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Life Skills 101

tutoring & advice

 with Mary Ruth Dilling

short description:
Program for high school jr/sr to learn the needed skills to succeed on their own.
long description:
A program for high school juniors or seniors to learn the needed skills to be a success on their own. Course offerings include: budgeting, healthy eating/menu planning, job interview skills, resume writing, communication skills, job assessment, life’s bumps (coping skills), and more.
level of difficulty:
minimum class size:
Evenings 6-8 on M, T, & W. Sunday afternoons 1-5
fee comments:
This is a multi-session class which fills in any gaps your teenager may have before moving out on their own.
 session structure





Life Skills 101

live session

Program for high school jr/sr to learn the needed skills to succeed on their own.

1h 0m

discussion forums: 1

Available to book on the following pre-scheduled starting dates:

start: (GMT) 20 May 2013 13:00 internet time: @583 | view full details |

languages: English
fee: 75US$  (750lp)
payment: at booking
delivery method: live online and self-paced

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United States

Mary Ruth Dilling

description of :
I have been teaching in some capacity for over 20 years. I have worked with children of all ages and abilities. I have taught adults various subjects from computer usage to communication and leadership skills.

Teacher's qualifications:
Mary Ruth Dilling


Capella University (2009 - Present)
Masters of Mental Health Counseling
Chi Sigma Iota (2010 – Present)
Play Therapy Program (2011-2012)

University of Idaho (2009)

North Idaho College (2008-2009)
Phi Theta Kappa

Toastmasters, International (2007-Present)
Advanced Leader Bronze (2009) Advanced Leader Silver (2010)
District 9 Public Relations Officer (2009-2010)
President – Lake City Toastmaster Club (2009-2010)
Led club to President’s Distinguish Club
Triple Crown Award (2010)

Texas Women’s University (1988-1991)
Bachelor of Science in Communication Science (Deaf Educ.)


Wheat Life Magazine (2011-Present)
Feature writer

Kindling Dreams, LLC (2009-Present)
Plan seminars and workshops
Led self-help groups
Newsletter editor (Pacific NW Recovery News) (2012)

Kindling Dreams Educational Center (1992-Present)
Teacher K-12
Homeschool consultant


NAMI Coeur d’Alene Board (2009- 2010)
NAMI Family to Family Facilitator (2008- Present)
NAMI Train the Trainer (2012)
NAMI Newsletter contributor (2009- Present)
Disability Rights, Idaho PAIMI Board (2008 – 2010)
Trinity Group Homes, Inc. Board (2009 – 2011)
Parenting in the 21st Century Facilitator (2009- 2010)
District 8 Newsletter Editor (2008-2009)
Central Office Chairperson (2009- 2010)
CDA Deaf Club Secretary (2007-2008)
American Red Cross CPR/1st Aid Instructor (2009-Present)
American Red Cross DAT Volunteer (2009- Present)
Step Two Dual Recovery Facilitator (2009-2010)
Hayden SDA Newsletter Editor (2004-2009)
Homeschool Angels Leader (2008-2009)
Homeschool Angels Newsletter Editor (2008-2009)
Money Management International Instructor (2009- Present)
Christian Coalition member (2010- Present)
Disability Action Center Advisory Board Member (2011-Present)
Recovery Conference Planning Committee (2010-Present)
‘Night of Music’ Fundraiser organizer (2011- Present)
Clover Kidz 4-H Project Leader (2010- Present)
IBCT Member (2012)


Chi Sigma Iota (2010 – Present)
American Psychiatric Association (2009- Present)
American Association of People with Disabilities (2010-Present)
ID Play Therapy Association (2011 – Present)
Association of Play Therapy (2011 – Present)
Christian Writers Group International (2002-Present)
The Writers View (2002- Present)
Liberty Street League (2009- 2011)
ALDA (2010-Present)
Talk About Curing Autism Now (2010 – Present)
National Association of Professional Women (2008-Present)
National Association of School Psychologists (2010-Present) membership (2006-Present)

's preferred teaching style:
My teaching skills tend to be 'whatever it takes.' If a student has some learning issues, we get creative to develop the skills they need to learn for the topic. I believe in hands-on activities that cement the knowledge into the brain.

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