Full Time Lecturing

Since my mom has been dealing with some health issues for the most part of this year, I decided that I would spend more time in Trinidad and Tobago instead of leaving to head for the UK. As a result, I’ve had to reassess my career goals and decide on a new way forward. I currently work at the National Insurance Board and I lecture part time at the University. This work schedule has left little time for me to focus on my mobile apps, the business ventures I would like to pursue as well as any community service work I would like to do. So I’ve decided to go back to lecturing full time. Last week I met with the Head of the Information Communication and Technology (ICT) programmes at the University of Trinidad and Tobago to discuss my return and how I can contribute to the programmes currently being delivered and the University as a whole. I believe this is the best move for me right now. While I will not be employed as an iOS Developer, at the University I will be given the privilege of teaching students how to develop mobile applications as well as many other software development topics. The teaching schedule will also give me time to work on my current mobile apps and develop new applications that I have been thinking of for quite some time. This is actually the perfect fit for me right now and I am excited for the move. Once the Administrative and Human Resources side of things are sorted out in time, I would be starting from January 2015. So in the mean time, I’m visualising myself there doing one of the things I’m most passionate about while making a difference in the lives of others.


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