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West Virginia University (English)
I am employed full-time at a corporation but I love to tutor English as a Second Language or reading (evenings or weekends). I had much success volunteer-tutoring Russian-speaking students who are preparing for the U.S. Naturalization exam (helped about 12 students pass the exam). I also love reading with children. I have not tutored for the IELTS exam but would very much like to.
Please note that I do not own a car but I do have a bus pass. Meeting downtown Seattle or at the University of Washington would be particularly easy for me, or I can meet anywhere that is on a good bus line.
I have a B.A. in English and a 12-credit certificate in teaching ESOL. I also worked for many years as a nanny and tutored children as an AmeriCorps volunteer. I feel a particular compassion, these days, toward children who need less "screen time" and more reading, writing and conversation time.
I am a natural at teaching and look forward to meeting over coffee with any potential student or parent. I am employed full-time at a corporation but I love to tutor English as a Second Language or reading (evenings or weekends). I had much success volunteer-tutoring … Read more
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