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Secondary school English educator

Matthew P. Matich, American language educator. Certified secondary school English teacher, California. Member San Pedro Pirate Boosters, 1987. Member United Teachers Los Angeles, American Federation Teachers, National Council Teachers English, California Association Teachers English, California Teachers Association, California Council Adult Educators, Dalmation American Club, Elks Club (scholarship committee 1990).

Background

Matich, Matthew P. was born on June 30, 1962 in San Pedro, California, United States.

Education

B Fine and Comm. Arts, Loyola Marymount U., 1985;Master of Education, National U., 1995;graduate, American School X-Ray, Los Angeles, 1992.

Career

Producer, newswriter KMET Radio, Hollywood, California, 1981-1983, 85-86. News director, broadcaster KXLU Radio, Los Angeles, 1983-1987. Instructor, counselor Columbia School Broadcasting, Hollywood, 1985-1988.

Radio reporter KRTH Radio, Los Angeles, 1987-1988. Radio producer Transtar Radio Network, Hollywood, 1987-1988. Substitute teacher Los Angeles Unified School District, 1989-1992.

Head coach freshman/sophomore football and varsity track coach San Pedro (California) High School, 1993—1994. English teacher Harbor Community Adult School AEWC Drop-out Prevention Homestudy Program, since 2001. Outreach consultant Harbor Occupational Center, San Pedro, since 2005.

Adult school counseling advisor Narbonne and Banning Adult Schools, since 1998. Founder, member advisory board Extracurricular Academics), San Pedro, 1994-1997. Founder local ethnic tribute/holiday Burrito Day in Los Angeles, since 1983.

Instructor English as Second Language San Pedro/Narbonne Adult School, since 1996, drop out prevention coordinator, 1998, assessment coordinator, 1999. Advisory student paper Minor Chronicles, since 1998. Organizer San Pedro Teen Summit, 1998-2001.

Advisory in field; disc jockey Spin Cycle, The Watt from Pedro Show on www.twfps.com, 2001^, Burning Man Project Black Rock, Nevada, 1998^. Chief Executive Officer Wild Kingdom Wildlife Preservation & Cultural Research Society, since 1992.

Achievements

  • Certified secondary school English teacher, California.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Writer, producer radio program The Bluez Shift, 1983-1987, poetry: It Can't Be, 1996.

Membership

Member San Pedro Pirate Boosters, 1987. Member United Teachers Los Angeles, American Federation Teachers, National Council Teachers English, California Association Teachers English, California Teachers Association, California Council Adult Educators, Dalmation American Club, Elks Club (scholarship committee 1990).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: traveling.