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Kate Stephenson

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10/2017 - present, Warehouse Lead, St John's Food Share, Portland, Oregon

Coordinate volunteers, delegating tasks, training new volunteers, stock shelves and clean before store opens. Open the store, keep volunteers on task, organize the stock room, sort through expired produce for farm composting. Customer service, working in teams with a variety of people from all walks of life.

05/2017 - 08/2017, Extra, Netflix, Portland, Oregon

Worked as an extra in the Netflix show "Everything Sucks". Costumed myself in 1990's style to the great delight of the costumers; I was punctual and dependable, followed instructions. We had long days in the heat, but worked in teams and made the days positive and fun. Built relationships, made connections, and I was one of the few who got called back to help create the show's trailer.

2013 - 2017, Designer/Model, Modified Style Portland, Portland, Oregon

Every year, we chose a bag full of random recycled clothing and fabrics and our challenge is to design and create a garment or garments that can be worn down the runway and hopefully in real life. There is a final fashion show, and I have designed several outfits over the years, including walking the runway in them. We learn about back stage, hair and makeup, working with others for the good of all. The garments get auctioned off at the end of the night and the proceeds go to charities. I have encouraged other youth designers to join, which helped create a much larger youth designer section.

2013 - 2016, Artist, Artsy Anneka, Portland, Oregon

I created my own art - canvas paintings, jewelry, sewn goods, knitted goods. I created a website to sell my art with a blog devoted to my art. I designed business cards to hand out and I learned how to network with others. I set up my booth at craft fairs, school fairs, and street fairs, and art galleries; in addition to selling online. I would go to network events and meet others in business and learn from them.

11/2013 - 03/2014, Co-Manager, Side Street Cafe

Our class started a coffee shop for our business math project. I would show up every morning to make the coffee. My co-manager and I would set up the tent and table, plate the baked goods, and merchandise the product. Our customers were other students and numerous parents dropping their students off for the morning and picking them up in the afternoon. I handled the cash and giving change, managing the other students in the class, and making sure our little coffee stand ran smoothly and efficiently. We successfully raised almost two-thousand dollars in profit in eleven weeks.

03/2014 - 01/2018, Dancer, SusseFusse Dance Troupe, Portland, Oregon

I was a dependable and valuable member or the folk dance troupe called SusseFusse. We learned new dances, and danced in various venues throughout the city and the state. Two summers I was included in the trip to California where we had intensive dance training from teachers all over the world. I had to raise my own money to go, which took me several months to prep, and I did earn some scholarships as well. Through learning at dance camp, I was able become a leader and assist to our troupe back home. I was able to connect with so many people from so many countries and different cultures, young to old, listening to so many stories of their lives.

07/2016 - 07/2017, Salesperson, Stockton Folk Dance Camp Store, Stockton, California

Part of one of my scholarship duties was to work in the thrift shop at Stockton Folk Dance Camp Every afternoon I would go to the shop and sort clothes that had been donated. I organized them, priced them, and merchandised them to create a welcoming shopping environment. I helped customers who came in find wonderful garments that looked great on them. I handled the sales and cash, giving change back. I was dependable, reliable and always showed up on time, took initiative to get things done, with minimal supervision.


Portland Village School, Portland, Oregon
Jefferson High School, Portland, Oregon
  • Honor Roll
  • Bio-Tech Program
  • Mural Club
  • Gay-Straight Alliance Club
  • Track and Field
Portland Community College, Portland, Oregon
  • Biology


Customer Service
Attention to detail
Positive attitude
Creative thinking


DJ mixing
Tea drinking
Netflix watching
Position Overview:


In order to become a successful Barista, you'll need to master multiple tasks and develop various skills required to execute this job. As Baristas are in direct contact with customers and can highly influence whether they will or will not return, these professionals need to possess excellent communication abilities and should already have experience in food and beverage preparation and serving. Some of the other daily duties Baristas are responsible for include welcoming customers and answering their questions, cleaning and restocking work areas, and assisting in inventory management. Besides the above-mentioned qualities, Baristas should also have a polite and engaging personality, high commitment to customer satisfaction, and willingness to learn and get better.

Company Overview:

Known as one of the most famous and popular coffeehouse chains in the world, this company from Seattle has been serving its' customers since 1971. It currently operates in over 30,000 locations and with revenue of $24.71 billion and over 291,000 employees, it also belongs to the S&P 500 list which consists of the biggest corporates in the United States. According to current and past employees, it is a great and friendly place to work although it might depend on whether you work for the actual company or just franchise. It's especially good if you want to be a part of the international team and want to experience what's it like to work in a fast-paced business environment. They offer fair-pay and multiple other awesome benefits, such as the possibility to relocate and great promotion opportunities.

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