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B.S. From The Ohio State university (Anthropological Scie)
I have experience with informally teaching children in camp settings. I have experience working with high school students prepare for college and ACT/SAT tests working for AmeriCorps. I have tutored adults in a group setting volunteering with the Columbus Literacy Council. I enjoy being around people and helping them gain confidence in their skills and abilities.
I am most enthusiastic about science and enjoyed competing in science fairs in junior high and high school. I have loved reading as a child and try to make time for it as an adult. I I look forward to helping your student reach his or hers academic goals. Let's work together!
I have taken college math courses through Calculus III.
I have my Bachelor of Science in Anthropological Sciences from The Ohio State University.
I am an avid reader. I have written and edited college level papers.
I am free most evenings and am available on most weekends. Please contact me with any questions. I look forward to working with you! I have experience with informally teaching children in camp settings. I have experience working with high school students prepare for college and ACT/SAT tests working for AmeriCorps. I have tutored adults in a group setting volunteering with the
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