I have used Microsoft Excel for countless hours during the time I spent not only at the University of Wisconsin while obtaining my Master's degree, but I've also used it during the many years of experience I've had as an Engineer.
Algebra 2 was one of the subjects I've tutored at the High School level.
I've learned AutoCAD at UW-Madison. I've worked as a Design Engineer using AutoCAD for over 2 years in the industry. AutoCad is one of the skills I have an endorsement from on my LinkedIn profile.
I have a Master's degree in Engineering Mechanics and Astronautics from UW-Madison. I recently took a skills test from Civil Engineering and passed easily. I've worked as a design, service, nuclear, and project engineer, with a total of 7 years of professional experience.
I've tutored all levels of math to middle level income students as part of the AVID program at an inner city High School this past semester.
Geometry is one of the subjects I tutored this past semester when I was working as a tutor in the AVID program for helping middle income Junior and Senior High School students who's grades were struggling.
I have a Masters in Engineering Mechanics and Astronautics from UW-Madison. Mathematica is one of the computer software skills I picked up when I was at the UW. I've used it at my most recent Engineering position at Phoenix Nuclear Labs. The reason I feel so fluent with the software is because the code is very similar to C+, which is the first computer code I learned as a child.
I've used MATLAB throughout my education at UW-Madison. I also had a semester long Research Assistant position where I was using the software to help a Professor at UW.
I have a Master's Degree in Engineering Mechanics and Astronautics at UW-Madison. I also have around 7 years of professional experience as a design, service, nuclear, and project engineer.
I mastered the use of Microsoft Excel when I was in High School. I began using it in Computer Science classes. I then spent countless hours on it at the University of Wisconsin, preparing reports for multiple classes. I've used it in the fields of Engineering, Business, and Computer Science. It has served many purposes for me and I can use it in many ways.
I spent many hours putting together presentations for classes that I taught as a Teaching Assistant at the University of Wisconsin and also for classes that I had to demonstrate research projects which I had completed. Microsoft PowerPoint was the software I learned in High School and to be the most superior software available for presenting any material and it arguably has remained that way. Some people may disagree with this point, but they just haven't learned the fun tricks of the software yet.
I mastered the use of Microsoft Word when I was in Elementary School. I've been using it to write reports, both technical, and non-technical since I was a child.
I know how to play both the alto and tenor saxophone. I currently own and play the tenor saxophone. I received multiple gold medals on solos I performed in state level competitions while I was in High School. I was also in the Jazz and Marching Band in High School. Musical talent comes very naturally to me. I also live with a producer.
I've performed one-on-one and group tutoring for students with trigonometry difficulties.