JASON J. KORRASIK, M.A.
fully committed to helping my students succeed in obtaining their educational
goals and dreams!"
A dynamic and highly motivated professional offering outstanding study
skills coaching, test preparation, tutoring in math, science, reading
and writing supported by doctoral training and a successful 20-year
track record as a tutor, teacher, researcher and educator.
CORE PROFESSIONAL STRENGTHS
, Reading & Writing
College Preparation & Planning
Goal Orientated and Results Focused
Analysis & Evaluation
Coaching, Mentoring and
Educational & Skills Assessment
Academic & Planning Counseling
Test Prep for SAT
, ACT, TJ, SAT II, GRE, &
GMAT (Standardized Tests)
Performance Improvement & Evaluation
Special Needs Tutoring & Students with Learning Disablities (ADD, ADHD)
1. As a Test Prep Coach
I have helped hundreds of students prepare for standardized tests (SAT, ACT, GRE, & GMAT).
2. As an Adjunct Professor
of Business Administration at Mary Washington University, taught Research
Methods and Statistical Analysis with a focus on
interdisciplinary management practices in public and private sector
3. As a Research Psychologist
on U.S. Army's Pentagon Staff, I designed and implemented on-line Workforce Information
System, provided time-sensitive on-demand research briefings, reports,
analysis and recommendations to Army Headquarters Leadership.
4. As a Management Consultant
provided quantitative and qualitative analysis to organizations
undergoing reorganization, developed models, and analysis of
statistical data, provided facilitation, planning and project
5. As a Research
Associate at The George Washington University, Project manager for
performance evaluation of National Clearinghouse, provided multivariate
data analysis, factorial analysis, and survey analysis and detailed
6. Codeveloped and implemented nationwide a major customer satisfaction training
initiative for senior project managers.
7. In preparing for a major corporate wide restructuring, developed and implemented a process improvement plan
8. Testing & Assessment
Associate, The American Psychological Association, Lobbied, developed publications, policy analysis.
9. Promoted to Director
of Operations at a startup retail company, introduced enterprise
computer system which increased capacity 700%, reduced labor costs by
50% and improved sales 800%. Led reorganization & expansion
10. Performed staff and management training and supervision
in complete system integration of information technology.
11. International Experience
in Europe, Asia, Mid East, and South America. Language skills in Spanish, Hindi, and Hebrew.
Great Tutoring, LLC,
Tutor college and pre-college students in Math, Reading, and
Writing. Subjects tutored include Algebra, Trigonometry,
Geometry, Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, History, English, Statistics, Psychology, Critical Thinking,
Reading Comprehension & Standardized Test Prep.
a. Provide one-on-one tutoring, as well as, small group tutoring with a focus on developing strong problem-solving skills.
b. Test Prep Coach for GRE, GMAT, ACT, SAT I and SAT II.
Adjunct Professor of Business Administration
, University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, VA
Taught Applied Business Research Methodology course. This writing intensive course emphasized development
of practical how-to skills for gathering and analyzing information
used for business decisions.
a. Supervised over 50 students conducting applied business research projects and presenting findings in a professional forum.
b. Taught team building skills, group dynamics, presentation/communication skills, and analytical skills.
The George Washington University
Provided research and technical support on a wide range of university
sponsored research projects, scholarly publications and consultations
for clients in finance, government, nonprofit, transportation,
education, and technology.
a. Researched, designed, and directed the evaluation of services for a National Clearinghouse.
b. Spearheaded problem-solving team implementing process changes for executive education program.
c. Led recruitment effort for expansion of executive education training programs in Asia.
d. Designed and facilitated an executive business development seminar that met with business leaders in Central Europe.
e. Provided operations and logistics management for international convention with over 10,000 attendees.
U.S. Department of the Army, The Pentagon
Recruited to direct the design and construction of a web based workforce planning and information system.
a. Project manager for Army wide initiative to re-engineer human resource information and planning system.
b. Project leader for on-demand research, analysis, and technical support to Army Secretariats.
c. Created workforce strategy and implementation plan for recruitment, selection, and retention of civilian labor pool.
Army Corps of Engineers, Washington, D.C.
Worked in cooperation with agency leaders to facilitate a broad ranging
organizational and process improvement program impacting core business
practices. Effort resulted in nationally recognized award.
a. Managed project team providing customer satisfaction expertise to project managers throughout the U.S.A.
b. Completed multiple projects involving performance measurement and workforce forecasting/analysis.
c. Developed innovative workforce planning system and won enthusiastic support from agency leaders.
Testing and Assessment Associate
American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.
Assisted in managing the testing policy, advocacy, and information
activities in APAs Science Directorate. Monitored and lobbied to
affect change in federal legislation, policy and regulations on
employment testing and evaluation.
a. Provided support to advisory groups, designed publications and managed fundraising activities.
b. Helped pioneer effort that led to successful passage of Federal legislation recognizing the Decade of Behavior.
St. Luke's Memorial Hospital Center
a. Conducted initial assessment of more than 100 individuals. Consulted with psychiatrist to develop treatment plans.
b. Counseled individual patients as well as led group counseling sessions. Administered cognitive therapy modules.
, Family Owed Retail Business
Directed all retail operations including personnel
recruitment and training, employee scheduling, sales, merchandising,
product management, pricing, advertising, customer/member services,
general accounting, budgeting, financial reporting and facilities
a. Designed and directed expansion of retail stores and installation of
computer system which increased capacity 700%, reduced labor costs by
50% and improved sales 800%.
b. Recruited, trained, and motivated a staff of 10-employees, in 10,000 square foot retail center.
Sponsored by Cornell University, New York State Legislature
a. Conducted policy analysis, and research, made recommendations to legislators, participated in legislative sessions.
Ph. D. Student Human & Organizational Learning George Washington University
Industrial/Organizational Psychology George
Syracuse, New York
International/Middle Eastern Studies Tel Aviv University
Institute of Fine Arts
University of Baltimore
Academy of Management
American Psychological Association
Society of I/O Psychologists
AWARDS AND HONORS
a. Twice Selected for Whos Who in America
b. International Studies Scholarship to the Mid-East, Tel Aviv University, Israel
c. New York State Legislative Intern Program Scholarship, Cornell University
d. Rotary International Youth Exchange Student to Surat, Gujarat, India.
Author/Co-Author/Facilitator/Contributor of 15+ publications and
workshops published by the Institute for Education Public Policy
Studies, the American Psychological Association, and the U.S.
Department of Defense. Contributor to a major monograph regarding the
Bush Administrations No Child Left Behind policy, published in 2001.
Full listing provided upon request.