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University of Massachusetts, Amherst (Journalism)
Emmanuel College Boston, MA (Graduate Coursework)
I teach English grammar review, vocabulary, personal marketing, and personal finance to adults at a local nonprofit as part of a jobs-training program. I am patient with students. It is my hope that students not only memorize material but ingest it, understand it, and use it in their everyday lives. I find that success is a little easier when students do not look at their lessons as "work."
I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and graduate coursework in Business Management. I use my knowledge of management and my journalism skills to build a good working relationship to try to get to the root of the problem and to problem solve.
I enjoy teaching and equally enjoy when I see that students fully comprehend what they have been taught. I see this as all-around success. I teach English grammar review, vocabulary, personal marketing, and personal … Read more
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I am an aspiring minister at my church, Greater Love Tabernacle in Boston, MA. I have been a member of the church for 13 years. This means that I am in training to become ordained at some point. I first have to complete the two-year curriculum offered by my pastor. I am in year one.
I have completed 21 credits of 36 toward my Master of Science in Business Management degree.
I am knowledgeable in strategic management; organizational development; team development and management; customer development and retention; business law basics; and business finance for managers.
What I am passionate about the most is how to make a good business team better for the benefit of all internally and externally. I also am a small business owner so I have real-world practice of my studies.
I love the mechanics of English. I love to read. I have a B.A. in Journalism and teach English comprehension review to adults at a local non-profit. We often read passages to shore up out understanding of what we have read.
I currently teach a two-hour class of the combined subjects of English comprehension review, vocabulary, personal marketing and personal finance to a class of 15 adults enrolled in a jobs-training program at a nonprofit in Boston, MA. I have given class presentations as mandatory graduate-school coursework. I have been called upon by my pastor to present sermonettes to the congregants of my church. I also have interviewed subjects for local news stories as a journalist/ copy-editor.
I love to read. I love to help students prepare for the ultimate reading test, the SAT. I teach English comprehension review to adults. I have learned that patience is key to learning and understanding English.
I love to write. I love to help students prepare for the ultimate writing test, the SAT. I teach English comprehension review to adults. I have learned that patience is key to learning and understanding English.
I teach adults at a job-training program personal marketing or building their personal "brand." This includes time, space, and financial management and teaching certain life skills or building exercises. One of the manuals that I use, believe it or not is a "preparing for college" manual that is required reading at a local community college for all incoming freshmen.
Teach vocabulary at non-profit jobs training program.