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University of Louisville (Marketing)
My parents grew up in Minsk, Belarus which is where I was born. We came to the States when I was about 2, but still continued to speak Russian within the household while growing up in Louisville, KY. I started taking Russian courses at the University of Louisville which became my minor. During my Junior year, I studied abroad in Moscow, Russia where I really got deeper into my Russian writing and grammar skills. While studying there, I passed the Russian Certificate Exam (1st Level) which was monitored by Moscow State University.
While studying Russian, I was given an English teaching position where I directly taught English to Russian-speaking college students. I felt that I was more at an advantage than all the other teachers because I knew rRussian a bit more than everyone else. I was able to help my students with language barriers because I knew both languages and I absolutely loved teaching there!
Since then, I have moved to Charleston, SC to explore new opportunities and would love to teach/mentor somebody in the Russian language! My parents grew up in Minsk, Belarus which is where I was born. We came to the States when I was about 2, but still continued to speak Russian within the household while growing up in Louisville, KY. I started taking Russian courses at the University of Louisville which became my minor.
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