position. As I continue to grow and have new experiences, my capacity to help others expands. Throughout my life people have always gravitated towards me as someone they can talk to free of judgment. Many friends in my life have had traumatic and unfortunate events happen. However it resulted, I did what I could to validate their feelings and get them the proper help they need and deserve. My passion is helping people, and that means all
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