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Marshall University and West Liberty University
I have eleven years of teaching experience in the private sector, in addition to interacting with students and colleagues of all ages, cultures, and socioeconomic backgrounds. I have conversational Japanese language abilities having lived in Japan for four years, as well as, continuing to study Japanese for two years after returning to the US. I have also taught Japanese and Technologies for three years at a private independent elementary school. I taught ESL (English as a Second Language) in Japan for four years and for one year in the US with the Marshall University LEAP program. I have also taught art for three years at the Oglebay Institute Stifel Fine Arts Center.
As far as my technology background is concerned I have six years of cross platform technical support experience. I was a technology coordinator for three years and seven months and I worked as a technical support specialist for both Amazon (14 months) and Honda R&D Americas, Inc. (17 months).
On a side note, I ran multicultural visual arts summer camps for 3 years and developed and ran Japanese culture and language camps for three years as well.
I have a clean background check as I am a certified substitute in the state of Ohio and I have a Resident Educator License Multi Age (P-12) Visual Arts. I will post this information soon. I have eleven years of teaching experience in the private sector, in addition to interacting with students and colleagues of all ages, cultures, and socioeconomic backgrounds. I have conversational Japanese language abilities
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