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Jerome W.

Private tutor in Chicago, IL

Education

Urban Education @ Northeastern Illinois University 3.0 GPA, Social/Behavioral Science @ Northeastern Illinois University 2.7 GPA, Liberial Arts & Harold Washington College 2.7 GPA.

Experience

JEROME WILLS 4818 South Forrestville Street CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60615-1410 1(773) 886-6137 [CELL] 1(773) 314-3555 [CELL] Email: JWills@neiu.edu My name is Jerome Wills; I am currently working, as a Substitute Teacher with Chicago Public School and Chicago International Charter Schools districts. As an after-school Tutor/Mentor instructor with Laureate Learning Center Inc., on-line, off-site and home tutoring services for both elementary and high school students. We provide common core programs and academic instructions in the areas of reading, math and language arts; this approved Supplemental Education Service (SES) provider is under the Title 1, No Child Left Behind (NCLB) educational program. Further advancement of my career necessitates a progressive move of exploring positions in the area of an Adjunct Instructor in Education /Political Science Professor, Executive/Community- Director, Industrial, Program Manager-Apartment Coordinator, Community Organizer/Field Campaign, Canvass Director, Fundraiser/Business Manager/Commercial Recruiter-Outreach Liaison Specialist, School Registrar, Dean of Discipline/Student Engagement, Student-Disciplinarian, Youth Development-Leadership Trainer, Community Support Family Worker, Domestic/Youth Violence-Admissions Counselor, Outreach/Network Specialist, Lead Teacher/GED Skills Facilitator, Resource Special Education Teacher-Paraprofessional Aide, Child Development/ECE-Director, Autism Educator/Developmental Disabilities Paraprofessional, Academic Instructor, Tutor/Mentor Group Coordinator, Outreach Substance Abuse/Case/Moving Manager, Educational/Intervention Counselor, Human Resource Development, Prevention/Education/Behavior Intervention-Reading Specialist and Volunteer-Activities Coordinator in an educational environment, such as the Chicago Public school (CPS) and Chicago International Charter School (CICS), Perspective Middle Academy, in need of a Test Proctors, Lunch/Recess Monitor, who partnership with other educational institutions, with a focus on business, fundraising, marketing/sales, recruitment and volunteering with elementary, high schools for the enhancement of academics, tutoring, mentoring programs, special education services and an interest in providing assistance for individuals with autism services. However, a strong emphasis will be placed on research training, teaching with other professional educational groups, political leadership development and academic programs. Therefore, the overall goals and objectives will be to provide on-going social services as a shelter supervisor for inner-city at-risk youth-sports; while addressing issues of justice for teens/adults incarceration, criminal activities, drugs, homelessness, rape prevention and gang advocacy activities. Likewise, while working towards growth, progress and developmental programs for urban teenagers, boys and girls; who will help school age children with learning conditions, behavioral, emotional and educational problems. However, address other disabilities concerns, developments, social issues, and provide a diagnosis to the problems for those who need and want an academic trainer and/or a teacher to work for progressive support in education reform. May we arrange an interview in order to discuss my background in greater detail? I am available to meet and/or speak with you at your earliest convenience. Thank you for your consideration on my behalf. Respectfully, Jerome Wills JEROME WILLS 4818 South Forestville Street CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60615-1410 1 (773) 314-3555 [CELL] 1 (708) 487-9348 [FRIEND] Email: JWlls@neiu.edu OBJECTIVE ADMINISTRATIVE OR SUPERVISOR POSITION FOR A SOCIAL SERVICES ORGANIZATION, HOSPITAL/MEDICAL CENTER, INDUSTIAL/MANUFACTURING, HEALTH CARE FACILITY, GOVERNMENT AGENCY/DIVISION: (FEDERAL, STATE, COUNTY OR MUNICIPAL) OR SCHOOL DISTRICTS. DESIRE OPPORTUNITIES FOR GRADUATE TEACHING ADVISOR/ASSISTANT, TRAINING, TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION SYSTEMS, AND ADVANCEMENT VIA DEVELOPMENTAL, COMMUNITY ADVOCACY, CULTURAL DIVERSITY CONCERNS/PERSPECTIVES, GRANT WRITING, BUSINESS OUTREACH MANAGER, CONSENSUS BUILDING, MANAGEMENT PROJECTS AND OTHER GROUP EDUCATIONAL/COMMUNICATION LEADERSHIP, ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATIONS, DUTIES AND ASSIGNMENTS. EXPERIENCE 2011 - Present - DELTA T. GROUP SUBSTITUTE TEACHER PROGRAM - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS SUBSTITUTE TEACHER. On call every morning for assignments with Chicago Public School (CPS), Chicago International Charter (CICS) and Chicago Perspective Schools. Demonstrate teaching assignments daily by working with students from K thru high school, filling in for full day classes, where students come to classrooms for transitional periods of teaching and learning curricula activities for the entire day for the implementation of teacher’s lesson plan and academic curriculum. 2012 - Present - LAUREATE LEARNING CENTER - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS COORDINATOR/TUTOR/MENTOR, Provide teaching and education services for library, home, on-line tutoring and on-site after-school program for Chicago Public Schools (CPS) and Charter/Alternative schools. Reading, math and language arts are our common core instructions to elementary and high school students under no child left behind supplemental Title1supplemental educational services (SES), I also advise, facilitate, market and recruit in areas for political, business, clergy leaders, teachers, students and parents from local schools; organize and promote communities activities by addressing at-risk youth concerns, educational problems, policies, drugs and crime issues. 2010 – Dec. ST. ARGUSTINE COLLEGE - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ADJUNCT FACULTY INSTRUCTOR. Taught English Composition (162) to adult students for the completion of a Bachelor degree program and provided academic advising to incoming students by facilitating activities that promote students success and lifelong learning. 2006 - 2008 - HAMMOND PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS - HAMMOND, INDIANA SUBSTITUTE TEACHER. Rendered meaningful educational services from K-12, to middle, high school students and motivate individual students towards success. Provided training and tutoring programs as a foundational base in large and small groups settings that provided leadership development and career awareness at the Hammond Career Center Alternative High School, implementation of enrichment programs, students counseling, career development and special education one on one reflection of school curriculum training/academic program. 2000 - 2006 - CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS TEACHER/SCHOOL ASSISTANT. Assisted faculty, staff and classroom teachers for students’ academic subjects K to 12, discipline in/outside the classroom and monitor school groups, safety and security activities. Helped tutored and mentored students during one-on-one sessions with special education concerns/issues and participated in an after-school structured group activities for student’s security with CPS Sport Administration after-school programs and activities. 1997 - 2000 GARFIELD BOULEVARD COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS COMMUNITY ORGANIZER. Helped organize and mobilized support from external agencies, rendered support advising and addressed vital community issues with local community leaders, agencies, fundraisers and other service providers to address crime, gangs and drug solicitation/substance abuse problems in the Englewood community area. However, to improve the quality of life for the local area residents, youth and other groups of diverse background in organizing for priority jobs, CHA public housing and youth violence campaigns with minority adults, boys, girls and a commitment for the establishment of a group neighborhood development network for the Englewood area underrepresented population. EDUCATION Present - 2015 NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS M.A. - POLITICAL SCIENCE [IN PROGRESS AT NEIU MAIN CAMPUS] 2008 - 2010 NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS M.A. - URBAN EDUCATION [CENTER FOR INNER-CITY STUDIES] 2005 - 2006 NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS B.A. - SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE [BOARD OF GOVERNOR PROGRAM] ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION - PARAPROFESSIONAL AIDE APPROVED CERTIFICATE & CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH REFERENCE FURNISHED UPON REQUEST

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Up to 1 hour away at my regular hourly rate

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JEROME WILLS 4818 South Forrestville Street CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60615-1410 1(773) 886-6137 [CELL] 1(773) 314-3555 [CELL] Email: JWills@neiu.edu My name is Jerome Wills; I am currently working, as a Substitute Teacher with Chicago Public School and Chicago International Charter Schools districts. As an after-school Tutor/Mentor instructor with Laureate Learning Center Inc., on-line, off-site and home tutoring services for both elementary and high school students. We provide common core programs and academic instructions in the areas of reading, math and language arts; this approved Supplemental Education Service (SES) provider is under the Title 1, No Child Left Behind (NCLB) educational program. Further advancement of my career necessitates a progressive move of exploring positions in the area of an Adjunct Instructor in Education /Political Science Professor, Executive/Community- Director, Industrial, Program Manager-Apartment Coordinator, Community Organizer/Field Campaign, Canvass Director, Fundraiser/Business Manager/Commercial Recruiter-Outreach Liaison Specialist, School Registrar, Dean of Discipline/Student Engagement, Student-Disciplinarian, Youth Development-Leadership Trainer, Community Support Family Worker, Domestic/Youth Violence-Admissions Counselor, Outreach/Network Specialist, Lead Teacher/GED Skills Facilitator, Resource Special Education Teacher-Paraprofessional Aide, Child Development/ECE-Director, Autism Educator/Developmental Disabilities Paraprofessional, Academic Instructor, Tutor/Mentor Group Coordinator, Outreach Substance Abuse/Case/Moving Manager, Educational/Intervention Counselor, Human Resource Development, Prevention/Education/Behavior Intervention-Reading Specialist and Volunteer-Activities Coordinator in an educational environment, such as the Chicago Public school (CPS) and Chicago International Charter School (CICS), Perspective Middle Academy, in need of a Test Proctors, Lunch/Recess Monitor, who partnership with other educational institutions, with a focus on business, fundraising, marketing/sales, recruitment and volunteering with elementary, high schools for the enhancement of academics, tutoring, mentoring programs, special education services and an interest in providing assistance for individuals with autism services. However, a strong emphasis will be placed on research training, teaching with other professional educational groups, political leadership development and academic programs. Therefore, the overall goals and objectives will be to provide on-going social services as a shelter supervisor for inner-city at-risk youth-sports; while addressing issues of justice for teens/adults incarceration, criminal activities, drugs, homelessness, rape prevention and gang advocacy activities. Likewise, while working towards growth, progress and developmental programs for urban teenagers, boys and girls; who will help school age children with learning conditions, behavioral, emotional and educational problems. However, address other disabilities concerns, developments, social issues, and provide a diagnosis to the problems for those who need and want an academic trainer and/or a teacher to work for progressive support in education reform. May we arrange an interview in order to discuss my background in greater detail? I am available to meet and/or speak with you at your earliest convenience. Thank you for your consideration on my behalf. Respectfully, Jerome Wills JEROME WILLS 4818 South Forestville Street CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60615-1410 1 (773) 314-3555 [CELL] 1 (708) 487-9348 [FRIEND] Email: JWlls@neiu.edu OBJECTIVE ADMINISTRATIVE OR SUPERVISOR POSITION FOR A SOCIAL SERVICES ORGANIZATION, HOSPITAL/MEDICAL CENTER, INDUSTIAL/MANUFACTURING, HEALTH CARE FACILITY, GOVERNMENT AGENCY/DIVISION: (FEDERAL, STATE, COUNTY OR MUNICIPAL) OR SCHOOL DISTRICTS. DESIRE OPPORTUNITIES FOR GRADUATE TEACHING ADVISOR/ASSISTANT, TRAINING, TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION SYSTEMS, AND ADVANCEMENT VIA DEVELOPMENTAL, COMMUNITY ADVOCACY, CULTURAL DIVERSITY CONCERNS/PERSPECTIVES, GRANT WRITING, BUSINESS OUTREACH MANAGER, CONSENSUS BUILDING, MANAGEMENT PROJECTS AND OTHER GROUP EDUCATIONAL/COMMUNICATION LEADERSHIP, ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATIONS, DUTIES AND ASSIGNMENTS. EXPERIENCE 2011 - Present - DELTA T. GROUP SUBSTITUTE TEACHER PROGRAM - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS SUBSTITUTE TEACHER. On call every morning for assignments with Chicago Public School (CPS), Chicago International Charter (CICS) and Chicago Perspective Schools. Demonstrate teaching assignments daily by working with students from K thru high school, filling in for full day classes, where students come to classrooms for transitional periods of teaching and learning curricula activities for the entire day for the implementation of teacher’s lesson plan and academic curriculum. 2012 - Present - LAUREATE LEARNING CENTER - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS COORDINATOR/TUTOR/MENTOR, Provide teaching and education services for library, home, on-line tutoring and on-site after-school program for Chicago Public Schools (CPS) and Charter/Alternative schools. Reading, math and language arts are our common core instructions to elementary and high school students under no child left behind supplemental Title1supplemental educational services (SES), I also advise, facilitate, market and recruit in areas for political, business, clergy leaders, teachers, students and parents from local schools; organize and promote communities activities by addressing at-risk youth concerns, educational problems, policies, drugs and crime issues. 2010 – Dec. ST. ARGUSTINE COLLEGE - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ADJUNCT FACULTY INSTRUCTOR. Taught English Composition (162) to adult students for the completion of a Bachelor degree program and provided academic advising to incoming students by facilitating activities that promote students success and lifelong learning. 2006 - 2008 - HAMMOND PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS - HAMMOND, INDIANA SUBSTITUTE TEACHER. Rendered meaningful educational services from K-12, to middle, high school students and motivate individual students towards success. Provided training and tutoring programs as a foundational base in large and small groups settings that provided leadership development and career awareness at the Hammond Career Center Alternative High School, implementation of enrichment programs, students counseling, career development and special education one on one reflection of school curriculum training/academic program. 2000 - 2006 - CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS TEACHER/SCHOOL ASSISTANT. Assisted faculty, staff and classroom teachers for students’ academic subjects K to 12, discipline in/outside the classroom and monitor school groups, safety and security activities. Helped tutored and mentored students during one-on-one sessions with special education concerns/issues and participated in an after-school structured group activities for student’s security with CPS Sport Administration after-school programs and activities. 1997 - 2000 GARFIELD BOULEVARD COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS COMMUNITY ORGANIZER. Helped organize and mobilized support from external agencies, rendered support advising and addressed vital community issues with local community leaders, agencies, fundraisers and other service providers to address crime, gangs and drug solicitation/substance abuse problems in the Englewood community area. However, to improve the quality of life for the local area residents, youth and other groups of diverse background in organizing for priority jobs, CHA public housing and youth violence campaigns with minority adults, boys, girls and a commitment for the establishment of a group neighborhood development network for the Englewood area underrepresented population. EDUCATION Present - 2015 NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS M.A. - POLITICAL SCIENCE [IN PROGRESS AT NEIU MAIN CAMPUS] 2008 - 2010 NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS M.A. - URBAN EDUCATION [CENTER FOR INNER-CITY STUDIES] 2005 - 2006 NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY - CHICAGO, ILLINOIS B.A. - SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE [BOARD OF GOVERNOR PROGRAM] ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION - PARAPROFESSIONAL AIDE APPROVED CERTIFICATE & CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH REFERENCE FURNISHED UPON REQUEST

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