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BYU (Human Development)
BYU Law (J.D.)
I am a law graduate from BYU looking to make some extra money while job searching and waiting for my Bar results. My law education required a lot of reading and writing and helped me learn valuable skills in these capacities. I would love to help you write more effectively, concisely, and clearly. I am open to tutoring or editing in other subjects too, and would love to help you improve wherever you need it. I also speak Spanish, and would enjoy tutoring Spanish speakers or those learning Spanish too.
Apart from law school, my experience in writing and editing includes working as a public relations editor for BYU's PR office for several years. I was also a teaching assistant in college, and worked as a writing specialist for one of the honors sections. I have worked in teaching capacities as a volunteer at local elementary and high schools and am passionate about helping students learn and improve. I learned Spanish in school (minored in it) and on my Mormon mission. Contact me for more information!
Minor in Spanish, BYU
Mormon mission, Spanish speaking.
Public relations editor and proofreader for BYU.
Law school education.
Writing specialist as a college teaching assistant.
I am excited to help you learn and improve! I am a law graduate from BYU looking to make some extra money while job searching and waiting for my Bar results. My law education required a lot of reading and writing and helped me
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