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Nick M. ...At the University's Student Services Center, I used my conversational skills to help prepare other students for their study abroad programs and helped with their grammar as well. For my internship I went to San Juan, Puerto Rico to work as a volunteer in an orphanage. There I helped with homework assignments, tutored individual students, and organized after school activities.
14 Subjects: including algebra 1, Spanish, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word
$40.00/hr
Colorado Springs, CO
Kane S. ...As another example, one often encounters partial differential equations in Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics. In order to solve these equations, one needs an extensive knowledge differential equations. Having a Bachelor and a Master of Science degree in physics means that I am very familiar with mathematics at many different levels.
16 Subjects: including algebra 1, calculus, physics, statistics
$50.00/hr
Colorado Springs, CO
Phil D. ...I am compassionate and love helping others and watching them succeed. I am married with 3 wonderful children! I currently coach soccer at the Tri Lakes YMCA and have been doing so the past 3 seasons.
22 Subjects: including algebra 1, statistics, GED, elementary (k-6th)
$45.00/hr
Monument, CO
Scott C. ...Yes, this is the dreaded geometrical proof. It's really easy to get overwhelmed by a proof because it feels you're trying to drive somewhere using a blank map or a navigation unit that can't access the satellites. Being successful with geometrical proofs or any other part of geometry requires a balance between stepping back to see the big picture and looking closer at the details.
14 Subjects: including algebra 1, physics, Microsoft Excel, general computer
$35.00/hr
Colorado Springs, CO
Christopher V. ...The first semester of grad-school I took general physics courses in different topics of physics and astrophysics. Through these courses I narrowed down my interest to optical physics. I was hired as the lead optical engineer for the “Citizen Explorer I” satellite and I developed the method to align the optical components to measure certain atmospheric gases in the Earth’s atmosphere.
14 Subjects: including algebra 1, physics, statistics, geometry
$30.00/hr
Colorado Springs, CO

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