Baton Rouge Community College (Chemistry Science)
Two Associate Degrees in Liberal of Art (Awarded the end Fall 2009) (Enrolled)
I will graduate Associate Teaching for Science at the end Fall 2017 in BRCC. (Enrolled)
I was a Chemistry Science teacher from October 15, 1978 in my old country (South Vietnam High School ) to May 31, 1991. That is 13 years experience of teaching Chemistry Science. I kept up with my passion for learning and studying when I immigrated to the United States; I am now a citizen of this great country. I aspire to be a full-time teacher and contribute my very best to the education of young students. It is this desire that moves me to seek working with young students as a tutor.
I came to United States on September 1, 1991. I have been awarded with two degrees Associate of Liberal Art the end fall 2009 ( December-11th-2009) in Baton Rouge Community College, both with Honors. Next year I expect to graduate with the degree of Associate for Teaching Science from same institution Baton Rouge Community college; it would be my third degree with major in Chemistry Science.
I can teach Inorganic and Organic Chemistry. Also, I can also tutor in high level Math having taken and passed courses in the Calculus sequence at BRCC and at LSU, that are required for science majors. Additionally I have taken and passed courses in Statistics and Probability. Linear Algebra and Vector Spaces from LSU
I was a Chemistry Science teacher from October 15, 1978 in my old country (South Vietnam High School ) to May 31, 1991. That is 13 years experience of teaching Chemistry Science. I kept up with my passion for learning and
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