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American University (Business)
Hello! My name is Amy and I'm 21 years old and currently a student at American University in Washington, DC. As I've come home for the summer, I'm looking to work part time and thought this would be a great way to do so. I'm a very laid back person, quiet but fun, and a great listener. Someday I hope to work in the music industry and in my spare time I like to hang out, watch Netflix, work out, and cook.
In terms of my experience, I've tutored my cousins in Algebra for multiple years. Additionally, I'm a member of a club on my university's campus, in which I've tutored university staff English grammar. Tutoring is a very rewarding experience. From my point of view, I understand how hopeful and valuable of an experience it can be, and appreciate all that I have benefitted from tutoring over the years. As a student, I feel that I'm more relatable to students and closely understand the struggle.
I'm currently minoring in the Spanish language at my university. This past year, I studied abroad in Madrid, Spain and have a better understanding of the Spanish culture.
Although I'm not perfect, I've been studying Spanish for many years and feel that this would be a mutually beneficial experience. Feel free to reach out with any questions! Hello! My name is Amy and I'm 21 years old and currently a student at American University in Washington, DC. As I've come home for the summer, I'm looking to work part time and thought this would be a great way to do so. I'm a very laid back person, quiet but fun, and a great listener. Someday I hope to work in the … Read more
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