From October 2009 through August 2014, I worked as a tutor (20+ hours per week) with a highly respected tutoring company. I tutored students of all ages in the areas of reading, writing, and math. I also prepared students for the SAT and ISEE.
I started tutoring through WyzAnt in September 2013. I have continued to work with students of all ages in the areas of reading, writing, and math, and I have continued to prepare students for the SAT and ISEE. In general, about half of my students ar...
I have been using Microsoft Outlook for at least five years.
I retrieve and send mail, with and without attachments. I regularly customize my emails with fonts of various sizes and colors. I save drafts of emails if I'm not ready to send them yet and retrieve them when I am ready to make my final edits and send them.
I manage my emails by setting up rules for putting emails into folders. I know how to sort my emails by date, sender, etc. I know how to search for specific emails and I know how to delete one or more emails.
I also make extensive use of the calendar function. I regularly set up reminders, both one-time and recurring, for doctor appointments, bill payments, family events, and many other things. I know how to set the amount of time between the reminder and the actual event.
I have a Bachelor of Music degree (B.M.) in bassoon performance from the Indiana University School of Music.
From fourth grade through high school, I played the flute in school bands, took private lessons, and participated in solo competitions, where I received superior ratings. I was invited to be in the All-State Band during my sophomore year of high school.
I went to a boarding school for my last two years of high school, where I continued to take lessons, performed solos during the chapel time, and played for the school musicals.
In college, I majored in math, but on a whim decided to take bassoon lessons during my senior year. Since I already had a strong background in a wind instrument, I was able to progress quickly.
After college, I got a job as a computer programmer, which I really liked, but after two years, I felt restless and decided to get a second bachelor's degree in music.
During my adult life, I have not pursued music professionally, but music has continued to be a big part of my life. I have taught private flute lessons and group recorder classes, as well as group choir chime classes (similar to handbells). I also directed the pre-school choir at my church and taught pre-school music classes for two different Mother's Day Out programs.
I have a Bachelor's degree in math and got 100% on the WyzAnt Precalculus proficiency test.
I helped a college student pass her College Algebra class, which she was failing before I started working with her. Her College Algebra class was very similar to a precalculus class.