Hello! My name is Shanelle F, a rising freshman undergraduate at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. I am very passionate about teaching youth in the areas of public speaking, reading, writing, and English. Two years ago, I founded a nonprofit dedicated to bringing public speaking education to Pittsburgh's suburban as well as inner city youth. For the past year, I have served as public speaking mentor at an organization dedicated to improving the lives of inner city youth. During my junior and senior years of high school, I was an ambassador for Teaching Peace Initiative. Each week, I led a group of high schoolers as we taught the skills of peacemaking and conflict resolution to local 5th grade students. I achieved a perfect score (800) on SAT writing, a score of 32 on ACT English, and a score of 33 on ACT Reading. I also earned a 5 (extremely well qualified) on the Advanced Placement English Language and Composition Exam.
I keep my students engaged and challenged by providing homework after each lesson and periodic progress reports and assessments. I am available every Saturday (from 9AM - 7PM) and every Sunday (from noon to 7PM). My rate is $35/hour for in-person lessons and $25/hour for online lessons. I value the meaningful interactions I have with my students; it is a great experience for me to get to know more about my students and their talents and help them achieve their full potential!
If you are interested in learning more about my tutoring services and would like to schedule lessons, please email me.
I look forward to hearing from you! Hello! My name is Shanelle F, a rising freshman undergraduate at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. I am very passionate about teaching youth in the areas of public speaking, reading, … Read more
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