Eastern Washington University (Criminal Justice)
Hi I am Evan C. I am a former student athlete at Eastern Washington University. I have a passion for helping people, and I believe the opportunity to make anyone better is what I am made for. I was a three sport athlete in high school, lettering in football, basketball, and track. I was fortunate enough to be voted as the athlete of the year, and received a scholarship to Eastern Washington University to play football. I played for the University for four years, starting over half of my career and helping our team win a national championship and two conference championships. As you can see, I like to win and help develop the skills to do so which is why I would be the perfect tutor.
I believe education is the key to life, but one must discover himself first. Life is a journey and my goal in life is to help others discover their purpose and passion for life. Why I would make a great tutor/mentor is because I believe that once you discover your passion for life you chase it with all of your heart. I believe in giving your best in any situation you find yourself in and always come out with a positive experience. There is no such thing as losing, there is trying and coming up short and there is succeeding; each of these are a learning opportunity. Hi I am Evan C. I am a former student athlete at Eastern Washington University. I have a passion for helping people, and I believe the opportunity to make anyone better is what I am made for. I was a three sport athlete in high school, lettering in football, basketball, and track. I was fortunate enough to be voted as the athlete of the year, and
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I was a high school basketball player gaining three letters. My senior year I was selected to the All SPSL team. I continue to play basketball and believe I know what it takes to become successful.
I recently graduated from Eastern Washington University with a degree in criminal justice. In that same year I graduated from the police academy. I was employed as a police officer for Eastern Washington University.
I received a full ride scholarship at EWU as a defensive linemen. I was all state in high school. I have also assisted in coaching youth football, and high school football camps.
I threw discus and shot put in high school. I have experience in coaching and was a state contender in discus finishing 6th after only throwing two years.