City University (Business Administrat)
Keller Graduate School of Management (MBA)
Tutoring has always been my passion. I began tutoring in the fifth grade and have always enjoyed the learning process. It is because of that experience that the first job I chose was as a math tutor while attending Community College and have continued to offer services for over thirty years. To be able to assist students one on one and help them to learn the skills needed for academic success is very rewarding.
In addition to assisting students by offering one on one and group tutoring services I also have experience in Academic and Career Counseling, Adult Education and test preparation. This experience was gained by working with the county public school system, community college system and federal government Department of Education.
I have tutored math for nearly thirty years and possess the ability to effectively teach both basic arithmetic computations and concepts as well as algebraic theory and fundamentals. During my academic studies I successfully mastered up through Calculus and the effective application of math principles in business disciplines.
In my career as an academic counselor for federally funded Department of Education college outreach programs I gained the ability to accurately assess an individuals skills, interests and abilities and then counsel them on the appropriate career paths based on those results. I am also skilled in motivating, mentoring and assisting the individual while they are pursuing their academic or training programs.
I have over thirty years of experience tutoring experience and especially enjoy working with children. In addition, I have experience as a GED instructor, after school tutor as well as coordinating a room school the county public school system. I have also tutored several Elementary Education Teacher candidates as they pursued their academic studies and certification credentials.
Tutoring has always been my passion. I began tutoring in the fifth grade and have always enjoyed the learning process. It is because of that experience that the first job I chose was as a math tutor while attending Community College and have continued to offer services for over thirty years. To be able to assist students one on one and help them
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