Wichita State University (Finance)
Wichita State University (Enrolled)
Hello! I am a grad student at Wichita State University, a small business owner, and an active community member. I have tutored students in various subjects for two years previous. In addition, I also do workshops with students on how to interact with others in networking sessions. No question is stupid here, I know that learning takes time and isn't always easy, which is why tutoring is such a worthwhile endeavor. My goal is that you feel comfortable being honest about what you know and want to strive to do your best, and in my experience as long as these two things are true, I will help you reach your goals.
I've been doing public speaking since fourteen. I was a debater in High School, and in my leadership positions in college and in the Wichita community, I've had to give many speeches, informative, persuasive, and otherwise. More than that, public speaking can even be networking events, which scare so many people, and as an active community member, I am experienced in prepping people for interactions with others.
I've been working constantly to build my resume, interviewing, and career skills since I was sixteen. I own a resume design firm. My Masters research is in organization theory, which is the internal aspects of the organizations you work for.
My whole undergrad is in this. In addition I also utilize this from the public side, as many organizations I am with I help monetary and budgeting aspects. As one of my community positions I even help set Wichita's city budget. As a small business owner I deal with all of these aspects daily ensuring that my company, and by extension myself and employees, survive.
I look forward to working with you! I hope you are excited to start learning, and I believe I am the right choice to help you achieve your goals. Hello! I am a grad student at Wichita State University, a small business owner, and an active community member. I have tutored students in various subjects for two years previous. In addition, I also do workshops with students on how to interact with others in networking sessions. No question is stupid here, I know that learning takes time and
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