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Augusta State University, Augusta, GA (World Languages)
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I have been teaching all my life; it is a family tradition. While a teenager, I get hired by my aunt to teach French, Math and core subjects to my cousins. My father was a Math teacher for more than 50 years until his death in 2007. He was my adopted mother's teacher and she, herself, was a math teacher until she came to the USA where she forsook a Math scholarship at Columbia University to become a nurse. I tutored business and French at SUNY Oswego and also French and Spanish at ASU in Georgia to college students. Before that, while in Haiti, I was teaching part-time Business, Marketing and ESL at many schools of Commerce, some private junior business colleges, and at the State University of Haiti (INAGHEI) which is the Institute of Administration, Management, International Relations and Diplomacy.
Here in the US, I started teaching French and Spanish in Georgia and South Carolina in 2001, but by 2004 I started getting sick and by 2012, I had 3 strokes and the last one left me partially disabled on my lower left side (limping). Lastly, I taught French to Adults in the continuing Education Program at Braintree HS, and in 2014, get trained to become a medical interpreter in Haitian Creole and French; I was also certified by the IMIA as a skilled Interpreter in 2015.
I have been teaching all my life; it is a family tradition. While a teenager, I get hired by my aunt to teach French, Math and core subjects to my cousins. My father was a Math teacher for more than 50 years until his death in 2007. He was
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