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Jordan Richards was recognized for graduatingI graduated on time with 9 college credit hours.Fall 2013 - Spring 2017Added by Jordan
Jordan Richards was recognized for earning a spot on an honors listI achieved at least a 3.5 GPA throughout all of high school.Added by Jordan
Awards & Recognition
Jordan Richards was recognized for earning an academic awardNutrition & Wellness Informative Presentation National Level Contest, 1st Place
Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America(FCCLA)
I competed in an informative public speaking competition at the sub-district, district, regional, state, and then national level in San Antonio, Texas with my presentation founded on how different nutrients, workout plans, and specific foods effect a person's overall wellness. I placed first at all of these levels.Fall 2013 - Spring 2014Added by Jordan
Jordan Richards was recognized for earning an academic awardPublic Speaking State Level Contest, 1st Place
The National FFA Organization
I competed at the sub-district, district, regional, state, then national level in Louisville, Kentucky with a speech surrounding the aspects of agriculture, how it has influenced our past, present, and future, and the values we can learn from its' traditions. I achieved first place at these levels, except for the national competition.Fall 2013 - Spring 2014Added by JordanExpand ▾
Activities & Affiliations
Hugh O' Brian Youth Leadership(HOBY)Each year, students from my high school competitively apply to be the HOBY Anna High Ambassador. I was selected in 2014 to attend the HOBY program at Rhodes State University and with this, volunteered in many social action causes. I am still an active HOBY alumni in my state.Spring 2015 - Spring 2017Added by Jordan
Platoon GuideJanuary 2016 - August 2017
During Army Basic Training and Advanced Individualized Training, while at the rank of Private First Class, I was appointed the Platoon Guide position(leader of 69 soldiers and reported to the Platoon Sergeant). Duties included: guiding soldiers to make right decisions for the betterment of our company, keeping accountability of 69 soldiers, assuring the soldiers were in the right uniform, at the right place, and at the right time, giving commands during activities, helping with soldier's issues and complaints, assigning guard duty, calling cadence, giving march commands to the formation as a whole, working closely with our platoon sergeant to assure all deadlines and standards of behavior are met, and being an example of a leader/soldier that exemplifies the Army Values: loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity, and personal courage.
Frisch's Restaurants Inc. (FRS)
ServerAugust 2015 - May 2017
As a server at Frisch's Big Boy, I worked in the evenings after school, weekends, and during breaks. Duties included: welcoming families, friends, and visitors into Big Boy, seating them in designated sections, taking their order, bringing their food and drinks, checking up on them, assisting other servers in their duties, creating salads, cleaning, misc. work and closing down the restaurant. The most important skill I gained while working at Frisch's was how to talk to people professionally, market, provide outstanding customer service, keep a positive vibe for my customers, and work as a team.
Ohio U.S. Army National Guard
Culinary SpecialistAugust 2017 - PresentAs a culinary specialist, I sautée, fry, bake, cook, grill, broil, and create different foods from scratch. I have made plates varying from a burger to lobster tail during my training and while on the job. I also clean as I go and while helping other soldiers with food preparation, maintain a bright, happy atmosphere in the kitchen if it's under my leadership. During culinary training, I was assigned to be the Team Leader because of my grades and leadership capabilities. I communicate directions from our sergeant and make sure food is done correctly and the kitchen is cleaned correctly.