I have had the pleasure of knowing Fernando Multedo for the past two years, both as a graduate student in two classes and, most recently, as my teaching assistant in Management Science. Mr. Multedo exhibits all the essential characteristics and skills which point to future success in whichever field he chooses to enter: he is intelligent, organized, articulate and industrious.
However, unlike other bright students that I have had the pleasure of teaching, Fernando brings a commendable array of additional attributes to the table: a fine sense of self, solid reliability and accountability, a sense of humor and a quick- wittedness, all of which make him one of the most valuable classroom assistants with whom I have ever been associated.
Students who have received his tutelage have remarked about the ease in which he can explain difficult ideas in the most cogent way. He has contributed to the class work by doing extensive outside reading and sharing the most recent research with the class. He stays long after class to work individually with students who are having difficulty. In fact, he has performed all of his teaching functions more than admirably.
As one of the top graduate students in this department, Mr. Multedo comes with my highest of recommendations.
Jonathan H., Ph.D.
Teachers College, Columbia University
Dear Dr. Multedo,
I am thrilled to be chosen to help you and New Mexico Academy in an administrative way...I believe so in this school.
I, myself, have dreamed of a school of my own for about thirty years. I no longer have to dream. It is here. This is a school that contains more than "my school" ever dreamed of. I have been teaching for over forty years, and I have never felt such joy in teaching day after day. It is due to your many years of instilling the discipline and the academic standards that make my teaching of English such a delight.
How I do wish you come back and accept great honors when all the hard work of you and your wife comes to fruition.
Sincere gratitude for all that you have inspired in me.
New Mexico Academy for Sciences and Mathematics
To Whom it May Concern:
It is with pleasure that I write a letter of recommendation for Fernando Multedo. Mr. Multedo taught science and mathematics this past year, as well as during the summer.
Fernando is a reliable, responsible, and hard-working member of our staff. He is well-liked by his students and respected by his peers.
He has been an asset to our staff and I am sure he will be one
for yours. If I can be of further assistance, please feel free to call
me at the school.
Bel-Air Prep School
Los Angeles, California
I have worked with Fernando Multedo for the past three years, and it has been a pleasure to interact with him in matters of educational importance as a colleague. Dr. Multedo presents himself in a professional manner in every respect and has been an excellent representative of the New Mexico State Department of Education at meetings, conferences, and workshops where I have been in attendance. Fernando is most helpful to his colleagues and has cooperated in numerous joint efforts within the agency where his expertise in computer skills has been a welcome asset.
In addition to his professional demeanor and skills being invaluable to this agency, Fernando's personal attributes make it easy and pleasant to work with him. He has a great sense of humor, relates well to his colleagues, and is a good listener as well as an articulate speaker. Dr. Multedo is a very dependable and reliable associate, and I always look forward to working with him on any particular project.
James H. T.
Consultant in Assessment and Evaluation
Department of Education
State of New Mexico
Approximately two years ago, Mr. Multedo answered my advertisement for tutors. His credentials where quite impressive. His references stressed that he was knowledgeable, reliable, responsible, hardworking, well liked by his students and respected by his peers.
I have found all of that to be true. He has been an excellent tutor and has served as the chemistry instructor .
Nathaniel W., Jr.
Higher Education Opportunity Program
School of Engineering & Applied Sciences, Columbia University
Mr. Fernando Multedo is currently teaching at Barnard College Ronald E. McNair Math and Science Project, which is a component of the Science and Technology Entry Program...
As the Coordinator of the Program, I have been able to work closely with Mr. Multedo and observe his dedication and interest in his students. He is currently concentrating on the area of Chemistry and also focusing on basic-skill building. He also develops the curriculum and lessons plans and evaluates his students. He is always willing to assist his students and the program beyond what is required. The students certainly benefit from his instructional expertise.
Barnard College, Columbia University