[Ohio-talk] I got a job as an English tutor working for an Australian company online.

Chenelle Hancock filmchenelle1977 at gmail.com
Sat Jun 24 12:10:54 UTC 2017


Hello Federation family,
I have some really great news to share with you all. Yesterday at 11:45 Eastern standard time. I received an offer to tutor people who need to learn English from an Australian company. It's an online course that I would be teaching every day it's up my own schedule I can teach up to six people at one time for 45 minutes at a time. The name of the company is called I tutor I excepted the job yesterday. I will be starting at the end of next week after I get all the forms and technical issues worked out with the company. I also have another job interview with a Chinese company on Thursday the 29th to teach part time to six-year-olds in China from 6 AM to 10 AM Eastern standard time 60s a week. I will let you know how that job interview goes. I also have a second interview on Wednesday with Apple and I'll let you guys know how that goes. God is my good to me recently. I finally get to live the life I want teaching people  English as a foreign language. They were also able to accommodate my needs as a visually impaired person by making sure that the handbook that I have to read is Annette assessable for Matt. This is an online job by the way I will be working from home. Hope everyone is doing well sorry I will not be at convention this year. I hope to be at state convention on October 27 through the 29th it will depend on my work schedule. Sent from my iPhone

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> From: Malcom Glenn [mailto:mglenn at uber.com] 
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> I'm sure you all saw this week that Travis resigned as CEO. I've heard from a few folks with questions about what his departure means for a couple of issue areas, including our accessibility team. I just wanted to let you all know that we're continuing to move forward on improving the accessibility of our product, whether that's the app accessibility, communicating with drivers to ensure they do the right thing, or continuing to work to expand our offerings for wheelchair-accessible vehicles.
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> Another component that will continue to be a priority will be making sure we have the best employees internally helping push forward all this important work. With that in mind, we've recently begun the search for a senior hire to lead our cross-functional accessibility work as well as multiple mobile and web accessibility engineers. We are also looking to hire a program manager for our autonomous vehicle accessibility program. Click below for the job descriptions (all based in SF):
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> <https://www.uber.com/careers/list/31582/> Head of Product - Accessibility
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> <https://www.uber.com/careers/list/31736/> Android Engineer - Mobile Accessibility 
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> <https://www.uber.com/careers/list/31735/> iOS Engineer - Mobile Accessibility 
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> Software Engineer - Web Accessibility <https://www.uber.com/careers/list/30347/> 
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> If you know folks whose experience you think might be a good match for these roles, please let me know and I connect them to the right people internally. And thank you as always for all the great work you're doing!
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