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Prince Georges Community College
I'm currently an art student that's about to graduate from Prince George's Community College with an Associates degree in Fine Arts. My goal is to continue art by transferring to University of Maryland College Park, but I will also be working towards my teaching certificate so I may teach art in public schools. I loved art ever since I was a child, but instead of becoming a professional artist, I would like to teach it instead. The reason why is because I enjoy the feeling of inspiring or teaching students to express themselves freely through art.
Even if the students I teach are not interested in art as a career choice, I would like to know at least they enjoy the subject and when they leave, I would hope that they at least learned something new that day. I was an after school art teacher for children under 12, It was an enjoyable experience. Unfortunately due to my school schedule I had to leave, so my purpose in tutoring is to help you with drawing or painting and for me as well. I hope to grow as a teacher.
I managed to get my artwork into the school art show in Prince George's Community College.
One of my artworks managed to get an honorable mention from the art show.
I'm currently an art student that's about to graduate from Prince George's Community College with an Associates degree in Fine Arts. My goal is to continue art by transferring to University of Maryland College Park, but I will also be working towards my teaching certificate so I may teach art in
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