Mississippi State Univeristy (Communication)
I grew up in Brandon, MS and graduated from Northwest Rankin High School in 2013. I have been a Mississippi State Bulldog for as long as I can remember, so Starkville felt like the natural decision for me to continue my education.
I love reading and am very passionate about writing. I have been lucky enough to have several articles published at "The Reflector", the on-campus newspaper, covering issues ranging from controversy surrounding state legislature to the opening of new buildings on campus meant to provide more tools for students to succeed.
Currently, I am completing my senior year and working as managing editor at "The Reflector." Due to this, Mondays and Thursdays I am almost always busy in the newspaper all day, but any other day I am open for tutoring. Working at the paper has given me more experience teaching others how to write and proofreading than most people my age, and those skills are things I am excited about passing down to others.
I scored a 30 and 28 on the ACT in math both times I took the test. I've also completed all my collegiate math requirements as well as some higher level math involving chemistry.
I currently work as managing editor at a newspaper, which allows me to proofread and coach writers on a daily basis. I have a tremendous passion for reading, and on both writing and reading, I scored above 30 on the ACT.
I love helping students work through their studies because I know what it is like to struggle with school. I had a few encouraging tutors in my high school career who really turned my perception of school around. I'd love to help others in the same way. Please reach out to me with whatever sort of schedule, and I'll do anything I can to help! I grew up in Brandon, MS and graduated from Northwest Rankin High School in 2013. I have been a Mississippi State Bulldog for as long as I can remember, so Starkville felt like the natural decision for me to continue my education.
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