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Sienna Heights University (community service)
I was a reading tutor for a professional tutorial service in Michigan before moving to Texas in 2006. I am particularly interested in teaching reading, grammar and English skills to students in this day of taking shortcuts with texting. I love our beautiful international language and I truly enjoy working with young people.
To become successful adults in their chosen professions, I believe our leaders of tomorrow will have to have a solid command of English even if it is their second language. they must be able to free think and to be able to express themselves.
I have a sincere interest in teaching. my credentials include working with special needs young people and adults for over thirty years in day programs, employment programs and group homes.
My credentials include over thirty years of working side by side with special needs clients. I was the director of a vocational day program for six years and have been involved with Special Olympics since I became a volunteer for this organization at the age of fourteen. I am currently employed by the Marbridge Foundation as a residential trainer for adults with a large spectrum of diagnoses. it is a very rewarding job! every day brings new opportunities for learning.
It would be my honor to help you achieve your language goals. please contact me if I can be of assistance to you. I was a reading tutor for a professional tutorial service in Michigan before moving to Texas in 2006. I am particularly interested in teaching reading, grammar and English
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