Univeristy of Maryland University College (Bachelor of Science)
University of Maryland Univesity College (Master's)
I am proud to note that I have experience in tutoring students on the academic school assignments. My experiences are known for working in Church Sunday School, assisting my neighbors with vision challenges in reading their bills, teaching friends how to care for their elderly parents, training office skills to intern students on the job and working as a paraprofessional for Prince George's County Public Schools instructing students how to work on their school assignments in classroom settings.
I am an active Public Notary and Election Judge for Prince George's County where I find myself educating the public on the policies for voting and signing their names to documents acknowledgements. I currently work for two educational institution systems, Prince George's Community College and the University of Maryland-College Park. I am alumni of University of Maryland University College where I received my Bachelor of Science in Investigative Forensics and Prince Georges Community College where I received my Associate of Applied Science in Forensic Science Technology. I just completed a summer project with Prince Georges Community College for county students to work in their Job Readiness Program as a Lead Navigator for Youth@Work/SYEP assisting students from campus locations to instructional work ethics in classroom settings. It gives me pleasure to share knowledge with school aged students because it is simply priceless with gratitude pride.
I have to knowledge to teach and perform basic math problems and transfer the learning concept to students and develop learning practices into daily exercises in becoming academically successful.
I have worked with special education students performing literacy reading session daily for 1 school year from August 2004 to June 2005 for 1 to 2 hours. And, I have collaborated with teachers and paraprofessionals on state assessment exams with instructions on working 1 on 1 with students with learning disabilities and other special challenges using the English language. I have been successful as a classroom mediator for challenging classroom situations to guide students on the right path without behavior problems.
I have the patience and experience to listen to students concerns and needs with my heart in the situation. I received training certificate from The Literacy Council of Prince Georges County, MD, Inc August 29, 2005. And I am currently finishing courses in Human Resources Management Program.
I am proud to note that I have experience in tutoring students on the academic school assignments. My experiences are known for working in Church Sunday School, assisting my neighbors with vision challenges in reading their bills, teaching friends how to care for their elderly parents, training office skills to intern students on the job and
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