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Dan F. ...I actually started out with QBasic to learn the fundamentals. In my Master's I tutored my fellow students in basic programming skills using Python. I hold a CompTIA Network+ Certified Professional license and am a Microsoft Certified Professional.
6 Subjects: including computer science, computer programming, general computer, HTML
$50.00/hr
Cherry Hill, NJ
Bill V. ...I have spent a great deal of time studying Spanish in a classroom setting so I am very familiar with formal as well as informal speech. My undergraduate major was in Political Science from the University of Pittsburgh and I completed my graduate degree at Temple University in K-12 Education. Mo...
8 Subjects: including Spanish, ESL/ESOL, public speaking, TOEFL
$40.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Erica S. ...Before becoming a doctorate student I was a teacher and know that a little extra help can go a long way. I've taught all levels of high school Spanish and tutored at the college level. I enjoy working with students and seeing them reach their full potential.
1 Subject: Spanish
$45.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Molly M. Hello! I'm a late-twenties professional copywriter/creative professional who will be taking the plunge and returning to school for my Elementary and Special Education certification. I currently work as a tutor for grade-school age children and love it.
25 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, grammar
$40.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Ian N. ...I am looking to provide local kids with basic skills training at local fields in soccer. I have a special education degree from St. Bonaventure in 2008 and have worked in special education since 2008, for six years.
15 Subjects: including reading, writing, dyslexia, grammar
$42.00/hr
Jenkintown, PA

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