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Johnson and Wales University Providence (Bussiness)
I've always loved helping people learn new things or understand topics that they aren't understanding. I've been doing it since I was in middle school. In high school I started helping middle schoolers with their homework as a part of a club at my school called Future Teachers of America. I spent many afternoons at the middle school's homework club helping them in anyway that I could.
Now that I'm in college, I've become a writing fellow which is a tutor for fellow students in the university that need help with making their writing stronger. I spent a year assisting foreign students with their writing and other assignments that they may have struggled with. A year after that I spent a lot of time helping others how to understand their assignments and giving them better study skills.
I'm a very organized person that has been taught different types of study habits from many different people at different levels of education and I love learning even more. I believe that everyone is still learning and that anyone can learn.
I've spent many years helping people understand the texts they are meant to read, for instance I'm assisting a high school freshman understand the books and plays he's reading in his English class. I work for Johnson and Wales University as a writing tutor, I'm currently writing a novel, and I like to help make other people's writing stronger for fun.
I hope to hear from you soon and I wish you good luck on your studies! I've always loved helping people learn new things or understand topics that they aren't understanding. I've been doing it since I was in middle school. In high school I started helping middle schoolers with their homework as a part of a club at my school called Future Teachers of America. I spent many afternoons at the middle school's homework
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