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Metropolitan State University of Denver (Spanish)
As part of my college degree in Spanish, I lived abroad in Mexico and Costa Rica. I have translated multiple employee handbooks from English to Spanish in my Human Resources career.
If you're struggling in your high school or college Spanish class, I can help! I look forward to sharing my skills and patience while helping you accomplish your goals! As part of my college degree in Spanish, I lived abroad in Mexico and Costa Rica. I have translated multiple employee handbooks from English to Spanish in my Human Resources career.
If you're struggling in your high school
Stacy works with my high school son in Spanish. He is a bit dyslexic, so was having a particularly hard time with written tests. Stacy has done a good job of not only teaching my son Spanish but also helping him to get organized on how to study for a foreign language. She also seems to make it fun for him; he never complains about meeting her to study.
Great tutor, very patient, knowledgable. She connects well with students. Extremely pleasant to work with, easy to get ahold of responds quickly to text.
Stacy is always prepared and ready to help me get through my tenses in Spanish III. She makes it easy to understand and remember the concepts. I couldn't pass this class without her help!
Stacy was great. She was patient and eager to help my daughter through her Spanish class. We met up at the library in one of their study rooms. They were able to study in a quiet setting and the room had a white board that came in handy for practicing vocab and sentence writing. Thank you Stacy!
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