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Stacey S. ...I am here to help. My experience in both business and education sectors is extensive, dates back over twenty years and has been recognized as both innovative and highly effective. My professional teaching career began in Japan once I graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara (B.A., History, 1990). In Osaka, I taught English as a foreign language for two years.
75 Subjects: including accounting, English, reading, Spanish
$49.00/hr
San Jose, CA
Mark K. ...I just simply enjoy helping people and also enjoy sharing my life experiences in the accounting field and sharing accounting opportunities available to the students. I recently retired from working 10+ years at IRS, where my primary job was auditing income tax returns. During the time working for IRS, I served as on-the-job training instructor for new hires and for lower level employees.
2 Subjects: including accounting, tax preparation
$35.00/hr
San Jose, CA
James H. ...I have a special skill for making math notation and concepts more easily understood, helping retention and test-taking skills considerably. I am a patient, engaging tutor with an easy-going personal style. I am a semi-retired business professional with a great love for and interest in mathematics.
22 Subjects: including accounting, calculus, geometry, statistics
$75.00/hr
Los Altos, CA
Wei L. I am an accounting graduate of Santa Clara University's Business school. I have been working at public accounting firms, focusing on accounting and tax. I am also a treasurer of a local non-profit organization, where I manage the finance of the organization.
5 Subjects: including accounting, elementary math, QuickBooks, CFA
$50.00/hr
Milpitas, CA
James B. ...I will go through several approaches to attempt to identify how best you or your child learn. For some, they just need me to go over the "pure numbers" slower so they can work through the understanding at their own pace. For some, drawing proper analogies to make the numbers seem "real" is a better approach.
11 Subjects: including accounting, calculus, geometry, GED
$25.00/hr
Campbell, CA

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