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California Baptist University, Riverside, Ca (Visual Arts)
My passion is for the fine arts. I am a visual arts and English studies student in Riverside working toward becoming a high school teacher. I tutored peers all throughout my high school experience and continually help my peers in college. Also, for the past two years and still currently, I voluntarily work with young adults through a local church's youth group. I hope to share my love for the arts and for learning!
I have been a Christian for quite some time and attend church twice a week, helping with our youth services and leading small groups.
I am a current art student and an individual artist. Ever since I could hold a pencil my love for art has grown. Creativity is essential and I love to have fun with it.
I would love to share my experience and knowledge of the arts with any students who wish to learn more about art or who wish to see what a future career in art may look like. Not only to I love to teach art, but my other interest is in reading and writing. I am willing to help you in the areas of language arts and English as well.
Please contact me for any further or specific information. I am flexible for summer sessions and am eager to help in any way I can. My passion is for the fine arts. I am a visual arts and English studies student in Riverside working toward becoming a high school teacher. I tutored peers all throughout my high school experience and continually help my peers in college. Also, for the past two years and still currently, I
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