Tutor profile: Andrew G.
Analyst and Developer for a Small Engineering Company
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In an effort to make more of a positive difference in the world, I find myself here. College was rough for me. I felt alone. I felt unmotivated. I felt as if an insurmountable barrier existed between me and what I needed to learn in order to be a successful student and future employee. I never reached the status of a 4.0 superstar for various reasons. I was lucky to graduate with a 3.0. Almost a decade later, I've scaled nearly every barrier I once ran into. I learned, "on the streets". A full-time career forced me to learn and think in ways...
I have no formal tutor experience. I do, however, excel at teaching and mentoring. For the past five years, I've had the honor of being intimately involved with our company co-op program. Every summer, I would work one-on-one with each student (once a week) to teach software development, aerospace engineering fundamentals, and assign tasks that not only provided them the opportunity to apply their skills, but also contribute something real to our company as a whole. Thus far, the program (and our co-ops) have excelled. Each earned a full-time...
Arizona State University
2006 - 2010
Millennium Engineering and Integration Company, Kinematics Analyst
2013 - Present
Research, develop, and implement model-based simulation techniques into a three and six degree-of-freedom ballistic and powered flight environment. Mentor co-op students through company development of analysis and simulation tools. Produce various flight vehicle models and generate and analyze scenario-based kinematic data against specifications. Create, manage, and update documentation related to product configuration, generation, and delivery.
US Space and Rocket Center, Simulations Supervisor
2012 - 2013
Responsible for staff within Mission Center Complex and maintenance of simulation software, hardware, and logistics. Updated and improved Simulations Department network directory. Researched and applied knowledge of NASA procedures, checklists, and space vehicles to implement a wide spectrum of improvements to the mission curriculum including a complete overhaul of the Advanced Space Academy program. Led and supported VIP tours of the Mission Center Complex and other facilities. Involved in various media and marketing projects.
US Space and Rocket Center, Crew Trainer
2011 - 2012
Responsible for instruction of trainees on the history of US Space and Aviation programs. Taught aerospace related topics including astronaut simulators and the Mission Center Complex. Led teams of 16+ students (ages 9-18) through Space Camp, Academy, and Advanced Academy programs. Cross-trained in Adult Advanced and Corporate programs. Involved in various media and marketing projects. Mentor to new employee class of 2012 for three months.
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