I graduated from Computer Science College in 2006 in Tripoli, Libya with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science. At the Medical School in Tripoli, Libya in 2007, I worked with a professor in a Computer Science class as a Teacher Assistant. As a Teacher Assistant for the Management and Health Information Technology Department at the Medical School Alfatah University in Tripoli, Libya, I taught a class at the college level for almost a year. As a Teacher Assistant I also provided students with school tours, preparing exams and grading papers. The classes I taught were C Programming Language, Digital Circuit and Visual Basics, Mathematics.
As a tutor, I believe that extensive communication and (public) speaking with students is important. Most recently, I have worked at the International Student Services Office at the University of Bridgeport as an Office Assistant. As an Office Assistant for the International Student Services Office at the University of Bridgeport, I learned how to properly enforce guidelines to a diverse group of students and always made sure that they received the proper information regarding their immigration status. In this position, I assisted office advisors in facilitating student walk-ins and appointments, filing, and answering phone calls regarding immigration status, documents and applications. I also participated in educational and cultural presentations to enhance cultural awareness on campus. I encouraged international students to network with the event sponsors, domestic students, and faculty and staff so that they can improve their English language skills and develop connections for a successful career in the future. Moreover, I helped organize Coffee Hours which consisted of presentations that represent diverse topics to enable international students overcome culture shock.
My aspiration as a tutor is to assist and increase the student’s knowledge in the Mathematics field.
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