Lincoln Univeristy (Mass Communications)
I am an alum of Lincoln University where I graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Mass Communications, doubling majoring in Print and Broadcast Journalism. My expertise is in writing, as I have previously worked as a staff reporter with Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Tribune, Roanoke Times and was the editor-in-chief of Lincoln University's student newspaper The Lincolnian.
I tutored other college students while attending Lincoln University. However, before college I also tutored my fellow peers in High School and elementary students in basic math, reading and writing. Additionally, I have a developmentally delayed sister that I helped while in school.
I love seeing the "Ah-Ha" moment when students comprehend what they may have been struggling with. I am very patient with my students and am always determined to work with them until they get it.
Throughout college and high school I excelled in writing. While in college and high school, in addition to editing other students work for the school newspaper, I would help edit and lend advice and council to other students to better their writing skills. To this day I still help my fellow co-workers, friends and family to edit their work including resumes and other writing submissions.
As a leader in my community, being involved in several community service organizations, and a leader in school, I learned first hand what it took to be well-spoken and to have the confidence to speak in front of others and the importance of having good communication skills.
I am a natural born leader and truly enjoy helping those around me to excel. From elementary school to high school, I understood the importance of excellence concerning education and want to pass that on along with my skills to younger generations.
Be sure to contact me today, not just for your educational needs, but also to receive the encourage and confidence that every student deserves. I am an alum of Lincoln University where I graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Mass Communications, doubling majoring in Print and Broadcast Journalism. My expertise is in writing, as I have previously worked as a staff
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