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Benjamin F. ReusserObjectiveTo gain employment with a human services agency to serve as part of a team which partners with clients to create the best possible client outcomes.EducationBachelors of science|may 2016|purdue universityMajor: Human ServicesMinor: Psychology, Sociology, Military ScienceHuman Services-Board Certified Practitioner (HS-BCP) qualifiedRelevant academic information: Graduation with highest academic distinction (3.9 cumulative GPA), Tau Upsilon Alpha (National Human Services Honor Society): Vice President (May 2016-May 2017) and lifetime member, Alpha Kappa Delta (National Honor Society of Sociology): life time memberExperienceResidential Life Coach | The Rescue Mission|November 2014-PresentProvided a high level of individualized client case management to include: setting of necessary goals tracking of progress, connection with community based resources, and integration into on-site total life recovery programming for homeless and in-crisis menMaintained in depth contact with community based mental health facilities, legal entities, and governmental agencies to ensure the highest level of dynamic client care and the highest level of client success with high-risk clientsCompleted analytical statistical work, administered urine screens, and recorded information in client charting databaseCareer academy intern|blue jacket, inc.|august 2015-may 2016Aided clients facing barriers to employment to find and maintain lifelong employment by promoting proper resume and job search document creation, teaching positive interviewing skills, and mentoring clients to internalize professional conduct most valued by employersDeveloped a soft skills training kit to demonstrate proper workplace socialization and foster a climate of learning most suited to employment searchingAssisted the Career Academy Facilitator with necessary statistical evaluation to include: program effectiveness, recidivism statistics interpretation, and ongoing client contactlife house intern|The rescue mission|August 2013-April 2014In-processed homeless and in-crisis men into the Life House Immediate Housing programSupported clinical case managers in case management sessions through provision of physical necessitiesEmployed database to log over 600 new client contacts in the internship yearSkills & AbilitiesFluency in German with more than 20 months of immersion residence in GermanyHigh level of interpersonal communication abilities gained from interacting with consistently diverse populationsCritical and creative thinking skills gained due to the dynamic nature of service to the homeless and in-crisis communityStrong, ethical, and consistent leadership qualities developed during five years of service in the United States Army as a leader and follower-Expert marksman (Army assessment)Continuing willingness to learn and improve not only self, but any organization into which I am acceptedFlexible attitude towards non-traditional employment schedule to meet the needs of any client stemming from night and weekend work schedules serving the homeless populationREFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST