United States Air Force Academy (Business Management)
University of California Los Angeles (MBA)
Hi everyone! My name is Mike and I am looking forward to tutoring you. Originally from outside Chicago, I was recruited to the United States Air Force Academy to play football when I was 18. I learned quickly that I needed to stay organized as I had to balance military, sports, and academics throughout my four years there. I ultimately graduated in the top 10% of my major and then commissioned in the Air Force as a 2nd lieutenant. I served 6 years in the Air Force as a cost analyst, including one year in the Middle East. Toward the end of my Air Force career, I was accepted into the UCLA Anderson School of Business, where I completed my MBA in summer of 2015. I briefly worked on Wall Street in New York City before coming back to LA to pursue the life of an entrepreneur. I now am involved in starting two companies - one for profit and one non profit. I am also a captain in the United States Air Force Reserves and a part time actor.
I enjoy tutoring because I love sitting one on one or in small groups and helping young men and women succeed. The youth of this country is the future, so I am willing to do all I can to ensure the United States will continue to excel as the best nation in the world.
I have done countless presentations to many different audiences in an academic and professional setting. I also am an actor, so I can use those skills to convey a message to the right audience.
I have a well-grounded knowledge of different career fields and can advise you on different alternatives for the best career development path.
I have both real-world and academic qualifications to assist in tutoring for business. I have an undergraduate and graduate degree in business as well as career experiences in accounting, finance, and marketing.
Hi everyone! My name is Mike and I am looking forward to tutoring you. Originally from outside Chicago, I was recruited to the United States Air Force Academy to play football when I was 18. I learned quickly that I needed to stay organized as I had to balance military, sports, and academics throughout my four years there. I ultimately graduated
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