To secure a position with a well established and trusted tutoring organization in
order to expand my knowledge, gain teaching experience, and grow
as an educator.
Ball State University – May 2018
• Major: Deaf Education
Everett Community College – Graduated June 2014
• Associate’s in Arts and Sciences Degree – High Distinction
Marysville-Pilchuck High School – Graduated June 2014
• High School Diploma
SAT Scores (June 2012 & May 2013)
• Reading: 690
• Math: 570
• Writing: 690
ACT Scores (June 2013)
• Composite: 30
• English: 30
• Mathematics: 26
• Reading: 33
• Science: 32
• English/Writing: 28
Indianapolis, IN area &...
Has anyone updated their resume with their tutoring experience at WyzAnt? Just looking for some help on creative descriptions for representing myself as a Math Tutor.
Barbara A.Harder Becker
1983 to June 2014
Detroit Country Day School
Beverly Hills, MI
Edith May Sliffe Award Winner, 2008
§Calculus, Discrete Mathematics, Linear Algebra, Honors Geometry Instructor
§ Curriculum Leader Mathematics PreK3-12, 2011-2014
§Faculty Advisor, Peer Tutorial Service
§ Faculty Tutor, Academic Enrichment
§ Faculty Tutor, Tutorial Assistance Program,Academic Enrichment
§Coordinator , Coach, Appraiser , Destination Imagination
§ Assistant Advisor, Day Times Student Newspaper
§ Advisor, Guitar Club, Magic Club, Cultural Insights Club
§ Organizer, Michigan Math Prize Competition Math Luncheon
§ Chairperson,Faculty Advisory Council, 2008-2010
§ Representative, Curriculum Leadership Council 2008-2014
The market is crummy—if you are reading this and have a job, I am sure that you are grateful. If you are on the market, you are probably nodding, and sadly.
This past February, the company I work for launched a volunteer effort to mentor one segment of the population that is hurting badly—veterans returning from theater. I offered to lead the module for re-crafting resumes. Of course, a resume by itself is insufficient—the best it can do is get you an interview. But that’s a start!
Having now met a score of people with skills, leadership drive, and serious technical chops—only a few of whom have found work in the civilian sector—I’ve dug into what’s available to them online as guidance. Some of the advice is woeful, but some is fantastic, and that’s what you’ll find here.
Like many corporations, my company works with recruiters, and I tossed a couple of these fantastic resources at one of them last week to validate the counsel. The response...