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University of California, Santa Cruz (Sociology'ArtHistory)
My name is Kat, and I am a recent graduate from University of California, Santa Cruz. I studied sociology and history of art/ visual culture. I had so much fun learning that I also enjoyed helping my fellow students understand the material. I was never a formal tutor, but when I could I tried to assist my peers in any way that I could. In the end, I helped them understand our courses as best as possible.
Although I never had a formal tutoring position, I was a teacher assistant in high school for advanced ceramics. I have learned to facilitate art projects and also did some proofreading and grading in high school for a world religions class. I have worked in multiple job fields like food service, retail, administrative, and research positions, and I would love to gain more experience in tutoring. I have a job lined up with Americorps as a mentor for college students, and I think tutoring would be a good supplement for that as well.
With work as a research assistant for my most recent job, I was exposed to a lot of writing as well as editing articles and webinars. Not only that, but in college the majority of my work was based on reading writing essays. For my history of art and visual culture degree, I actually received honors for my senior exit seminar, which was based on the quality of class participation, but mostly focused on the quality of research and analysis through writing. With sleepless nights of writing papers for 4 years, I have a good amount of experience with English, literature, reading, proofreading, and writing. Hi students!
My name is Kat, and I am a recent graduate from University of California, Santa Cruz. I studied sociology and history of art/ visual culture. I had so much fun
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