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BS La Salle University (SpeechLang Pathology)
University of South Florida (Master's)
I am currently working on the second year of my Master's degree in speech-language pathology at the University of South Florida. Previously, I completed my Bachelor of Science degree in speech-language pathology with a minor in psychology at La Salle University. I am especially skilled in the areas of English, reading, writing, grammar, spelling, etc. I love teaching and working with others. I am approachable and easygoing. I find my abilities to work with others to be one of my biggest assets in life. I promise to work with you in order for you to be able to achieve your ultimate goals.
I not only successfully completed but also excelled in all of my classes that dealt with language, reading, writing, English, grammar, etc. Writing has always been a strong suit of mine and I previously had a weekly column published in the Express Times (newspaper published in PA). I have loved to read since I was a child and continue to do it on a daily basis. I love to challenge myself and consider myself a lifelong learner.
I look forward to hearing from you regarding any kind of help you might possibly need. I believe I am the best possible fit for you and your tutoring needs. I am currently working on the second year of my Master's degree in speech-language pathology at the University of South Florida. Previously, I completed my Bachelor of Science
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