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Rutgers University (French)
I majored in French Language & Literature at both Florida State University and Rutgers University with Dean's List distinction. Thereafter, I utilized my verbal and written fluency in the pharmaceutical industry as an Executive Assistant/International Trade Show Coordinator which provided me the opportunity to travel to Paris, and also to converse routinely (both verbally and in writing) with overseas French business associates. Additionally, I have experience instructing elementary age children in the role of substitute teacher for a private, Christian school which I absolutely loved!!! After the birth of my son, I remained at home and am presently teaching him the fundamentals of the French language, culture, and history.
The levels of study in which I specialize are: grades 3 - 12, including literature analysis, for all "serious, success-minded students." If you are seeking devoted, detailed, diligent, and effective French instruction with patience and doses of encouragement, I would love to help you/your child excel!
I was a French major at Rutgers University & Florida State University French Major (Deans List) and have experience with substitute teaching & international business professional immersion.
With French Parfait, your success is on the way!
Tutoring Hours: 6-8 pm, M - F / 12 noon - 3 pm, Saturday
I majored in French Language & Literature at both Florida State University and Rutgers University with Dean's List distinction. Thereafter, I utilized my verbal and
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