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University of Alabama at Birmingham (Neuroscience)
I have been a tutor or teacher for most of my life. I started teaching when I was in middle school- I taught dance at a studio I attended. From there I tutored students at Mill Creek elementary in Spanish during high school. Once in college, I started volunteer tutoring for underprivileged youth. I currently tutor student-athletes at my university, UAB, during the school year.
Tutoring and teaching has always been a huge passion of mine. I'm very enthusiastic and friendly, and it's very important that my students feel comfortable around me. I love preparing activities and games that will make learning more exciting. Tutoring is such a rewarding experience. My favorite part is watching a student grow in both confidence and knowledge.
I got a 36 on both the reading and English portions of the ACT. I currently tutor English and Literature at my University.
Thank you for your consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you! I have been a tutor or teacher for most of my life. I started teaching when I was in middle school- I taught dance at a studio I attended. From there I tutored students at Mill Creek elementary in Spanish during high school. Once in college, I started volunteer tutoring for underprivileged
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