Franklin Pierce University (Business Accounting)
haven't graduated (Graduate Coursework)
I am a well seasoned former college professor who has taught at a number of Tech schools, U.S. Navy Trainer, Colleges and University settings in Business, Accounting, Travel and Tourism, Management and Supervision, Entrepreneurship, and many other areas. I am currently a consultant for a community in NH as its Economic Development Director and have successfully launched this community into economic stability for the future. I have been involved in state senior level politics as a legislator and have been a mayor of community. My education includes a dual major (156 credit hours of study) in Business and Accounting with a minor in Computer Science. I have completed my doctoral studies in Organizational Management but lack my dissertation completion. I am sure that with my experience and the vast library of professional books I can be of assistance to you in solving your problem or understanding of the subject matter. The courses I have taught are listed below:
• Management and Supervision
• Human Relations
• Leadership Development
• Small Business Management
• Travel and Tourism
• Work Study externship for Travel and Tourism
• Intro to Computer Applications
• Independent study for sick or incapacitated individuals
• Career Development
• College Success Management
• Business Law I
• Introduction to computers
• Systems Analysis
• Promotion and Customer Service
• Tourism and Hospitality Sales
• Consumer Behavior
• Service Management
• Marketing Strategy
• Marketing Research
Taxes, Entrepreneurship and as the President of an educational Institute the following; Developed, with a large number of notable NH educators and key civic figures, a four-year course of study in Manufacturing Sciences for delivery to post secondary institutions. Developed materials reviewed by then NY Board of Regents for accreditation and found acceptable. Delivered manufacturing sciences courses to NH Technical College at Manchester, NH.
I look forward to the opportunity to assist you.
I am a well seasoned former college professor who has taught at a number of Tech schools, U.S. Navy Trainer, Colleges and University settings in Business, Accounting, Travel and Tourism, Management and Supervision, Entrepreneurship, and many other areas. I am currently a consultant for a community in NH as its Economic Development Director and
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My career of approximately 36 years, past and present, offers the student a unique ability to access 9 of the 13 occupational groups with solid experience.
I have been a VP of Production Control for a major US corporation, a successful business consultant for 15 years, and my having taught hundreds of students in several Tech Institutions, Colleges, and Universities business subject matter for many years.
At McIntosh College I taught resume and career development. I am permitted to use the career development tools of R.L. Stevens Career Councellors by written authorization and have taught many hundreds of students using these methods.
It becomes necessary in every professors tenure to need to council students for course of study or to place them on a path they are not aware of their strengths. At McIntosh all professors were required to conduct counseling of students for student retention and success in passing the degree requirement. Many students were counseled for jobs and directed in presenting themselves as a readily viable and prepared student to face their new careers.
Having been with computers since the late 1970's, I have had the opportunity to work with computers when an amazing 256 bits was all computers had for memory. I have "evolved" with computers and have taken programming, basic and mid-advanced computer repair and have taught computer courses to students at the college level.
In my notes to a prospective student I outlined my educational experiences in having mastered my dual business/accounting degree which included macro/micro/ and managerial economics. My graduate studies included theoretical subject matter as it applied to business operational economics.
In addition to the above I have served as an Economics Development Director over the past 16 years and have worked with many clients/business leaders in developing economic models for both buyers and sellers to place over 2.5 million square feet of new businesses (157 businesses total) into an economic hub in middle New Hampshire.
Locally in Tennessee I have served a city as its Public Works Director in an emergency consulting position under the direction of the State of TN leadership to work this city out of a water shortage situation evaluating and ultimately managing critical issues for water/sewer/facilities (both above and below ground) to bring the city into compliance with State and Federal mandates.
While at McIntosh college I taught many introductory courses in computer familiarization. I also taught the first level certification courses in Excel. I am proficient in MS Powerpoint and have used it professionally to give international conference sessions.
A real world student of Geography at an early stage. I had the fortunate opportunity to travel around the world two times visiting Asia, the African continent in South Africa, the Suez area Greece, Italy, Corsica, France, Hawaii, the Aleutians, Guam, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand and the South Pole all with the US Navy over a period of 8 years.
Subsequently I visited 9 countries on the European continent that included Poland, Holland, Finland, Estonia, Russia, Germany, Denmark,Sweden, and Norway.
I have had the fortune to travel across the US Mainland twice by hitch-hiking on the Southern and Middle routes. and once by driving. I have lived in many states, Mass, Florida, Virginia, Hawaii New Hampshire and Tenn.
I have served my communities and states where I lived in many political positions over many years. My first political position was as a conservation chairman for Merrimac, Ma. The second was as a budget committee member in NH, my third was as a selectman/chairman of the board of a town in NH, I served NH as a state legislator for two years, served as a county commissioner in the nations fastest growing county in the US (in NH) and then ran for state senate twice. In Tn I served as a public works director for a year as a consultant. There were many other minor roles but the above should give the reader a flavor of political awareness.
As the senior professor at McIntosh College I taught the full battery of Marketing subject matter to many hundreds of students in subjects ranging from basic marketing to marketing research and conducted live on-the-street labs to put analysis and research to the test.
I have been using MS Outlook and Outlook Express for many years and use it as the prime storage for critical files and documents sent to business clients.
My familiarity encompasses using the tool for receiving and sending emails, for archiving, and categorization of specific subject matter correspondence for clients, legal council, business correspondence and registrations.
Having been "on-the-scene" when the orange screen was introduced, I have "evolved" through the iterations of MS Windows and became proficient in all program changes through to 2007.
I have used these versions, wrestled with the issues presented by each and have retained my sanity. I taught Windows XP as an instructor.
At the collegiate level I taught a course in MS Word in a 12 week course. I use MS Word almost on a daily basis currently in Word 7
As a state legislator I had to not only present myself in a professional manner but had to speak logically, concisely, and needed all the skills of a public speaker to make my election points. I was a member of Toastmasters International for a number of years and learned a number of excellent techniques through positive reinforcement of the speaking principles
As a professor it was mandatory to not only learn and practice strong study skills but to be able to pass them on to students was critical so the students could pass the subject they were studying for. I also did this as an outreach professor for high schools when employed at McIntosh and at the NH Tech College schools.