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DePaul University, Chicago
DePaul University, Chicago (Enrolled)
I have earned a Bachelors of Arts in English Literature and am in the process of earning my Masters of Arts in English Literature. Thus, I have a deep understanding of and appreciation for literature and am committed to fostering such an understanding and appreciation. I have taken courses in American and British literature, literary criticism, history of the English language, creative writing (poetry and prose), and grammar and style. During my high school, undergraduate and graduate careers, furthermore, I have assisted classmates in reviewing and editing their academic work. Second, studying English Literature and Theater has cultivated my abilities to think critically and communicate effectively. Therefore, I am able to problem solve, develop strategies for completing tasks and accomplishing goals, and work competently with others. Third, during my four years working as an administrative assistant I have developed strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
I have earned a Bachelors of Arts in English Literature and am in the process of earning my Masters of Arts in English Literature. Thus, I have a deep understanding of and appreciation for literature and am committed to
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