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Hello! My name is Finn and I am a sophomore in college studying Economics. I have been a teaching assistant in high school for two years and currently I am instructing robotics at the digital media academy (University of Pennsylvania location). I've grown up in a family of professors; therefore, the desire to teach has rubbed off on me.

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