I like to teach by assuming that my student does not know anything in the field. I will try to define or explain every necessary concept that is required for the materials at hand. As a result, my students end up having a broader and deeper understanding of the subject. I start by explaining fundamental principles because I believe once a student explicitly understands the fundamentals then they can tackle anything.
I am a senior Engineering student at the University of Southern Indiana. I have tutored Math and Physics since I was in Grade 10. I am a level International Certified tutor. My strengths lies in Calculus, Physics, Trigonometry and geometry.
Seeking an opportunity to explore Electrical Engineering from a research perspective because in the future, I would like to pursue a career in research and I believe this program will give me a good kick-start to graduate studies.
University of Southern Indiana (USI) Evansville, IN
Degree Bachelor of Science in Engineering, May 2019
University of Southern Indiana, US
Taught more than 50 students simplified techniques in probability and statistics; supplemented concepts of algebra and calculus for derivation of theorems in applied mathematics.
Outside Plant Engineering (OSP) Intern.
Metronet. Evansville, Indiana
Uses CAD software and 3-GIS to design fiber layout.
Promote and execute quality standards, inspection of outsourced tasks, test methodology, quality plans, documents and reports.
06/2016-07/2016 (40hrs/week for 8 weeks)
Liquid Telecoms. Harare, Zimbabwe
Helped plan network installations by studying customer’s orders, plans, and technical specification.
Oversaw ordering and gathering equipment, supplies, and tools needed by field technicians.
12/2014-07/2015 (40hrs/week for 32 weeks)
Education USA Intern.
American Embassy. Harare, Zimbabwe
Managed teams of volunteers involved in numerous community outreach in Harare.
Participated at the circulation desk such as processing inter library loans and processing application fees for newly registered members.
Co-founder of African Cultures club at USI.
Volunteered at Evansville Rescue Mission.
Events planner for the African Cultures Club.
New incoming student’s orientation personnel.
Student Government Association Court Justice Member at USI.
Peer Mentor for incoming freshmen at USI.
Skills and Competences.
Languages: Eng., French, Swahili, Shona, Lingala
Technical: Proficient programmer in C and Matlab. Computer-Aided Design, AutoCAD, SolidWorks, Microsoft Office, Engineering.
Certificate of Achievement for participating in the 2018 summer research workshop at Cornell University.
2016 Distinguished Sophomore Award at USI
Certification of Completion for full participation in the Zimbabwe Career connect 2016 program.
Certificate of Achievement for the United States Student achievers’ program, 2014-2015 in Harare.
Certificate of Appreciation in recognition of valuable contributions to the USI, 2017.
International Tutor Training Certification, Math Tutor at the USI.
Conferences and workshops attended.
2017 and 2018 Annual African Peace and Development Conference at Yale University.
Annual African Business Conference at Harvard University, 2018. “Africa in the global era.”
Summer 2018 at Cornell, Social Impact Conference. Analyzing the values embodied in technology design and designing technologies that promote alternative perspectives and positive social impact.
October 2017, The Big Ten+ Graduate School Exposition at Purdue University.
Global Ambassadors and Fulbright scholar’s leadership retreat in Evansville.
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