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San Joaquin Delta College (Englush)
Hello, my name is Alex C., I am an English Major, who will be transferring to an accredited university in the Fall, and I have experience and skill in tutoring, publishing, and editing. I formerly worked for the San Joaquin Delta College Reading and Writing Center as a tutor. As an English tutor, I helped students reach their full potentials as latent intellectuals, as well as improve and build upon their reading and writing skills by teaching grammar mechanics, phonetics, as well as coherency and cohesiveness in writing. I have edited a few essay collections for the school, including Tributaries of Existence: Stories From English D Students, as well has been published in Delta Winds and Artifact Magazine.
I have taken aforementioned subjects in high school and college and have exceeded in all of them by receiving praise from my teachers, as well as A's in all of the classes. I am well-versed in many of the general ideas and concepts in these science branches and I am able to relay them to students eloquently and concisely.
As an English Major, I have a strong passion for reading and writing, and I want to share that love with others by helping them comprehend the beauty and the basics of both fields.
I am very approachable and friendly, so you may contact me by email or phone. Email is the best form to reach me, as I do have other responsibilities that might restrain me from taking your call immediately. Thank you for reading this and I look forward to meeting you. Hello, my name is Alex C., I am an English Major, who will be transferring to an accredited university in the Fall, and I have experience and skill in tutoring, publishing, and editing. I
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