I recently finished graduate school at Texas Tech University and moved to Houston to start my career in engineering. I completed my electrical engineering undergraduate degree in 2009 with a cumulative 4.0 GPA. I finished my MBA and M.S. Finance degrees last year. During school, I was a tutor employed by Texas Tech. I was on staff at the Texas Tech Learning Center. I was also a physics supplementary instruction leader, official circuits course tutor in the electrical engineering department, and was highly recommended on the physics department tutor list.
In addition to engineering, calculus, and physics courses, I had the opportunity to help students with a wide-ranging list of different courses because of the open-door policy at the Texas Tech Learning Center. I have extensive experience tutoring business math, probability and statistics, economics, and finance courses. I'm a very patient person and a good listener. I am generally good at explaining things in a way that can be easily understood. I am happy to teach/tutor any level of student, but probably would do best with ages 13+. I enjoy tutoring because I like the challenge and enjoy helping others to succeed.
During my summers in college, I had engineering internships/co-ops with Kimberly Clark Corporation, BNSF Railway, and Luminant (Nuclear Power Plant). During grad-school, I was in the multi-million dollar Student Managed Investment Fund, which used Bloomberg Financial software to analyze stocks. Now in Houston, I am currently working full time as an electrical design engineer at a firm rated in Fortune's 2012 "100 Best Companies to Work For."
I am generally available to meet most evenings and week-ends.
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