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University of Oklahoma (English)
Texas A&M School of Law (J.D.)
My family and I recently relocated to Jacksonville under military orders. My husband is active duty Navy. I am currently a stay at home mom to our 1 year old and am looking for part time work doing something I'm passionate about, teaching. I absolutely love reading and writing and am confident I can improve any students performance and hopefully also spark their interest in these areas.
I have a bachelors degree in English from the University of Oklahoma where I also was a part of the English Honors Society. I went on to attend law school at Texas A&M School of Law where I fine tuned my reading and writing techniques. During my final year at law school, I was chosen by the faculty to be an editor on the Law Journal. I worked with 13 students to brainstorm, draft, and perfect their articles for publication.
Feel free to contact me with any questions. I would love to chat with you to see if I could be a good fit for aiding in your academic needs. My family and I recently relocated to Jacksonville under military orders. My husband is active duty Navy. I am currently a stay at home mom to our 1 year old and am looking for part time work doing something I'm passionate about, teaching. I absolutely love reading and … Read more
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