Dobrolyubov State Linguistic University – Nizhny Novgorod, Russia (French Translation)
Growing up bilingual in Russian and English has given me the experience of interpreting between the two languages in everyday life. My first extended experience as an interpreter took place when I was only 11 years old, volunteering with a group of 24 Americans, who came to Russia to build a playground for an orphanage in my hometown. In the following years I volunteered with different mission teams, translated presentations and sermons. By age 21 I simultaneously completed two 5-year university programs in two separate schools in Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia, with a double major in linguistics (French and English Translation) and economics.
Being able to speak three languages and having an outgoing personality has allowed me to come in direct contact with people from different cultures, hear their stories and form relationships all over the world. As of today, I’ve been to 15 countries, including 42 states in the US. Being on a Carpenter’s Tools International (CTI) music team especially increased my understanding of the value of relationships and the process of how they form. In the past few years I have experience tutoring two Americans, interested in learning Russian. One of the was a college graduate, one was an elementary school student. I enjoy working with people, seeing the grow in learning and helping them attained the goals they set.
Having gone to school as a child to both Russian and American schools has given me an insight in how different educational systems work. I graduated from School #1 in Pereslavl-Zalessky, Russia in 2006.
In 2011 I graduated from Dobrolyubov State Linguistic University in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, with a degree in Translation (French, English) and Linguistics
In 2011 I also graduated from Lobachevsky State University in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, with a degree in National Economics.
During that time I also obtained a certificate from France's Ministry of Education, DELF B2 from Alliance Française Nizhny Novgorod.
Being Russian native myself, I would love help Russian-speaking families, who have moved to the US, preserve their native language in their family and for their children.
I can provide help for students with their Russian or French homework.
Growing up bilingual in Russian and English has given me the experience of interpreting between the two languages in everyday life. My first extended experience as an interpreter took place when I was only 11 years old, volunteering with a group of 24 Americans, who came to Russia to build a playground for an orphanage in my hometown. In the
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