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Georgetown University (Spanish)
A recent graduate from Georgetown University, I moved to Boston and am working in Plastic Surgery at Brigham and Women's Hospital. I loved science and school in general, and I am eager to share my enthusiasm for academics with others. At Georgetown, I was a Spanish major, psychology minor, and completed the premed course requirements (biology, chemistry, physics, organic chemistry, and biochemistry).
Most recently, I have tutored college students in Spanish, biology, and various areas of math. I also have tutored high school students in Spanish and math, as well as younger children in Spanish. I love being with people and as a result, I have taught Spanish to pre-K children for a year, taught swim lessons for 4 years to children ages 2-10, babysat for children of all ages, and taught sailing to children between the ages of 7 and 16 for 5 summers. I am a certified lifeguard and, therefore, have certifications in CPR and AED. I will be working at a hospital during the day (until 4), but am available and would love to tutor in the afternoon, at night, and/or some weekends. I hope to continue to tutor in the areas that I already have experience in, as well as branch out into new subjects. A recent graduate from Georgetown University, I moved to Boston and am working in Plastic Surgery at Brigham and Women's Hospital. I loved science and school in general, and I am eager to share my enthusiasm for academics with others. At Georgetown, I was a … Read more
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