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...I mentored students and taught at a summer program focused on getting kids interested in STEM topics during middle school. After I graduated, I taught science for 5th-8th grade and I currently work as an Education Coordinator for New York Public Library. I run educational programming for K-12 students helping with homework and teaching high school elective classes for credit.

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