Jay-Ce specializes in political communication, professional correspondence, informational articles, blog posts, and how-tos.
Despite these specializations, he is also a curious and quick-to-learn person capable of tackling nearly any topic.
Jay-Ce's interests are wide and constantly being updated. Some of his primary interests include politics, technology, national security, self-help, philosophy, fitness, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Also awarded a Certificate in Interdisciplinary Writing
Most experience in this industry was written for research during Jay-Ce's undergraduate studies. His focus was primarily on international politics but he is well in tune with domestic politics as well. He has also written a small amount for a successful candidate for city council.
Jay-Ce worked in the hospitality industry for a little over two years, working as a front desk, or guest services, representative and housekeeper.
Jay-Ce was a high school English teacher for two years at a Title 1 school. He became the chair of his department during his second year and liaised frequently with district partners and fellow educators at other schools. He also worked as an admissions intern at the University of Georgia's Office of Undergraduate Admissions where he advised students and families on the admissions process. Jay-Ce's unique experience as a teacher gave him an insightful look into the nation's problems within education, particularly in Title 1 schools, but also a unique perspective of the constituents of the system.
Jay-Ce was a corps member in the national non-profit organization known as Teach For America.
White papers written by Jay-Ce are from his undergraduate studies. They are primarily research papers focusing on a variety of issues within international affairs.
As an intern in a congressional office, Jay-Ce drafted the Representative's Hispanic Heritage month speech and press release in late 2015. He went through multiple iterations of the speech before it was approved by the press secretary and video recorded by the Representative.
Jay-Ce has written a keynote address for a senior university administrator who addressed an academic honor society. The speech was mostly a call to action for the members to not forget about learning from experience.