Matthew B. Dineen has an impressive educational background on paralegal studies and liberal arts. Starting 1992, he has cquired over two years of experience with paralegal proceedings and seventeen years with teaching and coaching. Given his solid education and professional history, Dineen has cultivated excellent organizational, computer-based and customer service skills.
In 1992, Matt Dineen obtained his degree of Bachelor of Arts, Major in History, Minor in Anthropology from Saint Mary’s University. In the same year, he became a member of Phi Alpha Theta, a National Honor Society in History, and Pi Gamma Mu, a National Honor Society in Social Science. In 1993, he advanced his studies by completing his Masters of Arts in Education (Focus on Instruction) from the aforementioned university. In 1994, Matthew studied Mandarin Chinese and Chinese Culture in Pioneer Language Institute in Taiwan. This 2011, Dineen finished a certificate program, Paralegal Studies, in Boston University Center for Professional Education.
In addition, Matthew B. Dineen pursued distance education in Bringham Young University, University of Northern Colorado, University of New England and University of Phoenix, among other universities.
He started his paralegal work in 1993 when he worked as a Full-Time Paralegal in Hsu & Hsu Attorneys at Law in Taipei, Taiwan until 1995. From 2011 up until now, Matthew is a Consumer Complaint Mediator in State of Maine Office of the Attorney General. Also from 2011 up to the present, Matt Dineen works as a Paralegal in Jabar, Batten, Ringer & Laliberty Attorneys At Law.
Furthermore, Matthew B. Dineen has earned professional experience as a teacher and coach in public and private schools. Dineen was a Part-Time Instructor of English as Second Language for Grades K-11 in Joy School, Taipei, Taiwan from 1993 to 1995. Matt Dineen then worked as a Full-Time Instructor of 11th Grade US History in Fenwick High School from 1995 to 1997. He was an Athletic Director of Seeds of Peace Arab-Israeli Coexistence Youth Camp from 1996 to 1998. Matthew was also a Full-Time Coordinator of Academic Preps for Grades 9 – 12 (Ed Tech III) in Hall-Dale High School (RSU 2) from 1997 to 1998.
Matt Dineen served as a Full-Time Instructor of Social Science in Bridgton Academy from 1998 to 2001. Dineen was a Full-Time Special Education Teacher in Jefferson Village School in Carrie Ricker Middle (RSU 4) from 2003 to 2007 and in Gardiner Area High School (RSU 11) from 200 to 2010. From 2010 up to the present, Matthew is an Office Manager in Mid-Maine Landscape Construction.
Matthew Dineen has been given noteworthy awards, including September 2010 and January 2011 Employee of the Month in Mid-Maine Landscape Construction; 2009 Kennebec Journal Coach of the Year for both soccer and hockey; 2007 Kennebec Valley Athletic Association Coach of the Year for hockey; and 2007 Kennebec Journal Coach of the Year for hockey.