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Claire L.

Patient and Creative Tutor with Prior Experience and Stellar Education

Patient and Creative Tutor with Prior Experience and Stellar Education

$40/hour

  • 129 hours tutoring

About Claire


Bio

I am a Coloradoan who recently relocated to San Diego from the Tidewater area of Virginia. A homeschooler as a child, I've spent time in home school, public, and private education. In high school, I tutored middle school students in reading and comprehension several days a week. As a college student, I worked with underprivileged ESL students in an afterschool program that helped them with their homework and typing schools while providing a fun, safe, and stimulating environment. (I was also...

I am a Coloradoan who recently relocated to San Diego from the Tidewater area of Virginia. A homeschooler as a child, I've spent time in home school, public, and private education. In high school, I tutored middle school students in reading and comprehension several days a week. As a college student, I worked with underprivileged ESL students in an afterschool program that helped them with their homework and typing schools while providing a fun, safe, and stimulating environment. (I was also the only person on staff who spoke Spanish, making me a de facto interpreter.) In undergraduate and graduate studies, I often edited my classmates' papers and provided mentorship for their graduate projects.

I greatly enjoy learning from my students and mentees; providing a place for feedback from students who are struggling, and sharing my passion for reading, literature, and political science. An accomplished writer and political analyst, I am firmly of the opinion that education is one of life's most precious gifts and am privileged to help others learn.

An early and lifelong reader and writer, I have been a reading tutor in both high school and college for middle school students. My most recent job as an Administrative Analyst at a public library in Southeast Virginia also was instrumental in equipping me to help children connect with reading comprehension appropriate literature and help them utilize different techniques to help them overcome difficulties with comprehension or boredom. As well, I also spent my college days immersed in the works of Shakespeare; examining the four waves of feminist ideologies in literature; exploring society and spectacle during the First World War through the works of Wittgenstein. I can provide sophisticated comprehension and prompts for the more mature student as well as helping younger students find appropriate literature and reading selections.

I have a Master's Degree from the prestigious Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver in International Studies, where I focused on both Comparative and International Politics with emphases in Intelligence, Security, Global Health, and Professional Communications. I also have a B.A. from Regis University, where coursework in History, U.S. Government, and International Politics were part of my degree work (I was even interviewed on Denver News about my World War II history seminar!). Additionally, I interned for the House of Representatives at the Colorado State Legislature; worked as a research analyst for the National Conference of State Legislatures, and was a high school representative to D.C. for a conference on Defense, Intelligence, and Diplomacy, as well as organizing my district's "Meet the Candidate's" night and being the first sophomore to take - and pass! - A.P. U.S. history, scoring a 4 on the exam. I have excellent educational credentials, a lifelong love of learning, and a passion to help others learn.

I love to open the world of history, government and politics, and social studies to students of all ages and levels; it truly is one of my great loves in life. I'm an avid reader and a fantastic writer; a theater nerd - I love to bring history, politics, government, and social studies to life and show its impact in a myriad of ways...whether diagramming the different systems of government or following a bill from start to finish or impersonating a historical figure, however I can make the subject come alive, I'm happy to pursue it.

A NOTE ON POLICIES:

Unfortunately, I do not tutor at home, but am happy to tutor online. I abide by all Academic Honesty policies set up by each school and policies set up by Wyzant, including that all tutoring of minors MUST have a parent in the room.

Cancellation requires a 3 hour notice, or the full amount will be charged. If a student is more than 15 minutes late to an online lesson, the lesson will be cancelled and the amount for the pre-agreed upon time will be charged in full.


Education

Regis University
Politics
Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver, Denver, CO
Masters

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Business

Microsoft PowerPoint,

Microsoft PowerPoint

As a student in International Studies, PowerPoint became the ad nauseum method of teaching. I quickly learned that there are excellent PowerPoints and terrible ones - the difference is all in the design and the presentation! A great PowerPoint doesn't require reading off the slide; it requires the presenter to be fully engaged with the audience. As a lifelong public speaker/theater/forensics performer, this requires much more presentation, but a far better outcome. Consistency with fonts, colors, and remembering to include graphics are also helpful as well! Let me help you make the best presentation ever!
Public Speaking

Public Speaking

I spent 6 years performing competitive forensics and 8 years in theater and musicals. I also competed in Odyssey of the Mind as well as acted as judge for Model United Nations. I've given presentations in front of state legislators, press, and various public officials; hosted a "Meet the Candidates" night; and interviewed high-ranking officials for podcasts.Most recently, I've coached a Model UN student on public speaking and given feedback as a debate judge for Lincoln-Douglas debate.

Computer

Microsoft PowerPoint

Microsoft PowerPoint

As a student in International Studies, PowerPoint became the ad nauseum method of teaching. I quickly learned that there are excellent PowerPoints and terrible ones - the difference is all in the design and the presentation! A great PowerPoint doesn't require reading off the slide; it requires the presenter to be fully engaged with the audience. As a lifelong public speaker/theater/forensics performer, this requires much more presentation, but a far better outcome. Consistency with fonts, colors, and remembering to include graphics are also helpful as well! Let me help you make the best presentation ever!

Corporate Training

Microsoft PowerPoint,

Microsoft PowerPoint

As a student in International Studies, PowerPoint became the ad nauseum method of teaching. I quickly learned that there are excellent PowerPoints and terrible ones - the difference is all in the design and the presentation! A great PowerPoint doesn't require reading off the slide; it requires the presenter to be fully engaged with the audience. As a lifelong public speaker/theater/forensics performer, this requires much more presentation, but a far better outcome. Consistency with fonts, colors, and remembering to include graphics are also helpful as well! Let me help you make the best presentation ever!
Proofreading,

Proofreading

I have been a reading and writing tutor in both high school and college for middle school students. I also scored 5s (perfect scores) on my AP English and AP English Literature exams, as well as a 6 (perfect score) on my GRE writing sample. In undergraduate and graduate studies, I often edited my classmates' papers and provided mentorship for their graduate projects. At work, I edited professional collateral, such as grant proposals and end of year reports for Trustees; wrote articles for publication; and my research findings have been published in such esteemed periodicals as The Wall Street Journal and Vice. Let me take a look at your writing - I can make it better!
Public Speaking

Public Speaking

I spent 6 years performing competitive forensics and 8 years in theater and musicals. I also competed in Odyssey of the Mind as well as acted as judge for Model United Nations. I've given presentations in front of state legislators, press, and various public officials; hosted a "Meet the Candidates" night; and interviewed high-ranking officials for podcasts.Most recently, I've coached a Model UN student on public speaking and given feedback as a debate judge for Lincoln-Douglas debate.

Elementary Education

Homeschool,

Homeschool

As a homeschooler myself, I understand the unique needs and challenges faced by homeschooled students, parents, and the homeschooling community. Often, homeschoolers outpace their public school peers and have an independence and self sufficiency in the classroom rarely found in ones so young. As a tutor, I am delighted to work with students who are eager to go above and beyond their grade; to delve into more complex but age appropriate material. As a former librarian, I am also able to help parents find resources available outside of the curriculum (if necessary) to help their child succeed. I understand firsthand the particular nature of homeschooling, and it is a area of teaching that I love and support fully.
Reading,

Reading

A lifelong reader, I was taught to read in homeschool. I've tutored middle schoolers in reading and reading comprehension, and worked in an ESL after-school program in college that helped provide homework assistance to elementary and middle schoolers in a safe and stimulating environment.
Spelling,

Spelling

I have been a reading and writing tutor in both high school and college for middle school students. I also scored 5s (perfect scores) on my AP English and AP English Literature exams, as well as a 6 (perfect score) on my GRE writing sample. In undergraduate and graduate studies, I often edited my classmates' papers and provided mentorship for their graduate projects. At work, I edited professional publications, wrote articles for publication, and my research findings have been published in such esteemed periodicals as The Wall Street Journal and Vice.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

Study skills can be difficult to master, but not impossible! As a student on academic scholarship in both undergraduate and graduate school where I graduated with honors from both programs, strong study habits made all the difference. I encourage a variety of techniques, from the Pomodoro Method to color coding to specialized note taking. Each student responds differently, so I try to customize study skills to their needs. It can take a few weeks to turn things around, but with dedication, it can be done!
Vocabulary

Vocabulary

As an accomplished writer and political analyst, I have been a reading and writing tutor in both high school and college for middle school students. I also scored 5s (perfect scores) on my AP English and AP English Literature exams, as well as a 6 (perfect score) on my GRE writing sample. In undergraduate and graduate studies, I often edited my classmates' papers and provided mentorship for their graduate projects. I also spent my college days immersed in the works of Shakespeare; examining the four waves of feminist ideologies in literature; exploring society and spectacle during the First World War through the works of Wittgenstein. At work, I edited professional publications, wrote articles for publication, and my research findings have been published in such esteemed periodicals as The Wall Street Journal and Vice.

English

English,

English

I regularly tutor students in English/Literature/Language Arts at a variety of levels. Having worked as a librarian, the mere exposure to books is one of the best things that you can do for your child! A fan of Wittgenstein, I agree that words are imperfect, but all that we have; therefore, it is imperative to learn the best ways to communicate in order to express ourselves. Excellent reading and writing, along with word comprehension and vocabulary, are pillars for success, and I love helping students learn and grow in these areas, as well as recommending books and articles on subjects that they love in order to grow their literary interests.
Literature,

Literature

A life-long literature lover, I spent my time at Regis University taking as many Literature classes as I could (my favorite was a class on Shakespeare!). At the same time, Regis's renowned, intensive seminar classes, taken every year, turned literature from merely a childhood love into a passion - learning to not only read, but analyze, edit, proofread, write - turned me into a master of the written word. All the while, I worked in the library, constantly exposed to classics and new literature, but my education became foundational to my experience as an editor for grant proposals; a writer of cover articles for magazines; and a researcher whose findings were published in periodicals such as the Wall Street Journal and Vice. Literature is far more than reading; let me show you how to get the most from your book!
Proofreading,

Proofreading

I have been a reading and writing tutor in both high school and college for middle school students. I also scored 5s (perfect scores) on my AP English and AP English Literature exams, as well as a 6 (perfect score) on my GRE writing sample. In undergraduate and graduate studies, I often edited my classmates' papers and provided mentorship for their graduate projects. At work, I edited professional collateral, such as grant proposals and end of year reports for Trustees; wrote articles for publication; and my research findings have been published in such esteemed periodicals as The Wall Street Journal and Vice. Let me take a look at your writing - I can make it better!
Public Speaking,

Public Speaking

I spent 6 years performing competitive forensics and 8 years in theater and musicals. I also competed in Odyssey of the Mind as well as acted as judge for Model United Nations. I've given presentations in front of state legislators, press, and various public officials; hosted a "Meet the Candidates" night; and interviewed high-ranking officials for podcasts.Most recently, I've coached a Model UN student on public speaking and given feedback as a debate judge for Lincoln-Douglas debate.
Reading,

Reading

A lifelong reader, I was taught to read in homeschool. I've tutored middle schoolers in reading and reading comprehension, and worked in an ESL after-school program in college that helped provide homework assistance to elementary and middle schoolers in a safe and stimulating environment.
Spelling,

Spelling

I have been a reading and writing tutor in both high school and college for middle school students. I also scored 5s (perfect scores) on my AP English and AP English Literature exams, as well as a 6 (perfect score) on my GRE writing sample. In undergraduate and graduate studies, I often edited my classmates' papers and provided mentorship for their graduate projects. At work, I edited professional publications, wrote articles for publication, and my research findings have been published in such esteemed periodicals as The Wall Street Journal and Vice.
Vocabulary,

Vocabulary

As an accomplished writer and political analyst, I have been a reading and writing tutor in both high school and college for middle school students. I also scored 5s (perfect scores) on my AP English and AP English Literature exams, as well as a 6 (perfect score) on my GRE writing sample. In undergraduate and graduate studies, I often edited my classmates' papers and provided mentorship for their graduate projects. I also spent my college days immersed in the works of Shakespeare; examining the four waves of feminist ideologies in literature; exploring society and spectacle during the First World War through the works of Wittgenstein. At work, I edited professional publications, wrote articles for publication, and my research findings have been published in such esteemed periodicals as The Wall Street Journal and Vice.
Writing

Writing

As an accomplished writer and political analyst, I am firmly of the opinion that education is one of life's most precious gifts and am privileged to help others learn. I have been a reading and writing tutor in both high school and college for middle school students. I also scored 5s (perfect scores) on my AP English and AP English Literature exams, as well as a 6 (perfect score) on my GRE writing sample. In undergraduate and graduate studies, I often edited my classmates' papers and provided mentorship for their graduate projects. I also spent my college days immersed in the works of Shakespeare; examining the four waves of feminist ideologies in literature; exploring society and spectacle during the First World War through the works of Wittgenstein. At work, I edited professional publications, wrote articles for publication, and my research findings have been published in such esteemed periodicals as The Wall Street Journal and Vice.

History

American History,

American History

I skipped US History in high school and moved directly into AP US History after several weeks - the first sophomore ever at my high school to do so, as US History was not offered to freshmen. I went on to pass the AP US History test with a 4. As a Politics major at Regis University (where I graduated with honors), our World War II Seminar was the focus on a 9News segment and I was handpicked out of our seminar class to be interviewed on television. History is an integral part of my undergraduate politics degree and my gradate international relations degree. As well as tutoring directly in US History, I also read it for fun and work in it to coach Model UN students at a high school level.
Bible Studies,

Bible Studies

I have attended Bible Study Fellowship since I was a child and have completed almost all of the studies. As well, I was a leader for part of the 2011 year. As well, I have completed other Bible studies on my own and worked at Denver Seminary for several years as an Assistant to the President and married a Chaplain candidate.
European History,

European History

I have a BA with honors from Regis University and a MA in International Studies from the prestigious Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver. My background is very strong in European history and current affairs, and I have tutored others in European government and currently tutor graduate students in international affairs. As well, I've worked with Model UN students using my extensive European history knowledge to prepare for their conferences. I love history, and love to help people learn it - using fun examples and stories! (I even study it for fun on my own!)
Geography,

Geography

With a BA in Politics and a MA in International Studies from one of the nation's most elite schools, geography is a foundational piece of my education. Knowing not only the physical but political geography of a country or region is one of the most important life skills to have - it comes up in friendships, in business, and even in food! Learning geography opens students' eyes to the world in a very real way - to see that despite borders, we are more similar than we are different, and yet our differences are ones to be learned about respectfully and with dignity. It's a passion of mine to pass this knowledge to other students!
Government & Politics,

Government & Politics

I graduated with honors from Regis University with a B.A. in Politics and with magna cum laude honors from the prestigious Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver (named for former Secretary of State Madeline Albright's father; she and former Secretary of State Condeleeza Rice are both alumnae of the school). There, I studied International Studies, with concentrations in both International and Comparative Politics and graduated with emphases in Intelligence, Security, Global Health, and Professional Communications.
Political Science,

Political Science

I've interned for the Colorado House of Representatives and worked as a Research Analyst for the National Conference of State Legislatures in the Energy, Environment, and Transportation Division, providing bipartisan research for all 50 states and U.S. territories. I was a subject expert on over 30 issues and also worked on the Nuclear Legislative Working Group, which was a bipartisan committee of state legislators working with the DOE and other stakeholder on the issue of cleanup of the defense nuclear sites.
Social Studies,

Social Studies

I love to open the world of history, government and politics, and social studies to students of all ages and levels. I'm an avid reader and a published writer - my research has been cited in esteemed periodicals such as the Wall Street Journal - and I'm able to help students in a holistic mannter: to understand, analyze, and write/report about social studies. I love bringing all the aspects of social studies - culture, history, politics, government - to life and show its impact in a myriad of ways...whether diagramming the different systems of government or following a bill from start to finish or impersonating a historical figure, however I can make the subject come alive, I'm happy to pursue it.
World History

World History

I love to open the world of history, government and politics, and social studies to students of all ages and levels; it truly is one of my great loves in life. I'm an avid reader and a fantastic writer; a theater nerd - I love to bring history, politics, government, and social studies to life and show its impact in a myriad of ways...whether diagramming the different systems of government or following a bill from start to finish or impersonating a historical figure, however I can make the subject come alive, I'm happy to pursue it.

Homeschool

English,

English

I regularly tutor students in English/Literature/Language Arts at a variety of levels. Having worked as a librarian, the mere exposure to books is one of the best things that you can do for your child! A fan of Wittgenstein, I agree that words are imperfect, but all that we have; therefore, it is imperative to learn the best ways to communicate in order to express ourselves. Excellent reading and writing, along with word comprehension and vocabulary, are pillars for success, and I love helping students learn and grow in these areas, as well as recommending books and articles on subjects that they love in order to grow their literary interests.
Reading,

Reading

A lifelong reader, I was taught to read in homeschool. I've tutored middle schoolers in reading and reading comprehension, and worked in an ESL after-school program in college that helped provide homework assistance to elementary and middle schoolers in a safe and stimulating environment.
Spelling,

Spelling

I have been a reading and writing tutor in both high school and college for middle school students. I also scored 5s (perfect scores) on my AP English and AP English Literature exams, as well as a 6 (perfect score) on my GRE writing sample. In undergraduate and graduate studies, I often edited my classmates' papers and provided mentorship for their graduate projects. At work, I edited professional publications, wrote articles for publication, and my research findings have been published in such esteemed periodicals as The Wall Street Journal and Vice.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

Study skills can be difficult to master, but not impossible! As a student on academic scholarship in both undergraduate and graduate school where I graduated with honors from both programs, strong study habits made all the difference. I encourage a variety of techniques, from the Pomodoro Method to color coding to specialized note taking. Each student responds differently, so I try to customize study skills to their needs. It can take a few weeks to turn things around, but with dedication, it can be done!
Writing

Writing

As an accomplished writer and political analyst, I am firmly of the opinion that education is one of life's most precious gifts and am privileged to help others learn. I have been a reading and writing tutor in both high school and college for middle school students. I also scored 5s (perfect scores) on my AP English and AP English Literature exams, as well as a 6 (perfect score) on my GRE writing sample. In undergraduate and graduate studies, I often edited my classmates' papers and provided mentorship for their graduate projects. I also spent my college days immersed in the works of Shakespeare; examining the four waves of feminist ideologies in literature; exploring society and spectacle during the First World War through the works of Wittgenstein. At work, I edited professional publications, wrote articles for publication, and my research findings have been published in such esteemed periodicals as The Wall Street Journal and Vice.

Most Popular

English,

English

I regularly tutor students in English/Literature/Language Arts at a variety of levels. Having worked as a librarian, the mere exposure to books is one of the best things that you can do for your child! A fan of Wittgenstein, I agree that words are imperfect, but all that we have; therefore, it is imperative to learn the best ways to communicate in order to express ourselves. Excellent reading and writing, along with word comprehension and vocabulary, are pillars for success, and I love helping students learn and grow in these areas, as well as recommending books and articles on subjects that they love in order to grow their literary interests.
Reading,

Reading

A lifelong reader, I was taught to read in homeschool. I've tutored middle schoolers in reading and reading comprehension, and worked in an ESL after-school program in college that helped provide homework assistance to elementary and middle schoolers in a safe and stimulating environment.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

Study skills can be difficult to master, but not impossible! As a student on academic scholarship in both undergraduate and graduate school where I graduated with honors from both programs, strong study habits made all the difference. I encourage a variety of techniques, from the Pomodoro Method to color coding to specialized note taking. Each student responds differently, so I try to customize study skills to their needs. It can take a few weeks to turn things around, but with dedication, it can be done!
Writing

Writing

As an accomplished writer and political analyst, I am firmly of the opinion that education is one of life's most precious gifts and am privileged to help others learn. I have been a reading and writing tutor in both high school and college for middle school students. I also scored 5s (perfect scores) on my AP English and AP English Literature exams, as well as a 6 (perfect score) on my GRE writing sample. In undergraduate and graduate studies, I often edited my classmates' papers and provided mentorship for their graduate projects. I also spent my college days immersed in the works of Shakespeare; examining the four waves of feminist ideologies in literature; exploring society and spectacle during the First World War through the works of Wittgenstein. At work, I edited professional publications, wrote articles for publication, and my research findings have been published in such esteemed periodicals as The Wall Street Journal and Vice.

Other

Bible Studies,

Bible Studies

I have attended Bible Study Fellowship since I was a child and have completed almost all of the studies. As well, I was a leader for part of the 2011 year. As well, I have completed other Bible studies on my own and worked at Denver Seminary for several years as an Assistant to the President and married a Chaplain candidate.
Geography,

Geography

With a BA in Politics and a MA in International Studies from one of the nation's most elite schools, geography is a foundational piece of my education. Knowing not only the physical but political geography of a country or region is one of the most important life skills to have - it comes up in friendships, in business, and even in food! Learning geography opens students' eyes to the world in a very real way - to see that despite borders, we are more similar than we are different, and yet our differences are ones to be learned about respectfully and with dignity. It's a passion of mine to pass this knowledge to other students!
Government & Politics,

Government & Politics

I graduated with honors from Regis University with a B.A. in Politics and with magna cum laude honors from the prestigious Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver (named for former Secretary of State Madeline Albright's father; she and former Secretary of State Condeleeza Rice are both alumnae of the school). There, I studied International Studies, with concentrations in both International and Comparative Politics and graduated with emphases in Intelligence, Security, Global Health, and Professional Communications.
Study Skills

Study Skills

Study skills can be difficult to master, but not impossible! As a student on academic scholarship in both undergraduate and graduate school where I graduated with honors from both programs, strong study habits made all the difference. I encourage a variety of techniques, from the Pomodoro Method to color coding to specialized note taking. Each student responds differently, so I try to customize study skills to their needs. It can take a few weeks to turn things around, but with dedication, it can be done!

Science

Nutrition

Nutrition

As a nursing/international double major in undergrad, my nutrition class was my very favorite of all of my classes. In an elite graduate school of international studies, I emphasized in global health. Nutrition is one of the bases upon which health is built, and the understanding of good nutrition, especially for oneself, provides the basis of understanding for some of the large-scale political problems that plague the world.

Special Needs

Study Skills

Study Skills

Study skills can be difficult to master, but not impossible! As a student on academic scholarship in both undergraduate and graduate school where I graduated with honors from both programs, strong study habits made all the difference. I encourage a variety of techniques, from the Pomodoro Method to color coding to specialized note taking. Each student responds differently, so I try to customize study skills to their needs. It can take a few weeks to turn things around, but with dedication, it can be done!

Sports/Recreation

Nutrition

Nutrition

As a nursing/international double major in undergrad, my nutrition class was my very favorite of all of my classes. In an elite graduate school of international studies, I emphasized in global health. Nutrition is one of the bases upon which health is built, and the understanding of good nutrition, especially for oneself, provides the basis of understanding for some of the large-scale political problems that plague the world.

Summer

Reading,

Reading

A lifelong reader, I was taught to read in homeschool. I've tutored middle schoolers in reading and reading comprehension, and worked in an ESL after-school program in college that helped provide homework assistance to elementary and middle schoolers in a safe and stimulating environment.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

Study skills can be difficult to master, but not impossible! As a student on academic scholarship in both undergraduate and graduate school where I graduated with honors from both programs, strong study habits made all the difference. I encourage a variety of techniques, from the Pomodoro Method to color coding to specialized note taking. Each student responds differently, so I try to customize study skills to their needs. It can take a few weeks to turn things around, but with dedication, it can be done!
Writing

Writing

As an accomplished writer and political analyst, I am firmly of the opinion that education is one of life's most precious gifts and am privileged to help others learn. I have been a reading and writing tutor in both high school and college for middle school students. I also scored 5s (perfect scores) on my AP English and AP English Literature exams, as well as a 6 (perfect score) on my GRE writing sample. In undergraduate and graduate studies, I often edited my classmates' papers and provided mentorship for their graduate projects. I also spent my college days immersed in the works of Shakespeare; examining the four waves of feminist ideologies in literature; exploring society and spectacle during the First World War through the works of Wittgenstein. At work, I edited professional publications, wrote articles for publication, and my research findings have been published in such esteemed periodicals as The Wall Street Journal and Vice.

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Knowledgeable, patient, encouraging...

Claire on very short notice accommodated a first session with my daughter for an upcoming exam. She reviewed her written work and assignments, provided valuable comments and excellent feedback. More importantly she managed to re-instill my daughter's confidence in her writing. Claire is wonderful!

Vick, 2 lessons with Claire

Knowledgeable and patient tutor

Claire and I discussed the speech I am making in May. She gave me much information to tweak my speech and give it a greater impact. She will edit it and give suggestions regarding pausing and delivery. she is great. We have another lesson next Tuesday.

Helen, 5 lessons with Claire

Knowledgeable and Caring Tutor

Claire is an outstanding Political Science tutor; but, her extensive knowledge about Political Theory sets her apart from other tutors. She worked with my son over an entire semester and the expertise lent to each of his assignments were invaluable. Trying to find a tutor that is reliable, dedicated, and caring is a huge feat; but, Claire made this process less complicated resulting in successful outcomes.

Felicia, 6 lessons with Claire
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