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University of North Carolina at Charlotte (Social Work)
I love English and writing. That may sound really strange to people that struggle with the two, but I like to make it fun and interesting. I have two associate's degrees: one in Paralegal Studies and the other in Social Work. As a paralegal, I have had to write memoranda that would be used for appellate cases. My writing had to be spot on! I work as an English tutor at a community college, and have done so for several years. I also held the position of Supplemental Instructor in English Composition. Many students ask for me by name, because I draw the most potential out of the student. When they come away from a session with me, they have a greater understanding of the subject and what is expected of them. I see progress in my students and feel that each is special with many strengths to enhance and weaknesses to minimize. I look forward to finding the potential in you!
I love English and writing. That may sound really strange to people that struggle with the two, but I like to make it fun and interesting. I have two associate's degrees: one in Paralegal Studies and the other in Social Work. As a
Judith is an awesome tutor and has helped me tremendously in planning my college research paper. I recommended her to anyone! She is smart and very easy to communicate with. Thank you Judith!
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