I am originally a French native speaker, and I completed 22 years of studies within the French language and educational system framework. I am professionally a French teacher: I taught French in high school for six years; I taught private French classes in Spain for two years to Spanish students and workers. I tutored a High school student, who took French II and successfully completed the level with an A+: 93. Currently, I am tutoring an Air France worker. I have experience teaching French to beginners. Knowing French, my primary language, Spanish, and English, I know the difference between these three languages; I also know the basic needs for Spanish and English native speakers likely to help them quickly learning French. Besides, I wrote three Thesis (or Dissertations) in French: the one related to BA studies in Theology, those related to the MA in Philosophy (completed in Spain) and the MA in Moral Theology. Currently, I am focusing on getting a French teaching position be in college be in high school or middle school.
My career goal fundamentally consists of putting in service of humankind my skills based upon my educational background and my professional experience as well as my languages skills. Indeed, I hold four university degrees, two Master’s and two Bachelor’s degrees respectively in Philosophy and Ethics, and I am proficient in seven languages: French, Spanish, English, and four African languages. As a matter of fact, after graduating from High School, I completed a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy (Marien Ngouabi University of Brazzaville, Congo Republic), and then a Bachelor’s degree in Theology as well as a Master’s degree in Ethics or Moral Theology (Catholic University of Kinshasa, DRC). After having taught Philosophy, Religion, and French in High School for six years, I completed a second Master’s degree in Philosophy (Catholic University of Navarre in Pamplona) in SPAIN, where I taught French to Spanish students and workers. In the Catholic University of Navarre (Spain), I also worked as a philosophical articles translator from Spanish to French. In addition to having written several Philosophical research papers, I wrote a Master’s degree Philosophical Thesis entitled “Concrete Philosophy and Peace”: inspired by a French existential Philosopher, Gabriel Marcel, I thought about the conditions of possibility by which an everlasting peace is likely to be established; my approach was anthropological and existential. Furthermore, In addition to having studied British English for more than seven years, I studied American English for more than seven years too, and I did so in several schools: Instruction and Consulting, Georgia Tech Language Institute, the Atlanta English Institute, Georgia State University, and Kaplan Test Prep. As a result of my background, experience, and languages skills, my humanitarian and philanthropic commitment consists of providing assistance to whoever needs it in the following areas of my expertise: Philosophy, Ethics, Theology, Religion (classes, writing papers, articles, blogs, thesis, and so on) French, Spanish (classes, homework, translation and interpretation, writing papers, thesis, articles, and blogs, and so on), , English (vocabulary, papers, articles, blogs, and so on).
First of all, I completed a Bachelor's degree in theology, a Master's degree in Moral Theology. In the second place, I completed a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Philosophy. Then, I taught religion for a couple of years. I do have a great educational background with regard to religious studies. Therefore, I strongly believe that I can teach religion. In fact, Philosophical and Theological studies are strongly related to religion. I studied teaching skills or methods in order to become a religion teacher. I have experience of Seminary life and a strong pastoral experience.
I studied Spanish in Spain (Catholic University of Navarre in Pamplona – Spain), and I got certified in the Spanish language, especially "Castilian", "el castellano", Spanish as it is spoken in Spain (European Spanish), the source of the Spanish language. Indeed, in addition to having studied the language prior to Master's degree philosophical studies in Spanish, I did improve my academic Spanish by taking philosophical classes in Spanish and by studying with philosophical books in Spanish as well as by writing research papers in Spanish. What is more, I lived on campus with Spanish and Hispanic students; which made me practice my Spanish speaking and listening. As a result, I am proficient in Castilian Spanish, I also do know the difference between Castilian Spanish and Spanish has it is spoken in Latin America. Furthermore, I taught French to Spanish students and workers in Spain; I worked as translator of philosophical academic articles from Spanish to French, and those articles were published in collective books. I worked as Social Sciences specialist in the Spanish Basque country's hospital. I worked as Minister in several Spanish parishes in Spain. Currently, I am teaching Spanish to English native speaker children (6 and 8 year old ones) and to high school students; I am also teaching Spanish to a twenty year girl, who is a beginner. Last year I tutored a high school Spanish student, whose Spanish level was very low, and he successfully passed the subject. Moreover, I am working as Interpreter/Translator (Spanish/French/English) for World Services and Can Talk Canada; I am also working as bilingual (Spanish/English) brand ambassador for BMT Promotions and Talent.