Hello! My name is Chris, let me tell you a little bit about myself: I am currently a college student at Temple University studying Geography and Urban Studies, and will be graduating in the Spring.
I originally hail from Massachusetts and I have two brothers, one of them being an identical twin, two loving parents, and a dog. I love my family and friends. I have various interests ranging from all sports, to all types of music, all types of movies, books, and food. I have a knowledge of a little bit of everything and I love to share that knowledge! In terms of schooling and experience, I attended private high school in Massachusetts and wanted to get away to a city for college, so I chose Philly, where I knew there was a wealth of opportunity and a rich culture.
I decided Geography and Urban Studies was the major for me because of my personal love of geography, but also because I was interested in learning about the people and places around me. I consider myself to be an exceptional, hard working student, and I have a wealth of knowledge in a number of different subjects. I am a very ambitious person and I work hard for whatever is mine. I have held many jobs in different fields and positions, but most recently I worked as a mentor for a program at Temple mentoring Philadelphia high school students, teaching them about various topics and generally mentoring them about important issues and topics that arise in our world, and in the world of school and work.
I take pride in being able to relate to anyone and everyone, and I will work with any student, regardless of his or her background or disabilities, and I will work with them in order to help them reach their goals and guide them through their desired path. I consider myself an excellent role model, an excellent student that is proficient in all subjects, and a very easy person to get along with. As a tutor I will help students accomplish the learning that they desire and they will get their work done, but I will do it in a fun and engaging way and I will teach them things that they will not get to learn in a classroom.
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