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Richard Stockton College of NJ (Anthrpology-Socy)
I'm young, ambitious and love to work with children. I come from a household of 3 brothers with me being the middle child. I am compassionate and love helping others and watching them succeed. I am married with 3 wonderful children! I currently coach soccer at the Tri Lakes YMCA and have been doing so the past 3 seasons. I graduated from College in Southern New Jersey at Richard Stockton College of NJ with a degree in both Anthropology and Sociology. I love to think outside the box, I am an analyzer and problem solver. Math is my favorite subject although I do sports writing full time and have my own NFL blogging website. In my spare time I love to play the drums (16+ years exp), exercise, write, coach and teach! The majority of people I know would say they love to be around me because I'm always upbeat, courteous and just fun to be around. My goal is to help others succeed and I truly believe that I can make a positive impact in your child's life!
I'm young, ambitious and love to work with children. I come from a household of 3 brothers with me being the middle child. I am compassionate and love helping others and watching them succeed. I am married with 3 wonderful children! I currently coach soccer at the Tri Lakes YMCA and have
Phil, has been the perfect fit for our son who needed extra help with Algebra. Phil went the extra mile trying to work with the school to make certain they were covering the same material at the same time. He was one of our son's biggest advocates and his biggest inspiration. I would highly recommend Phil to anyone.
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