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June R Massoud


Role and Company

Youth & Adult Ed Teacher/Tutor & Computer/Electrical Engineer, School Boards/Teaching, Tutoring Business and Technical Business


25 years experience in engineering


Burlington, VT

About June R

To provide advice on computer science, engineering, education, English literacy, French literacy, math skills, computer skills, science and career issues, psychology tips, social sciences and life issues.
I have a total of 30 years of work and volunteer experience, in both engineering and teaching, combined.
I was a member of IEEE for 32 years. I have worked in aerospace, marine, electrical and computer engineering, for the following companies: Air Canada, CAE Inc, Carrier - Division of United Technologies. Furthermore, I have been self-employed as a contractual engineer since 2005. As a teacher, I was employed by three school boards in Montreal, Canada. I taught between 6 to 8 subjects: Math and Sciences (all types and levels of high school/adult ed) and English/French literacy (all levels of high school/adult ed) as well as some Social Sciences. In addition, I tutored children in elementary school as well as college students. Right now I have a dual role as teacher and tutor with my own tutoring business; as well as an entrepreneurial lady computer/electrical engineer and technical writer. I have also done some technical volunteer work for several organizations over many years.
In addition, I've acquired knowledge in psychology and social work, by coaching I received from licensed psychologists and social workers. I wanted to learn about these fields so I could become a great teacher. I acquired these skills over a 25 year period. In my leisure time, I have been attending Catholic Church for a long while. I enjoy the friendships I've made and continue to make at several church communities where Christians make a difference in people's lives. I also spend time with my Jewish friends in my city.
Finally, the reason I am an advisor on this website is because I feel it is my duty to help veterans as I'm an engineer and longtime former IEEE member, and we engineers appreciate veterans, we would like to help them with their careers and their lives.

June R Massoud - Teacher/Tutor and Computer & Security Engineer with 30 Years of Combined Experience

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9 months ago

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9 months ago

When making a career change, what is the best way to go about it if you are not still young?

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9 months ago

I am entering my final semester as a college student and looking for Internships (preferably at big tech companies)... However I am having trouble.

My advice is I think you need to work on your resume. Also, put yourself out there on Linkedin and...

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9 months ago

If I am currently in school and unemployed. Is it smart to just get any job or look for one in the field I wish to work in once I graduate.

Question: Why are you getting a degree in a field in which you will not be working? Technical Management is...

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9 months ago

Publishing Agent - Book editing

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