The University of Texas Pan American (Electrical Engineeri)
The University of Texas Austin (Master's)
I have always enjoyed learning and education. I remember as a kid helping classmates understand certain concepts and having a feeling of satisfaction knowing I could teach something to someone else. My thirst for education has never ended. I grew up, went to college, studied electrical engineering for my undergraduate degree and worked designing computer chips for companies like Motorola and IBM. I eventually went back and received my master's degree in electrical engineering and worked at Samsung. After 15 years of designing chips I decided to take a break and started working at the Boys and Girls Club as a Youth Development Professional. It was the most rewarding job I have ever had. I got to do what I have always enjoyed the most, educating others.
Through my education, I've taken many advance math courses like Calculus and Differential Equations. My focus when working with students is currently Elementary Math, Algebra I, II, Geometry, and SAT/ACT test prep.
As an engineer, I have very high ethics. Honesty if very important to me and I respect honest feedback. If I am not the right tutor for you just let me know, no hard feelings. The goal is to get you the help you need as soon as needed to help you learn the relevant material to prepare you for a good future.
I am currently going to school myself to start a new career so my schedule is flexible but I realize that things do come up. I don't need a lot of advance notice for cancellations and rescheduling is always an option.
I have tutored on and off my whole career but working at The Boys and Girls Club really got me hooked on education again. While there, I would help students with their homework, teach the math and science curriculum and be a positive role model for kids. I enjoy educating and am very patient with students. I teach students to be efficient in their work. Learning with examples is one of the best ways to learn. I am also currently working as a math tutor at Austin Community College were I focus a lot on College Algebra tutoring.
I look forward to hearing from you and working to prepare you for the future. I have always enjoyed learning and education. I remember as a kid helping classmates understand certain concepts and having a feeling of satisfaction knowing I could teach something to someone else. My thirst for education has never ended. I grew up, went to college, studied electrical engineering for my undergraduate degree and worked designing
Emiliano has a great attitude and has been very helpful. I will continue to get tutoring with him. He does a very good job at explaining whatever questions you have.
For many years my son struggled at school in multiple subjects, having some slight disabilities, he did not relate as well to other classmates as the mainstream child would and was the focus of being "put down". We went through many various channels for support, including state programs, study Tutors, sports programs along with self esteem programs. None seemed to connect with our son nor did we see meaningful results. About two years ago, we then decided to focus on one of his weaker areas being Math and found Emiliano on WyzAnt. The first couple visits proved most beneficial and Emiliano seemed to connect in a way with my son that others could not. Over the next few weeks, we started to see a marked improvement in my sons math grade along with his confidence levels. Over the course of the following 6 months, my sons grades in all subjects increased and his overall attitude toward school seemed to be improving greatly. Fast forward two years and Emiliano has not just been my sons tutor, but a mentor. My son, although he may say he does not need a tutor/mentor, if/when we need to reschedule sessions, he is the first to ask when the next time Emiliano is coming over. I would recommend Emiliano for being patient, understanding, flexible, consistent, knowledgeable and most of all compassionate toward the development of others.
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I have an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering. I've worked in microprocessor design for 15 years with Motorola, IBM, and Samsung. A few years ago received my master's degree from The University of Texas Austin in electrical engineering.