Cornell University (Government)
Boston University School of Law (J.D.)
Throughout my entire career, I have enjoyed teaching people and helping them to achieve their goals. I believe that everyone has the ability to learn, and I enjoy seeing people learn and do things that they did not think were possible. As the graduate of both law school and an Ivy League university, I have experienced that success for myself and wish to share it with others.
I specialize in tutoring for English, History, Government, Politics and Law. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Government, and have also practiced law for several years. I have always enjoyed English, and throughout my entire career I have been writing and editing. I also have a strong interest in government and politics and I bring that enthusiasm to my lessons. One of my best professors in college taught history as a series of stories - which is really all that it is. I try to bring that same down to earth, engaging, accessible approach to my lessons as well. I have extensive writing experience, both in school, writing legal documents, grants for the nonprofits that I have worked with and much more. In addition, I am an accomplished public speaker. My public speaking has ranged from speaking to small community groups and giving presentations to addressing large audiences and testifying before government bodies. I am comfortable with all of this because of the experiences that I gained as part of my own education. I make sure to determine each student's learning style and adapt my teaching to accommodate their needs.
I try to be pretty flexible with my time and I am willing to meet in a location that works best for each of my students.
I look forward to hearing from you soon so I can help you achieve your potential - and you can feel proud of your accomplishments. Throughout my entire career, I have enjoyed teaching people and helping them to achieve their goals. I believe that everyone has the ability to learn, and I enjoy seeing people learn and do things that they did not think were possible. As the graduate of both law school and an Ivy League university, I have experienced that success for myself and
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