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University of Saint Catherine (Education)
Hello my name is Julie and I'm thankful you've chosen to view my profile. I was a substitute teacher in Minnesota for five years. I currently live in Naperville where I work for a not-for-profit company. I have more than 10 years of experience working with Microsoft office applications including Excel Word PowerPoint and publisher. I have spent the last four years working extensively in excel. On a daily basis I create pivot tables, vlookups, and charts/graphs. I do have experience with many other formulas. I look forward to helping others take their Microsoft office skills to the next level. I have a relatively flexible schedule and would be able to meet during the weekday and some nights and weekends.
I have a strong aptitude for breaking things down and taking things step-by-step so that the learner can process the information and be successful.
Teaching at the pace of the person learning the software or the math skill is key. I want you to feel comfortable asking questions and know that I am willing to go over any tutorial again until you feel confident that you will be able to use this new skill in a future career or in other areas. Hello my name is Julie and I'm thankful you've chosen to view my profile. I was a substitute teacher in Minnesota for five years. I currently live in Naperville where I work for a not-for-profit company. I have more than 10 years of experience working with Microsoft office applications including … Read more
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