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I have over 25 years experience as an Electrical Engineer in an industrial setting. My specialty is teaching PLC programming in a variety of controllers. I have also taught microelectronics and circuits. I enjoy working individually with people who are looking to gain their journeyman certification for the electrical trades.
Susan S.
I am currently an algebra 1 and 2 teacher at a public school. I received my teacher certification on mathematics 4-8 and 8-12 and graduated from a mathematics education faculty. Currently seeking my masters degree on educational administration.
Mahmut K.
I have been coding in Ruby for the past 5 years. It is my favorite language. I use it on a daily basis for various data processing tasks in my work as a computational neuroscience student. In addition to the many scripts, I have written several libraries, including a graph database interface, an extension to the popular testing library RSpec, and a parser for formal algebras.
Sean M.
I've used Photoshop for graphic design and photography for over two decades (since version 3.0 way back then layers were first introduced!) I have a full time job as a graphic designer (since 1999) and do photography as a side job. So I use the most recent version Photoshop at least 30-40 hours each week.I utilize Photoshop both for photo optimization and for creative projects utilizing photos.
Philip P.
I have taught phonics at all grade levels.
Joan R.
- Chose to take on geometry/trigonometry summer honors course prior to freshman year of high school-after initial struggles, passed the course with an A-worked on off the next 4 years completing school honors projects volunteer hours by tutoring with students in a variety of subjects, often working on Trigonometry with students
Zac D.
I have co-authored the reading/writing program Learning Rivers, which teaches children how to read and write every sound and spelling in the English language in only 100 lessons. One of the unique aspects of this program is that it also teaches children to write creatively. I love to write stories and help children develop an informative, well-written research paper. I have also helped children write essays, poems, and book reports.
Meredith M.
I studied at to Rochville University where I attained my Master of Arts degree in Counseling and my Doctorate of Arts degree in Theology and Christian Counseling. While living in San Antonio, TX, I became an adjunct professor at Wayland Baptist University teaching an 11 week course in Religious Studies. I moved back to Virginia where I started a church ministry. Since becoming Pastor, I was consecrated by the Presiding Archbishop Dr. R.L.J. of the Church of God in Christ as a Bishop.
Dr James R. J.
I went to Harvard University for undergrad where I mentored a lot of high school students in the surrounding area for SAT prep and college admissions. I helped them write their essays, and organize their extracurricular activities, and prepare their applications for college admissions. I am also a Harvard University Alumni interviewer so I know what top universities are looking for in their applicants.
Trisha M.
I have a degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Pennsylvania. I have wired entire buildings for networking at the beginning of the Internet, helped build an undersea robot, and many other practical uses of academic principles. I have taught engineering at three schools. I have taught EE concepts as well to medical students and business systems students.
Brendan R.

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