Barnard College of Columbia University (English)
USC Annenberg (Master's)
I'm a freelance journalist living in the Beverlywood area and I'm looking to do a bit of tutoring. I have a master's degree in Journalism and a bachelor's degree in English, so I am well-educated when it comes to all matters of reading and writing, and I've always loved the written word. I also have experience tutoring in lower grade Math, and can pitch in for Science, History and Spanish. I specialize in essay-writing, so I'm always looking for students who would like help with that in particular. In addition, I studied in Israel for a year and took Hebrew all throughout my Jewish day school days (kindergarten through 12th grade).
I've done a bunch of tutoring out east in my hometown in New Jersey, and I really enjoy working through problems with students and watching understanding dawn as they learn to work through questions on their own. I spent a lot of time as a camp counselor as well, and one of my most affirming experiences was interacting with the kids and helping them to grow. Even though school was out, there's always a lot to learn!
Feel free to reach out with any questions! I'm a freelance journalist living in the Beverlywood area and I'm looking to do a bit of tutoring. I have a master's degree in Journalism and a bachelor's degree in English, so I am well-educated when it comes to all matters of
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