Loyola College (Loyola University Maryland) (Psychology)
I have worked in many different places, but the place I am most proud about is serving as a Student Administrative Assistant in the Center for Community Service and Justice for 3 years at Loyola University Maryland. My experiences at CCSJ as well as my work with The Urban Assembly fueled my passion for working with high school Students. Working with these two programs has allowed me the fortune of knowing how I want to spend the rest of my life, and has strengthened my resolve.
At the end of my junior year, I was given the privilege of going to El Salvador with some other students to discover and better understand different aspects of social justice issues. By meeting with and learning from a variety of local groups and grassroots organizations we gained a better appreciation for the support that can have a major impact on a person's life. I have since graduated from Loyola University Maryland with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Chemistry and a Minor in Theology. There I was a member of the African Student Association where I helped manage and coordinate events throughout the academic year and helped bring an appreciation of diversity to campus. Furthermore, I served as a Mentor for minority students, a position where I helped them acclimate to the campus life, provided moral support, established rapport, and spent quality time with first year students to develop a positive attitude towards academic achievement and personal adjustment.
Math as always been my strongest subject. I went up to Cal 3 in college. I have been tutoring math since my first year in high school. All my classmates came to me and I was the one to explain to them what was going on. Also right now I am teaching math at A. L. High School in Brooklyn.
I was a psychology major in college and I will be going back for my master's in counseling. I have learned many different topics of psychology and I can teach every one of them. Also I have all my notes from each class in college.
It took me a long time to learn how to study well. My study skills involve motivating yourself, organizing what you are going to do and at what time. Also how to develop study habits that work well. People learn in different way and I was that student that learned differently from my peers.
Feel free to contact me. I am very easy going. I have been working with students since I was 12 years old. It does not matter your age, I can make it work. I have worked in many different places, but the place I am most proud about is serving as a Student Administrative Assistant in the Center for Community Service and Justice for 3 years at Loyola University Maryland. My experiences at CCSJ as well as my work with The Urban Assembly fueled my passion for working with high school Students. Working
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