Allegheny Collage (Arabic)
Taiz University (MD)
Al saeed University (MD)
My name is Salah, from Taiz, Yemen. I have bachelor degrees in both International Economy and Legislation & Islamic Law, and am currently an Arabic Fulbright Scholar at Allegheny College in the USA. I am a founder of One Hand NGO which aims to empower and inspire young people by education, make a bridge between Arab students and Western students and create jobs opportunities for youth. In 2013, I was an ambassador for One Young World where I served on regional committee in Middle East and North African region to connect Arab young people to OYW and created opportunities for Arab young people to connect to the world, and addressed the most pressing issues in Global Business, Human Rights, Peace & Conflict, Leadership & Government, Sustainable Development and Education. In 2014, I was an International Youth Delegate for World Conference on Youth UN. I enjoy reporting on cultural, economical and political issues, as well as the freedom of young Yemeni people. I believe that we are the present, the future and we will be the great past of this world.
I have been teaching Arabic since 2007.
I am an Arabic Language educator and tutor with ample teaching experience -- more than 7 years of experience -- with excellent skills in tutoring the Arabic language extremely well, easily and stress free. I am a native Arabic speaker originally from Yemen. I have taught Arabic language courses at Contemporary Language Institute and I also have worked as a linguist and translator at the same institution. I have an ample experience as an Arabic Language Linguist and Arabic-English Translator and have worked as a freelance linguist and translator with the Swedish mission. I teach students of all ages and I am extremely kind and patient especially with young children. The majority of my students are college age students who can be beginners, intermediate or advanced in learning the Arabic language of which I help them with mastering the Arabic language from A to Z. I also prepare a portion of my students for a number of Arabic language tests -- a variety of tests including speech and conversation for MSA and the Middle East main dialects -- that are demanded by the U.S. government to pass and secure Arabic language related jobs here with the State Department or overseas in Arabic speaking countries. As for my personality, I have an extremely pleasant and a very positive attitude and care in teaching my students and encouraging them to learn and to reach their goals in learning the Arabic language. I also put my students' interests first and accommodate them in every possible way and to my best ability.
I always do my best to accommodate my students for the dates and the times they prefer. My name is Salah, from Taiz, Yemen. I have bachelor degrees in both International Economy and Legislation & Islamic Law, and am currently an Arabic Fulbright Scholar at Allegheny College in the USA. I am a founder of One Hand NGO which aims to empower and inspire young people by education, make a bridge between Arab students and Western students
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I am an Arabic native speaker . I have a bachelor's degree in Legislation and Islamic Law. I have a Certificate in English Web Skills from University of Oregon, American English Institute, and I have been teaching Arabic for non native speakers since 2007 at Contemporary Language institute. Currently, I am a Fulbright Arabic teaching assistant at Allegheny College. I have been working on Arabic curriculum development since 2006. Also, I am the writer of an Abjed book for Arabic learners. I am the founder of One Hand Organization, which aims to make a bridge between American students and Arabic students.
I have a degree in Religion and also I have worked as a researcher in the religions department in Allegheny College- USA.