University of Southern Maine (Criminology)
Hi! I'm Katherine (or Katie), and while I don't have experience in tutoring or teaching, I have spent a lot of time proofreading for my peers throughout high school and college. I have an A.A.S. degree in criminal justice, and graduated with honors. I am currently attending USM to earn a BA in criminology, with a minor in deaf studies. Before I started with criminal justice, I was an English major, and English has always been my other biggest passion. I am a writer and I'm currently working on a novel of my own!
I love being able to help people succeed. I know firsthand that success is sometimes hard, and help is not always easy to ask for, but it can be worth it! Hopefully, if I work with you, I can help you learn and grow as a student and succeed!
Before I started in criminal justice, teaching English as a second language was going to be my ultimate goal. English has always been a passion of mine, and I love helping people understand the complexities of the English language. I did a lot of proofreading as an English major, reading people's papers to help them not only with grammar but with content, and I still do it in my free time! As far as SAT Writing goes, I earned a perfect score on the essay/writing section of the SAT!
Please feel free to contact me to see if we can work together. If I can, I would be more than happy to help you learn and develop new skills as a student! Hi! I'm Katherine (or Katie), and while I don't have experience in tutoring or teaching, I have spent a lot of time proofreading for my peers throughout high school and college. I have an A.A.S. degree in … Read more
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