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Eastern Michigan University (English)
Grand Canyon University (Master's)
I am Joielle S., a 25 year old graduate student from Detroit, Michigan. I have a bachelors degree in journalism and English linguistics & I am pursuing a master's degree in secondary education. I have been working with children of all ages since 2011 when I went to Korea to teach English as a second language. I thoroughly enjoyed the experience and began substitute teaching in neighboring areas once I returned to the states. I love being able to teach the youth something new and I consider educating a good deed to society.
When I am not working with children I spend time with family and friends. I do not have any children however, I am married. My husband and I are pursuing entrepreneurship at this time so that we can have a solid foundation for our future family.
I am excited to meet new students and work within the community to educate and inspire you all.
Taught ESL for six months in Korea
Tutored members of my church in English and grammar
Bachelors degree in journalism
Prior news-content writer for GMAuthority.com
News writer for the Eastern Echo
Substitute teacher for three years
Pursuing degree in secondary education
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about my qualifications or if you're interested in setting up tutor sessions! Hello!
I am Joielle S., a 25 year old graduate student from Detroit, Michigan. I have a bachelors degree in journalism and English linguistics & I am pursuing a master's degree in secondary education. I have been
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