Rhode Island College (Anthropology)
Throughout high school I was that classmate who everyone gave their papers to for proofreading. I have a very keen eye for grammatical errors, as well as errors in punctuation and spelling. I love reading and writing. I very much enjoyed the literature courses I have taken over the years, as I think a deeper analysis of a piece of literature offers a greater understanding and appreciation for the work. Although I am majoring in Anthropology with a concentration in Archaeology, I am also working towards a minor degree in Creative Writing. As far as Anthropology goes, I am nearly halfway done with my major's requirements and feel I have a very good grasp on the subject. I am especially interested in religious studies, and the classics.
I have always enjoyed tutoring/helping my classmates learn something new. I think it's very rewarding to see a student have that famous "aha!" moment. Knowing that a student is no longer struggling and has gained a bit more knowledge is the best payoff I can think of.
I am working towards a degree in Anthropology with a specific concentration in Archaeology, which has been a passion of mine for most of my life.
I always excelled in my English classes in high school and college. Classmates would often come to me for help when writing papers. I love analyzing literature, and I am working towards a minor degree in Creative Writing.
I have always loved history. The Classics are my favorite time period; this is what I plan to study in the future as an archaeologist. I also have a great personal interest in religion. I worked as a CCD teacher at my church for four years, and have done a number of research on various other religions in my own free time.
I do have another full time job, as well as a part time one on weekends. I also go to school myself; however, I am always willing to help a fellow student out and will do my very best to make myself available whenever is convenient. I hope to hear from you soon! Throughout high school I was that classmate who everyone gave their papers to for proofreading. I have a very keen eye for grammatical errors, as well as errors in punctuation and spelling. I love … Read more
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