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Mich. State Univ. (Mech Engr)
Univ of Minn. (MBA)
While living on the San Francisco peninsula, I tutored grade and middle school children on a private, one-on-one basis for 3 yrs (2005-2008), primarily in Algebra and Geometry. Concurrently, for 2½ yrs as a volunteer for Each One Reach One’s ADAPT program, I tutored incarcerated teens at San Mateo County Juvenile Hall in all subjects (with emphasis on math and science) to prepare them for high school graduation or passing the GED exam.
In 2009, after moving to the city of San Francisco, I continued with the ADAPT program at the Juvenile Justice Center in SF. In 2010, I mentored children in an under performing grade school’s after school program as an Experience Corps volunteer.
I am retired from Hewlett-Packard Company after 25 yrs of service. While employed there, I taught an upper division business course at San Jose State Univ. for two semesters.
I hold two degrees: BS in Engineering from Mich. State Univ. and MBA from the Univ. of Minn.
I would like to continue to provide kids with the educational background necessary for them to eventually be able to compete for skilled or semi-skilled jobs in the current tight employment market.
I currently have two California residences: one in San Francisco and the other in Palm Springs. I spend the summer months in San Francisco and the remaining months of the year in Palm Springs. While living on the San Francisco peninsula, I tutored grade and middle school children on a private, one-on-one basis for 3 yrs (2005-2008), primarily in Algebra and Geometry. Concurrently, for 2½ yrs as a volunteer for Each One
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