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University of St. Thomas
Hi! My name is Priscilla and I am a college graduate. I received my Bachelor's of Arts in 2014. I majored in Criminal Justice and minored in Sociology. I have been tutoring since I was in middle school. I was a volunteer tutor in an after-school program where I worked with elementary school-aged students. My favorite subjects are English and math. During my Freshman year in college, I tutored children who were enrolled in a tutor/mentor program in Fresno, CA. After I moved to Minnesota, I became a volunteer ESL instructor for a Hmong non-profit organization. I worked with Hmong people who recently immigrated to America. Later on, I became an Assistant Youth Coordinator for a non-profit organization. As an Assistant Youth Coordinator, I created lesson plans and was in charge of the tutor program for a low-income community. I worked one-on-one with children and was in charge of supervising the adult tutors in the program.
What I love most about tutoring is that I am able to help others. It's the greatest feeling in the world knowing that I can make a difference in someone else's life. I understand that everyone learns differently, and I enjoy figuring out what method is the best for each individual.
I am excited to help you with whatever you need!
Hi! My name is Priscilla and I am a college graduate. I received my Bachelor's of Arts in 2014. I majored in Criminal Justice and minored in Sociology. I have been tutoring since I was in middle school. I was a
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