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University of North Texas
I am a senior, at the University of North Texas, working towards getting my Bachelor's in Psychology with a Business minor. Then I plan to move on to graduate school to receive a Master's in Health Care Administration. My hope is to remain in the city in which I currently reside for graduate school. While in college, my GPA has never gotten below a 3.2, I am an Emerald Eagle Scholar, a member of the UNT chapter of HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America), and an Honors College student, as well as working on my thesis.
The areas I am especially proficient in are English, grammar, psychology, elementary level subjects, time management, proofreading, and writing. I am a cheerful person, who enjoys helping others learn. I do not smoke or drink. Transportation will not be a problem for me. I am a reasonable and flexible person. For payment, I currently have it set to check. But if direct deposit is more convenient for you, I do not have a problem with getting that set up instead.
Thank you for taking me under consideration! I am a senior, at the University of North Texas, working towards getting my Bachelor's in Psychology with a Business minor. Then I plan to move on to graduate school to receive a Master's in Health Care Administration. My
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