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UNC-Chapel Hill (Economics)
NCCU School of Law (Enrolled)
NCCU School of Business (Enrolled)
My name is Jasmine and I am a JD/MBA student at NCCU School of Law. I received my Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from UNC-Chapel Hill. I also minored in Spanish for the Professions. I have also served as a Spanish translator for the Clerk of Superior Court in Forsyth County. In addition I have studied Spanish throughout all four years of high school and was a member of the Spanish National Honor Society in addition to being a member of the National Honor Society. I served as a volunteer and later site coordinator of the program Communiversity during my time as an undergraduate student at UNC-Chapel Hill. In this program, I was responsible for reviewing all student assignments to assist in classroom advancement and coordinated the completion of all assignments.
I have over 7 years of education in the language; I minored in Spanish as an undergraduate student. I also served as a Spanish translator for state government for one year.
I have tutored students in math in the past. During my undergraduate studies I was a tutor with the program Communiversity for two years.
Please contact me if you or your child needs assistance with Spanish. I can help elementary, middle, high school or college students who need assistance in learning Spanish. Also I am available to tutor elementary school students who need assistance with math or spelling. My name is Jasmine and I am a JD/MBA student at NCCU School of Law. I received my Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from UNC-Chapel Hill. I also minored in Spanish for the
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I have taken Spanish since the 8th grade. I was a member of the Spanish National Honor Society in high school and I minored in Spanish at UNC-Chapel Hill. I also served as a translator for the Forsyth County Clerk of Court for one year.