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Roosevelt University (English)
Southern New Hampshire University (Master's)
Hello! My name is Ryan. I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and am currently working toward an MA in English and Creative Writing, with an expected graduation date of June 2017. I have a passion for English, writing, and education, and my goal has always been to teach at the post-secondary level.
With more than 10 years of professional writing, editing, and publishing experience, I have a strong command of the English language that allows me to tailor my teaching approach and methods to meet the individual needs of any student. I've been tutoring for about five years and truly enjoy interacting with others eager improve their writing, reading, and language skills. There is nothing more rewarding helping learners achieve their academic goals!
English, Literature, Grammar, Writing, Reading, Syntax, Editing, and Proofreading are my specialties. I am familiar with APA, MLA, and Chicago Manual of Style.
No matter what your English needs are, I am here to help! From basic composition and grammar to graduate theses, I will work with you, at your pace, to reach your goal. Hello! My name is Ryan. I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and am currently working toward an MA in English and Creative Writing, with an expected graduation date of June 2017. I have a passion for English, writing, and
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