When I was in high school I loved chemistry, but I ended up understanding/being good in math instead. I am very active in my church and I work mostly with teenagers, and actually, one of them was the one who started with the tutoring idea. Word to mouth told others that I stopped taking math courses after calculus 3, and that's when I became popular. Also, I was born and raised in Haiti where we speak, read and write French. I just love the way knowledge can bring you places (like getting the best jobs), get you to meet people (and you don't have to be called a geek) and make you feel good about yourself (whether you want to admit it or not) and very powerful too.
I got an associate degree in Computer Engineering Technology and a bachelor degree in Technical Management. My extra activity is in church and that's mostly where I spend time with my kids (50 of them - from 10 to 18 years old), and every time I see them then I decide how the classes are going to be, because I believe that life itself is moody and we should all go with the flow.
I love being of service and I hope my help is what you need!
When I was in high school I loved chemistry, but I ended up understanding/being good in math instead. I am very active in my church and I work mostly with teenagers, and actually, one of them was the one who started with the tutoring
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