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Richland Community College (Chemistry)
I am Dayle. I am a student at Richland Community College who is striving for an associate in science. I have been dancing almost all of my life and have a very strong passion for it. I have not only taken ballet, but have also taking many years of jazz, hip hop, and tap. I also found a passion for tennis which competitively has been cut short while keeping a wrist injury in check.
I do not have any experience tutoring tennis or golf, but I do have experience in helping others learn dance. I have understudied for another dance instructor in ballet/tap classes. I love that with tutoring I can help others passions grow for subjects that they have a huge interest in.
I have been a ballet dancer for 17 going on 18 years. I have been at advanced level for over 5 years. I have been playing tennis for about 12 years and have done both singles and doubles tournaments. And have been playing golf for about 9 years. Have no tournament experience, but do have experience playing on full length courses.
I would love to teach students more about ballet, tennis, or golf to improve their basic skills and technical skills to help them advance and grow. I will find fun ways to teach techniques and lessons dependent on each individual students needs. I am Dayle. I am a student at Richland Community College who is striving for an associate in science. I have been dancing almost all of my life and have a very strong passion for it. I have not only taken ballet, but have also taking
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