Philadelphia University (Communication)
Venturing out from my hometown of Daytona Beach, Florida I moved to Philadelphia to attend Philadelphia University, where I am now a third year student studying Communication. Before deciding to become a tutor, I used some of my prior work experience as a nanny and decided that this would be something I'd enjoy doing - Helping children learn on a more consistent basis. I'm interested in tutoring in the subject of English, such as vocabulary, grammar, analyzing literature and course work of that nature. To date, I am and have taken multiple communication courses such as research methods, technologies of communication, journalism, intro to communications and exploring world literature.
Apart from this, I have experience in teaching and have held various leadership positions around Philadelphia University. During my freshman year, I participated in an "Emerging Leaders" program of which I was a graduate, and later that year found out I was selected as a Resident's Assistant for Freshman students. While in my Sophomore year as an RA, I obtained a position as the event coordinator for one of Philadelphia Universities publications, and was also a CHOICE facilitator. As a CHOICES facilitator, myself and another facilitator taught a lesson plan to students informing them about the affects of alcohol and the risk of drinking while in college or underage. As I continued into my third year of studies, I am now an editor for the aforementioned student-run publication, and a Resident Assistant for upper-class students. With the helpful experience I've had, I'd like to tutor so that I'm able to help other students succeed, and lend a helping hand whenever a student may need it. We are all here to help and learn from one another!
I can help you with Proofreading, Editing, Grammar, Vocabulary, ESL, Writing, and English language.
If you feel as though I'd be able to help you with your studies, I'd love to meet you! My hours are very flexible, so feel free to leave a message and I'll get back to you as soon as I'm able. Venturing out from my hometown of Daytona Beach, Florida I moved to Philadelphia to attend Philadelphia University, where I am now a third year student studying Communication. Before deciding to become a tutor, I used some of my prior work experience as a nanny and decided that this would be something I'd enjoy doing - Helping children learn on a
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Past experience with tutoring a foreign exchange student for "Exploring World Literature" course. Helped him to understand material and analyze literature, and formulate project. Also went over his work and gave ideas and suggestions when necessary.