Bob Jones University (Communication)
Bob Jones University (Master's)
Clinton is a communication professional with college and high school teaching experience. Clinton specializes in public speaking, reading, writing, and English literature. He earned his undergraduate degree in theatre with a minor in English in 2012, and completed an M.A. in Communication in 2014. In graduate school, Clinton served as a student mentor for undergraduate students, and was often responsible for teaching and facilitating undergraduate classroom discussion. While traveling on a European choir tour, Clinton spoke on behalf of the choir at over 50 concert events in four countries. Clinton specifically enjoys helping his students overcome the fears of public speaking, while teaching them strategies to craft creative, audience-focused messages.
Clinton's background in the fine arts helped him develop a love for communication in all forms. In college, Clinton gained performance experience at the podium and on the stage as a theatre arts student. While in graduate school, Clinton was able to cultivate his critical thinking and theory application skills, specifically in the areas of writing and presenting. During graduate school, Clinton's professors recognized his ability to connect with students, and encouraged him to pursue education.
By day, Clinton works as a marketing and communications specialist for the largest healthcare system in South Carolina. In the evenings and on the weekends, Clinton teaches public speaking at Tri-County Technical College, serves on the board of a local professional theatre, and teaches the youth class at his church. Clinton is an amateur beekeeper, frequents thrift stores and antique shops for vintage treasures, and enjoys exploring the Upstate's restaurant scene.
Reach out to Clinton to discuss your needs and how he can help develop an educational plan to meet your goals. Clinton is a communication professional with college and high school teaching experience. Clinton specializes in public speaking, reading, writing, and English literature. He earned his undergraduate degree in theatre with a minor in English in 2012, and completed an M.A. in Communication in 2014. In graduate school, Clinton served as a student
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As an undergraduate student at a Christian university (BJU), I was required to take a bible elective during each semester of my undergraduate experience (8 semesters). Bible courses included: Old Testament Messages, New Testament Messages, Bible Doctrines I&II, Bible Geography, The Life of Christ, Apologetics & Worldview, and Drama in Ministry. I have also taught the teenage Sunday School class at my local church for the last five years.
As an undergraduate University student, I took six public speaking/oral performance classes and maintained a 3.0 GPA. While pursuing my M.A. in communication, I was often asked to teach lessons in undergraduate Communication courses. For the last two years, I have taught as an adjunct public speaking instructor at Tri-County Technical College.