The University of Acranton (English)
Jones International University (MEd)
Hi! My name is Robert. I have been tutoring and guiding students' educational journeys for over ten years, beginning with teaching religion classes to second and seventh-graders while in high school. My chosen career path is Higher Education Administration, but I have a passion for working with younger students to aid them in succeeding and achieving their educational, and, in turn, lifelong goals.
I was fortunate to be born and raised in New York City, which has one of the best systems of education in the country. I began my own educational journey by attending a small private school and continued by attending Staten Island Technical High School, which had been rated by US News and World Report as one of the best high schools in the country along with its status as one of NYC's specialized high schools. My next educational adventure took me to The University of Scranton in Northeastern Pennsylvania, also very highly rated by US News and World Report, where I majored in English and minored in history. I received my Bachelor of Arts in the spring of 2009 and, shortly thereafter, began my first professional position in higher education at Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. Landmark College was able to give me a well-rounded experience that would serve me well in my work with students, as the institution was exclusively for students with ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and many learning differences. In my roles as Resident Dean, Academic Advisor, and Soccer Coach, I regularly served as an involved member of many students' academic team, helping them to succeed not only inside the classroom but within their personal endeavors as well.
While at Landmark College, I began pursuing my Master of Education in Adult Education and Higher Education Leadership and Administration with Jones International University, which is based in Centennial, Colorado. Upon my successful attainment of my M.Ed., I ventured to Colorado to serve the students of Western State Colorado University as Assistant Director of Residence Life for Housing Operations, a more administrative role and the next step in my career.
After two successful years at Western, my fiancée, (a Cleveland native) and I decided to move back to Ohio to be closer to friends and family as we prepared to open the next chapter of our lives.
I am eager to begin knowing my community here in Cleveland and to begin serving as a tutor to its students. As I start connecting with everyone, please feel free to ask questions for a fuller picture of my academic and career success. Thank you for taking the time to get to know me a bit more, and I hope to meet you soon! Hi! My name is Robert. I have been tutoring and guiding students' educational journeys for over ten years, beginning with teaching religion classes to second and seventh-graders while in high school. My chosen career path is Higher Education Administration, but I have a passion for working with younger students to aid them in succeeding and
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