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Cornell and Penn State universities (Physics and English)
I'm not only a teacher, but a doer: a two-time National Magazine Award-winning writer, a top editor at the world's largest magazine, creator of one of the Web's largest news networks, ghostwriter to prominent business leaders, writing instructor at one of Americas largest universities, high-school and college valedictorian, and father of three scholarship-winning children who have excelled in both private and public high schools and colleges. I've consistently earned A's in every subject that I teach -- and so have most of the students I've tutored.
Soon to retire as CEO of a tech and media company, I've decided to dedicate part of my time to providing youngsters the same high-quality instruction and mentoring that I was lucky enough to receive from teachers, relatives, and friends during my own youth. I teach not just rules, but principles. I also teach winning attitudes. If I agree to work with your son or daughter, it's not because I need the money (I don't), but because I see potential. Your first hour, dedicated to exploring that potential, is free. I'm not only a teacher, but a doer: a two-time National Magazine Award-winning writer, a top editor at the world's largest magazine, creator of one of the Web's largest news networks, ghostwriter to prominent business leaders, … Read more
The first hour, dedicated to exploring the student's potential for learning the subject, is free. Single sessions spanning two hours or more are charged at $60 per hour.
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