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University of Colorado (English and Political Science)
Front Range Community College (Other)
I have been writing, in one form or another, since I was eight. I believe fully in the power of words and persuasiveness of the right phrase. At a time when a lot of students are developing bad writing habits with online and texting lingo, I will help them become proficient at communicating ideas in a strong and constructive manner.
My past experiences with tutoring are helping teach my sister (10 years my junior) effective study habits and helping a dyslexic 7th grader catch up to her peers in reading, writing and math. At CU, I am active in leading study groups and writing workshops. I was also an editor for Cultural Currents Magazine - a campus publication.
A little about me: I graduated from the University of Colorado with a double major in English and Political Science. I work as a paramedic in Denver. In my spare time I write fiction and sometimes manage to sell it. I also practice Brazilian jiu jitsu and have taught some of the children's classes at my academy. I also love camping and hiking in the Rockies (weather permitting). I have been writing, in one form or another, since I was eight. I believe fully in the power of words and persuasiveness of the right phrase. At a time when a lot of students are developing bad writing habits with online and texting lingo, I will help them become proficient at communicating
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