Voorhees College (BS Sociology)
Capella University (Other)
My name is Kisha F., I received my high school education in Augusta, GA. I was born and raised there, I participated in numerous extracurricular activities. I played basketball in my spare time and worked in the cosmetology department. I graduated with a seal of vocational endorsement. Yet, I chose to pursue my college education in Denmark, SC, at Voorhees College. During my time at Voorhees I majored in Biology for 3 years but during my last year I fell in love with Sociology and changed my major. After college I received offers to further my education as a Rehabilitation Counselor with South Carolina State University, an internship in The Conference of Mayors Office in Washington D.C. and a lucrative job offer with John Dela Howe school in Mccormick, SC. I turned each offer down to return to care for my family in Augusta.
I worked in the Augusta area for cell phone providers until a company merger, then I decided to take a year off to have my Son. In 2000, I was offered a temp job to work at the Richmond County Correctional Institute, before my temp position was over, I was offered a permanent job offer. For two years I worked as a Corrections Officer then decided to move on to the Columbia County Detention Center, as a Detention Officer. After being there for 2 years I got married and relocated to the Warner Robins area with my Air Force husband. Only a few months after being here I applied to the Houston County Detention Center, worked there 5 years and resigned. I relocated to the Augusta area for a year and once again I returned to Warner Robins.
Basically for the past 5 years I have cared for my mom, a little cousin (with special needs) and now I am returning to the work force.
Science has always been my favorite subject and also my secret hobby!
During my time as a parent I have volunteered in various grades to help other students.
I have worked as a sub for years in Richmond County and I also volunteer in each one of my children's schools.
I encourage each student and parent to look for a diverse tutor, meaning someone who has worked in various fields. These are qualities are an asset to any student. My name is Kisha F., I received my high school education in Augusta, GA. I was born and raised there, I participated in numerous extracurricular activities. I played basketball in my spare time and worked in the cosmetology department. I graduated with a seal of vocational endorsement. Yet, I chose to pursue my college education in Denmark, SC, at
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