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Loyola University Chicago (English)
I've been studying English for four years now and I am scheduled to graduate this December with a major in English and minors in both psychology and women and gender studies. During my time as a student, I've worked with many different age groups in the school setting. Before moving to Chicago, I volunteered in a low-income school in Grand Rapids. While there, I tutored third grade students in both math and English. Since I've moved to Chicago, I've worked with mostly kindergarten aged students throughout the city.
I love working with kids and watching as their eyes light up when they start to understand the subject matters. I love working and getting to know kids. I love helping kids when they are frustrated and discouraged and helping them gain the confidence they need to succeed.
Ever since kindergarten, I would carry a book in my backpack. I've always loved reading and learning. I've studied English at the college level and will be applying to graduate schools soon.
I'm so excited to work with you and help you to succeed. I've been studying English for four years now and I am scheduled to graduate this December with a major in English and minors in both psychology and women and gender studies. During my time as a student, I've worked with many
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