Binghamton University (English rhetoric)
I'm Audrey, a recent graduate of Binghamton University. I majored in English rhetoric and global culture, and held a few positions on campus doing editorial and writing work while I was there. I also tutored a student from China weekly for one semester, and in my final semester, oversaw several writing interns as the executive student editor for an on-campus magazine. I loved helping them improve and giving constructive feedback. The work the interns produced the first week was nowhere near the work they did in the final week. It was fulfilling to watch their progress.
Writing is my one true passion, and I love to read also. I write mainly human interest stories, opinion articles (usually based on current events), and personal poetry. My favorite genres to read are memoir and non-fiction. Outside of writing and reading, I love to edit. In fact, it's one of my favorite pastimes to edit and rework college essays, cover letters, resumes, research papers, or anything else with words. I do it often for friends.
Being a tutor is another opportunity to do something fulfilling. Contact me for help in anything relating to English, writing, grammar, literature, poetry, journalism, or communications. I promise you won't be disappointed!
I have a BA in English, have had several articles published, and have worked in the field. I have experience tutoring others and seeing positive results, and I also find that my warm nature makes others feel comfortable around me. I think a sense of comfort is beneficial for students working one-on-one with someone because it allows them to accept help and trust a tutor with their work more easily.
For more information about me or to set up an appointment, please e-mail me! I look forward to hearing from you. I'm Audrey, a recent graduate of Binghamton University. I majored in English rhetoric and global culture, and held a few positions on campus doing editorial and writing work while I was there. I also tutored a student from China
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