A teacher and computer professional, Esteban De Los Santos Lezama has spent more than two decades gaining a wide range of experience in technology and related fields. He possesses an extensive and multinational education in various fields. After studying to become an electronics technician in Uruguay, Esteban De Los Santos Lezama received a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from the University of the Republic in Montevideo. Pursuing further studies in Italy, he took a business administration course at Enrico Mattei School in Milan. Following his studies, he came to the United States to attend Washington State University where he earned a Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Design. Subsequently, he returned to the University of the Republic to gain a Bachelor of Computer Science. Most recently, York University in Ontario granted him a Bachelor of Education. Esteban De Los Santos Lezama's experience is equally varied. He was one of the founders of a contracting firm, Ibiza Constructions Ltd. He has worked as an electronics technician, freelance graphic designer, web designer and developer, programmer analyst, engineer, and a teacher. Throughout the years, he has served Canadian institutions such as the Hitech Institute, Seneca College, and the Bioinformatics Supercomputing Centre in Ontario, as well as numerous organizations in Uruguay, including the Industrial Design Center, ITM, and Seinco. He holds ATIO certification and has spent time translating Spanish and English texts. Currently, Esteban De Los Santos Lezama draws upon his technical and educational experience in his position as a teacher in Toronto, Ontario. There he teaches communications and computer technology and computer science courses. A member of professional organizations such as the Association for Computer Studies Educators and the Association of Translators and Interpreters of Ontario, he has also participated in numerous art exhibitions, including painting and graphic art presentations. In his spare time, he enjoys swimming, photography, bicycling, and traveling.
Jan 2007 - Present
Computer Science and Computer Technology
Has planned and taught most of the Communication Technology, Computer Science and Computer Technology courses.
Jan 2005 - Apr 2005
Contract Professor with Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology in the School of Civil Engineering Technology. Taught Computer Aided Drafting using Autocad from January to April.
Jan 2001 - Jan 2002
Taught Web design courses including HTML, CSS, forms, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Fireworks and Flash
Jul 1994 - Sep 1996
Industrial Design Center
Computer Lab Supervisor, Graphic Designer in the Research Department, and Computer Science and Computer Graphics Teacher. Translated technical materials from English and Italian into Spanish and vice versa.