Monmouth University (Social Work)
Manhattan College, Monmouth University (Master's)
I am an educated social worker and a trained educator. I have worked for different companies ranging from Americorps to the Department of Education. I have gained most of my educational experience as an ESL and GED (history and English) tutor through the corps program, which sparked my interest as an educator. Through this experience, I became an elementary sub-teacher. I am competent, well organized, and passionate about what I teach. I do not stop until I know my student understands. If I do not make progress, I change or make an assessment to find out if I am a suitable teacher for them. Though, I would not want any of my students to leave me, I understand that it is not for my benefit to teach them but for them to learn from me.
I hope that I will be a successful tutor for potential clients. I hope that I may receive long lasting relationships with future students because I know teaching is a joy in and of itself.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me via email.
Thank you for the opportunity. I look forward to teaching you.
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I am an educated social worker and a trained educator. I have worked for different companies ranging from Americorps to the Department of Education. I have gained most of my educational experience as an ESL and GED (history and English) tutor through the corps program, which sparked my interest as an educator. Through
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