American Military University (IT Computer Forensic)
At the age of 19 I started my career as a meteorologist with the USAF. During my enlistment I became not only a master of a highly technical and detailed career field, but also gained abundant experience in mentoring and educating other military members. Mentoring other was one of my favorite part of my career. I served two tours in Iraq and learned excellent management and stress management skills. I was retired after 10 years of service and continued to pursue my college education.
On top of my meteorological education I have received formal education in many areas ranging from home remodeling and repair to advance computer sciences. I am currently employed as a computer services technician for the county of Nacogdoches. No matter the situation or location that I have performed duties I have always made ensuring other are comfortable and prepared with their duties a priority.
Patience is one of the most important parts of guiding others to succeed. Having experience with many different type of people with varying backgrounds and abilities allows me to identify the best way to assist others in achieving their goals. I have taken both the GED and ASVAB in the past with great success. My ASVAB scores allowed me to have the pick of many highly technical careers when enlisting in the military. Both GED and ASVAB testing hold a great importance for me as they are evaluations that lead to great life events.
I have a wide range of computer education and experience. I have been using Microsoft Office programs for over 15 years and have become very proficient. My education and experience reaches into many different areas such as programming, professional software, and hardware.
Educating another person is one of the greatest things a person can to. Tutoring allows one to help to guide a student in the right direction. Patience, dedication, and trust are key in a successful relationship between tutor and student. These are qualities that I can apply no matter how hard the task may seem. I want to see other succeed. I want people to feel the accomplishment that I have been lucky to feel in my years. At the age of 19 I started my career as a meteorologist with the USAF. During my enlistment I became not only a master of a highly technical and detailed career field, but also gained abundant experience in mentoring and educating other military members. Mentoring other was one of my favorite part of my career. I served two tours in Iraq and
I have an Associates of Science degree in Computer Applications and am one capstone class away from graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mobile Application Development and Computer Forensics. I am currently employed as a Computer Service Technician serving a large area of agencies with a wide array of technical needs.