1. Temple University (Intl. Bus. and Econ.)
1. Temple University (MBA)
Hi, I’m Edward! I graduated summa cum laude with a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in 2015. Before that, I graduated cum laude from Temple University with my Bachelors of Business Administration in 2012. During my time as an undergrad, I double-majored in International Business and Economics and minored in Italian, French, and Management Information Systems. I’ve worked in various positions as a higher education administrator, with roles varying from finance to IT to faculty development.
My favorite teachers have always been engaging, enthusiastic and extremely supportive. They’ve done their best to make sure that students participate in class, whether internally or externally. Their interest in the subject matter has been contagious; students couldn’t help but enjoy each topic presented to them. These instructors always had their doors open for questions, happy to make time for each individual student. I try to carry these characteristics into my own tutoring sessions. My strategy is to not only address the needs of each individual student through tailored lesson plans, but to do so in a way that is enjoyable for both myself and the student.
I have two years experience in tutoring Business, Economics, Italian and French. This experience includes both formal and informal sessions: structured, hour-long group sessions supported by a department and individual sessions with friends and classmates. My business education and background exposed me to advanced use of Microsoft Excel, and my teaching and consulting presentations used Microsoft PowerPoint extensively. I have three years experience providing informal career development to coworkers, classmates and friends. These interactions included interviewing skills, resume development, networking practice and internship recommendations.
I firmly believe that there are things that I can learn from anyone. I am always open to different recommendations for resources or techniques. I pride myself in my quick response time. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or if you wish to schedule a lesson!
***Please note that my availability is more flexible than it appears on my profile. If you are interested in working together, please do not hesitate to contact me!***
I've had extensive experience with Excel, both inside and outside the classroom. The consulting projects during my MBA program required students to create, manipulate and report on extensive datasets in Excel. As a Financial Analyst, I was required to maintain budgets and record salary information in an Excel spreadsheet. Lastly, my position now in a research lab requires me to use advanced Excel functions to transform data sets that work in SPSS. Hi, I’m Edward! I graduated summa cum laude with a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in 2015. Before that, I graduated cum laude from Temple University with my Bachelors of Business Administration in 2012. During my time as an undergrad, I double-majored in International Business and Economics and minored in Italian, French, and Management
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I graduated magna cum laude from Temple University with my MBA. I have five years experience as a Higher-Ed administrator in positions ranging from Financial Analyst to Faculty Development. My consulting experience includes being the project lead on two, six-month projects for multi-million dollar organizations. I've tutored master's students in classes ranging from Business Statistics and and Accounting to Business Communication and Networking.
I graduated magna cum laude from Temple University with my MBA. I've worked with several coworkers, classmates and friends to develop career strategies. Individuals seek out my expertise due to my own experiences in changing and developing careers. I've successfully changed my career trajectory four times, from IT to Finance, then Finance to Faculty Development and finally to Psychology, where I am now.