My husband and I volunteered in 2008-2009 for a special science course for second graders. In the fall of 2009, I signed up to be a substitute teacher in Montgomery County. I have taught special needs reading, math and music, as well as pre-kindergarten through high school in math, science, American history, music, and English. I enjoy working with children and adults particularly, one-on-one and with groups no larger than 25. I will be taking the Literacy Council Course for ESOL teachers a second time in the August-September time frame. The first time was in 1987-88. At that time, I will re-take the test to certify me.
A little bit more about me:
A former Federal worker with 30 years of experience, including Contracting & Procurement (Contracting Officer with unlimited warrant), I also worked as a Senior Program Analyst, an Environmental Protection Specialist, an Equal Employment (EEO) Opportunity Specialist, and a Diversity Team Leader.
As an Assistant Investigator for a feasibility study, our team worked to establish a sheltered workshop in Howard County. I also donated over 2000 hours when the Rouse Company funding ran out. I worked as a Social Planner for New Towns, an editor for proposals and reports, and as Technical Specifications Coordinator for the Naval Sea Systems Command. I was also a Procurement Analyst at the Naval Sea Systems Command and wrote the first Advance Procurement Plan for Electrical Subsystems, signed off by the Assistant Secretary of the Navy, without change.
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