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Harvey Mudd (Engineering)
University of Washington (Graduate Coursework)
Western Washington University (Master's)
After working as a chemical engineer in industry for 5 years, I made a significant life change and became a certified high school teacher. I've taught chemistry and mathematics for the past 8 years, and I've been tutoring students for over 20 years.
I'm also an avid mountaineer and an instructor for Outward Bound, where I've worked during the summer for the past 13 years. My family moved to Bend this past June from Port Angeles, Washington.
After working as a chemical engineer in industry for 5 years, I made a significant life change and became a certified high school teacher. I've taught chemistry and mathematics for the past 8 years, and I've been tutoring
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I have a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Washington (where I finished first in my class with a 3.88 GPA) and 5 years of experience as a chemical engineer in industry.
I've taught chemistry for the past 9 years and was a chemical engineer in industry prior to that.
I received A's in all three quarters of Organic Chemistry at the University of Washington. Since then, I've tutored the subject off and on (for the past 21 years). In addition, while teaching high school chemistry, I piloted our AP Chemistry Program, which involved significant organic chemistry.