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Linda

Experienced professor/teacher with international experience.

I became a CPA in Louisiana in 1983. I began teaching in the Accounting Department of UNO in the fall of 1983 and taught full-time for 4 1/2 years. Since then, I have continued to teach intermittently at UNO, at Loyola, and for a CPA review program. I currently teach accounting, law and ethics to graduate students in a UNO master's degree program. Read more


Cailin

I am a Louisiana-licensed Attorney and stay-at-home-mom.

I am a Louisiana-licensed attorney. I earned my law degree from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at LSU. I hold a Bachelor of Arts in English, Creative Writing, and Political Science from Louisiana State University. I teach Sunday school at St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church located in Slidell, Louisiana. I have taught law classes to prisoners all over the state. I have my own blog, "A Surge of the Heart," that I update weekly. I now stay at home to raise my daughter and am available to tutor stu... Read more


Rebecca

College Faculty / J.D. Eng, Writing Reading, Spelling, Grammar, Vocab

I love teaching due to my lifelong love of learning. As a law school graduate, I know that hard work and dedication to learning can pay off. As a teaching professional and tutor for eight years, I have had the pleasure of helping countless students realize their potential through improved grades and test scores. This is the most rewarding career! I possess a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice and a Juris Doctorate. I am a well-rounded leader with excellent communication,... Read more


Carol

Skilled Math, Test Prep, Reading, and Writing Tutor

In the spring of 2003 I finished Economics 1000 at our local University of New Orleans. World poverty, market structures and prices, government control of prices, economics of higher education, economics of crime were topics in Chapters 1-3 and 5 as well as our first one hour exam. We sat in a huge auditorium while lectured by our professor standing on a stage with slides on the screen. We finished 13 chapters while covering a huge number of policy, taxation, energy problems, and health issues with social security poverty problems and discrimination that semester. I have many T-F and multiple Read more


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