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City College of San Francisco
Hello all! I am a 25 year old college student currently attending City College of San Francisco. It is my summer break and I am looking to stay busy and help as many people as I can along the way. I am a psychology major with hopes of transferring to a California University within the next 18 months. I had what some would call a late start on college, due to my tour of duty in the United States Marine Corp, from 2005-2009. I graduated high school in 2004 completing algebra 2 in the process. I received a grade of no lower than a B during my time taking Algebra, Geometry and Algebra 2. Also, during my freshman year I was approached by the president of the school Algebra team and asked to join, to which I declined. As a child I grew-up with a Boy's and Girl's Club as my second home. It was there I learned the rules and more importantly the respect for games and sports alike. I was raised to be fair and to always have sportsmanship as one of the most important factors in competition. I played all sports and became proficient in the games of basketball, football, soccer, and many other sports that do not professional leagues, (i.e. dodge ball, kickball, Frisbee football, archery, and many more games I was introduced to during my time at the B&G's Club.) I can offer one on one coaching or team training as needed and am ready for a challenge. I hope I can be of assistance to many of you and hope to hear from you soon!
Hello all! I am a 25 year old college student currently attending City College of San Francisco. It is my summer break and I am looking to stay busy and help as many people as I can along the way. I am a psychology major with hopes of transferring to a California University within the
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