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B.A Rutgers University (Journalism)
Besides having extensive experience in Spanish and English, I have an abundance of energy and a great love of learning. I don't plan to use this section to toot my own horn; only to merely say that I love school and the subjects that I tutor and hope to pass these passions on to a next generation of students.
While I have a minor in Spanish from Rutgers University, I also volunteered as an adult Spanish teacher for a year at that Buda library before moving to Central America for fifteen months.
I have a degree in Journalism, have participated in numerous and diverse communications internships, and passed both the AP Literature and AP Language exams.
In our global economy, knowledge of a second language is becoming more than an employer preference, rather a requirement. Strong command of both the English and Spanish language are vital to a successful career. More than that, knowing a second language, especially Spanish, opens your world to an infinite amount of experiences that will only change you for the better. Besides having extensive experience in Spanish and English, I have an abundance of energy and a great love of learning. I don't plan to use this section to toot my own horn; only to merely say that I love school and the subjects that
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