I have been a tutor since I was in high school and continued that trend throughout my college career. When I was in high school I was President of our school's chapter of National Honor Society. Through this group we were required to develop a community service project. My project was to start a tutoring center for elementary students at a nearby school. Later in college I became a Big Brother for Big Brothers Big Sisters. I was also a Resident Assistant in the residence halls and would h... [more]
I was a Mathematics Minor in college.
I have been a tutor for over 8 years now dealing with students of all ages, from elementary school to college. My tutoring style consists of first meeting with a student to determine their needs and then creating a custom lesson plan that will aid them in their endeavors. In addition to that I have taken multiple classes in my undergraduate career regarding student development theory.
I have been working with the .NET framework for just over 5 years. I have used both VB and C# and leveraged everything from classical web services to the more recent windows communication foundation and entity framework. I have created multiple windows or stand alone applications and a large amount of web applications. My experience also includes Silverlight.
I worked for the Admissions office at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for 4 years. During that time I worked primarily with the department of New Student Enrollment and the Division of General Studies. I have worked with all types of students, from those that know exactly what they want to do, to students who haven't quite figured it out.
I have a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science. I have 10 years of programming experience both working alone and in teams. I am familiar with Java, C#, and Php.
My degree is in Computer Science. I have been working on Windows machines since Windows 98 and have worked with the betas for Windows Vista, 7, and 8. I have always been an early adopter and am well versed in troubleshooting the operating system as well as the hardware. I have a consulting business where I have had previous experience training people in Windows 7.