West Orange, NJ, December 03, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Are you interested in a career as a federal agent? If so, make sure to listen to Top-Tier Tutoring’s latest “Ear on Careers” podcast, featuring James Nachbaur with the Department of Homeland Security. Due to the nature of Nachbaur’s position, this podcast focuses more on federal law enforcement in general, rather than his specific job duties.
Nachbaur began his higher education at a local community college, before transferring to William Paterson University. Nachbaur touts the wonderful experience he received at Passaic County Community College, stressing the value and access to great professors. During this insightful podcast, Nachbaur discusses the requirements for becoming a federal agent and offers suggestions to those interested in joining this elite force. Some of his tips are to stay on top of current events, keep yourself in shape and abide by a high standard of ethics. In order to access this podcast, go to http://toptiertutoringmedia.com/ear-on-careers-james-nachbaur-federal-agen.
Top-Tier Tutoring offers a free a podcast series, “Ear on Careers,” that introduces listeners to successful leaders in a variety of different fields, including business, industry, medicine, the arts, and so much more. It is the first career day podcast series on the internet geared toward those entering college or seeking a career switch. In order to see a listing of and listen to any of Top-Tier Tutoring’s podcasts, go to www.top-tiertutoring.com/blog; either listen right on the computer or download the podcast to an iPod. The podcasts are also available on iTunes and through other podcast directories.
Top-Tier Tutoring is an innovative tutoring and college planning boutique that offers standardized test preparation, college counseling services and tutoring for all high school courses, all on an individual basis. It is located at 623 Eagle Rock Avenue in West Orange, NJ. Top-Tier Tutoring is on the web at www.Top-TierTutoring.com, and may be reached by telephone at 973-243-1212.