I always keep in mind these important rules to approach my professional goals:
1- Develop my skills: My education doesn't stop after I cross that stage and graduate. I am willing to take the extra step to keep learning what it takes to be a brilliant in my field.
2- Take responsibility: Take responsibility for my actions and current situations in life. There's no one else to hold accountable for my life other than myself.
3- Staying productive: The only way I am going to accomplish my goals and reach success is when I stay productive. Fill my time with productive and positive activities that will help me accomplish my goals.
4- Impacting is another way to describe my future vision, making an impact wherever I go, whatever I do, and making a better difference.
Tutoring would provide me a lot of tools in terms of theories, network, and also will provide a personal development enhancing my leadership skills and management level vision. It will help me become an entrepreneur and run a very successful yet professional live. It will help me sharpen other skills that I am not exposed to in daily life. It will also prepare me with the economic reality we live in today.
Looking forward to help others achieve their goals through me :)
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Texas Southern University - Bachelor of Chemistry, Chemistry
Graduate Degree: Our Lady of the Lake College - Current Grad Student, Business Administration and Management
Community service Cooking or baking Exercising and healthcare Outdoor activities Team or individual sports Travel Listening to music Nature Social causes Foreign languages Theater *Traveling: Making and planning trips to experience new cultures. *Community service: Volunteering at a local community and church activities as much as I can.
College Level American Literature
Elementary School Math
Elementary School Reading
Elementary School Science
Elementary School Writing
Graduate Level Biology
High School Biology
High School English
Middle School Reading
Middle School Reading Comprehension
Middle School Writing