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State University of New York at Oswego (Adolescent Education)
The American University (Master's)
As the holder of a degrees in education, English, and creative writing, it is obvious I am a lover of words! After graduating college with a double major in adolescent education and English, I briefly pursued a career in teaching and am certified by the state of New York to teach middle and high school students. I went on to follow my dream of becoming a writer by receiving my masters in May of 2013.
Along the way I have coached swimming at various levels: age-group, college, and post-grad. What do I love about teaching/coaching/mentoring? The look in my students/athletes eyes when they have achieved something they once thought was impossible. I have a passion for helping kids of all ages achieve their goals.
Currently reading: The Handmaid's Tale, by Margaret Atwood
Just read: Fates and Furies, by Lauren Groff
I specialize in tutoring English for tests such as ACT, SAT, and NYS Regents Exams. I cover all English and Literature topics from basic reading and writing functions all the way to college level rhetorical studies.
I am available every day from 8AM to 8PM and I can travel to students or teach them online. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you achieve success! As the holder of a degrees in education, English, and creative writing, it is obvious I am a lover of words! After graduating college with a double major in adolescent education and English, I briefly pursued a career in teaching and
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