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Santa Barbara City College (Electronics)
To prospective students: I am in my late 50's and have acquired a wealth of hands-on experience in a number of diverse categories: I spent most of my adult life as a self-employed small business owner-operator of a computer consulting business. I managed this business, I marketed it, I designed my own advertising campaigns, I helped thousands of people with computer problems and questions. I mastered Microsoft Publisher, I know computer networking issues well, I understand how the internet works and can find answers to almost any imaginable question and translate technical issues into understandable English.
I also am an amateur creative writer with a number of self-published works. I take a Do-it-yourself approach to just about everything and enjoy enabling others to do the same. I like helping people to solve their own problems and teaching people how to ask the right questions as they research and learn. Please give me a chance to help me with your tutoring needs! To prospective students: I am in my late 50's and have acquired a wealth of hands-on experience in a number of diverse categories: I spent most of my adult life as a self-employed small business owner-operator of a computer
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