University of Houston (Political Science)
I graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science with a minor in National Security Studies. I was one of only a hand full of students selected to for a paid fellowship in Austin to represent my alma mater during the Texas Legislative Session.
Since then I have worked for local, state and federal officials and political campaigns. My passion is helping students understand the political process, the history behind the political process, basic political philosophy concepts, and how politics is not defined by political parties, but by those who want to become an agent of change. I am also a great resource for internship planning and career guidance.
I have coached and advised dozens of students on how to get an internship, build a professional resume and cover letter, professional etiquette in both formal and casual settings, and how act around elected officials, dignitaries, and individuals of influence.
High school courses I specialize in are Public Speaking, World Geography, World History, U.S. History, and Government.
College courses I specialize in are GOVT 2304: Introduction to Political Science, GOVT 2305: Federal Government, GOVT 2306: Texas Government, HIST 1301: United States History To 1877, HIST 1302: United States History Since 1877, PHIL2307: Social And Political Philosophy, SPCH 1311: Introduction to Speech Communication, SPCH 1315 Public Speaking, and SPCH 1321: Business & Professional Communication.
I graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science with a minor in National Security Studies. I was one of only a hand full of students selected to for a paid fellowship in
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