6611 Oakland Street,
Philadelphia PA 19149,
Tel.: (215)-725-6370

My goal is to design and maintain web pages and/or to write computer programs.

I have long experience in Basic, Visual Basic, Pascal, C and C++ programming languages. I have built websites using HTML, Javascript and CGI programs. As a teacher, I wrote a number of quiz and demonstrative programs, especially for my physics classes. I used MS Excel and Access in my administrative work and also, I helped to create and maintain the school database in a big high-school, using Dbase, later Clipper. In the United States, I have taught college-level mathematics - including linear algebra and calculus - as well as computer programming in both IBM and Macintosh systems.

I am a US citizen since 2000.


Teaching Mathematics
Community College of Philadelphia
May, 1997 to present
I have been a Math Specialist in the Learning Lab of the Community College of Philadelphia. I have been teaching lab classes and workshops here to provide specific help to college students. In the 1999/2000 year I was a part time faculty member of the Mathematics Department also, where I teach Basic Algebra and Linear Programming classes. Since August, 2000 I have been a full-time professor in th Learning Lab.
Teaching mathematics
Germantown Friends School
Jan, 1999 to Aug, 1999
I was a mathematics teacher of a wonderful senior class. This was the highest level class in the school, Advanced Calculus. We used mathematics software, MAPLE as a study aid. Also, I was a per diem substitute teacher when needed, for various levels of Mathematics.
Teaching Computer Programming
Germantown Friends School
Sept, 1997 to Aug, 1998
I taught basic programming skills using Pascal language for Macintosh
computers and advanced level Visual Basic in IBM machines for elective courses.
Tutoring College Mathematics
Penn State University Ogontz Campus
Sept, 1997 to present
I have taught college algebra, calculus and college physics. I have helped several students for over 2 or 3 semesters.
Teacher of Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Sciences.
Grof Szechenyi Istvan Muszaki Szakkozepiskola.
Szekesfehervar, Hungary.
1975 to 1996
I taught computer keyboarding, MS. DOS, various Windows applications, MS Office programs, Word processing and computer programming, using Basic and Pascal languages. My classes were special classes for students who had computer majors. We used network and Internet in an introductory and intermediate level. I taught HTML programming also. With some of my students we created the first Web-page of our school. I prepared my classes for final examination in Physics and Mathematics on a relatively high level. I taught Algebra, Precalculus and Calculus; I taught in each secondary grade level.

Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Mathematics and Physics for teaching in the secondary level. University of Szeged. Hungary 1976.
Master's Degree in Teaching Computer Science
Kando Kalman Technical College. Szekesfehervar, Hungary. 1995.
By the evaluation of World Education Services Inc. (Ref. #: 072639-MD) I have Bachelor's and Master's degree equivalency in Mathematics and Physics and Master's degree equivalency in Computer Sciences.
College level English classes and several computer programming and database courses. 5 semesters.
Community College of Philadelphia 1997-1998.

Upon request.

Personal interest:
Web-page programming and design using HTML and Java. I have an award-winner website about Hungary, where I have built on-line community with my Hungarian lessons. I was a Community Leader for Geocities community between June, 1999, and Dec, 1999 when the program was terminated.