...I was working at a Japanese company in the USA as a Japanese translator for 6 months, and I was translating Japanese to English and English to Japanese. I've never taught math professionally but I've given little help in math to my friends in high school and college. I am currently a freshman in college and majoring in pre-med.
Mcdonough, GAView Tutor
...Whether that be government, business, law, or criminal justice, it is important for everyone to have that basic understanding of our world. I've had experience tutoring others since I was in high school. In each of my work experiences I've also been tasked with training and mentoring newer employees.
Smyrna, GAView Tutor
...Knowledge of the Game - Studying past elite players of basketball will allow you to improve your overall game. Understanding the basic rules, half-court offenses, half-court defenses, press breaks, etc. will give you a competitive edge over your opponent. You have to prepare just as hard off the court as you do on the court. 4.
Decatur, GAView Tutor
...At an early age I was ordained as a minister and traveled to Africa with the U-Turn to God crusade of Calvary Baptist Church of Pacoima. As 1st lady of Omega Faith Ministries, I continue to teach Bible studies classes online and to local Biblical studies students. I love researching and studying the scriptures so much I attended Atlanta Christian College to further my studies.
Atlanta, GAView Tutor
I have always had a love for math. It all started with AP Calculus my senior year in high school and eventually lead to a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics from Gordon State College. While I was at Gordon, I began to tutor as a peer tutor for the Student Success Center.
Griffin, GAView Tutor