St. Mary's College of Maryland (Film and Media Studi)
I received a Bachelor's Degree in Film and Media Studies from St. Mary's College of Maryland in May of 2013. Soon after I started working as a Substitute Teacher for St. Mary's County Public Schools. I work with students of all ages and abilities. Working with children is challenging and rewarding.
In my spare time, I act in local theatre productions and write for a movie blog. It's important to be well-rounded and try new things. I would make a great tutor because I have experience working with children of all grades levels. A tutor should have a variety of skills.
I'm always at the library and I love to read. A love of books is needed to be a great English tutor. Writing for a movie blog has given me the skills I need to help others with the writing process. As a college student, I had to wrote research papers and film/play critics. That experience will allow to help others with writing or reading difficulties.
In 2004, I graduated with an Associate's Degree in History from the College of Southern. I loved learning about all the kings and queens of Spain and England.
I've worked with children with special needs through the Sail Program at Margaret Brent Middle School as a Substitute Teacher. I enjoyed working with these children and would love the opportunity to tutor them.
I hope you will consider me for your future tutoring needs. I received a Bachelor's Degree in Film and Media Studies from St. Mary's College of Maryland in May of 2013. Soon after I started working as a Substitute Teacher for St. Mary's County Public Schools. I work with students of all ages and abilities. Working with children is challenging and
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