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I was a double major in Political Science and Spanish at Denison University in Granville, Ohio. I became interested in education, so I applied to Teach For America. In 2014, I was selected to become a Corp Member. I am now finishing up my second year as a 2nd grade teacher in Phoenix, Arizona. I have experience teaching and tutoring.
My interests include sculpture and art, hiking, traveling, and writing. I am motivated to teach because I become enthusiastic when seeings students grow exponentially in a subject area. I am an advocate for students and believe every student has a a strength to share with the world. I love to tutor because there are not many distractions like there are in classrooms and the tutor and student have a better chance of focusing on key areas of improvement.
I studied abroad in Granada, Spain and studied Spanish at an intensive, immersion summer program at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont. There, I signed a pledge to only read, write, and speak in Spanish for seven weeks. These two experiences has enabled me to learn and communicate with a multitude of people and understand their cultures.
Please contact me to learn more and to schedule lessons. I was a double major in Political Science and Spanish at Denison University in Granville, Ohio. I became interested in education, so I applied to Teach For America. In 2014, I was selected to become a Corp Member.
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