8 Anthropology Tutors Found Near Thornton, CO

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Rebecca T.

Anthropology Tutor

Colorado Springs, CO 80919

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.93 422 ratings

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Rebecca T. Science, Math, English, History, Tutor for all grade levels

I completed 24 hours anthropology study in undergrad. I was in the top 10 in each of my 6 classes. Topics mastered were evolutionary/archaeological anthropology, civilization/societal development, comparative religion as an anthropological tool, and America as a foreign culture. I love learning. As a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, I know that opportunity and success looks an awful lot like hard work paying off. As the founding tutor for the Biology Lab and tutoring program and serving several semesters in the Nursing Program's student learning lab at Mesa State College (now Colora [more]

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Tracy I.

Anthropology Tutor

Littleton, CO 80124

Will travel 30 miles

$30 per hour.

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Experienced college instructor specializing in anthropology.

My bachelor's and master's degrees are in anthropology and ethnobotany (a sub-field of anthropology.) I am currently teaching courses in anthropology at two higher education institutions. My name is Tracy, I graduated with my bachelor's in anthropology from Metropolitan State University of Denver, and received my master's of science in ethnobotany from the University of Kent. I have taught anthropology at both Pikes Peak Community College in Colorado Springs, and at Metropolitan State University of Denver. I thoroughly believe making education enjoyable and accessible to all, providing a comf [more]

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Joshua P.

Anthropology Tutor

Golden, CO 80401

Will travel 20 miles

$65 per hour.

4.97 143 ratings

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Effective Reading and Writing tutor, Test Prep, Study Skills

Undergraduate and graduate-level coursework in sociology and anthropology, especially relating to global commodity development, post-modernity as it applies to experiences in the American labor force, American political systems, American social movement history, and American education systems and public schooling. Additionally, I have 20+ years of experience working in the nonprofit and public educational sectors, including work as a communications, media relations, and social media specialist which relies regularly on application of social science research and sociological and psychological p [more]

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Doyle O.

Anthropology Tutor

Monument, CO 80132

Will travel 40 miles

$100 per hour.

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Spanish, Statistics, Social Sciences, Business, Marketing

I have instructed introductory to upper level courses in Anthropology. I have also conducted multiple ethnographic studies and ethnographic interviews globally. Master's degree in anthropology from OSU. I am proud to be a graduate of The Ohio State University in Anthropology (M.A.) and Sociology, with focus on demographics (Ph.D.). I have spent thirty years working and living abroad in more than sixty countries. Even today I continue to work in Asia, the Caribbean, and Latin America. Most often during those years, you could find me somewhere in Latin America. I know the language, cult [more]

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Thomas B.

Anthropology Tutor

Colorado Springs, CO 80907

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

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Archaeologist, Anthropologist, & Adventurer

I am an archaeologist and environmentalist with 25+ years of survey, excavation, and lab experience worldwide. I have conducted all aspects of archaeological fieldwork specializing in surveys, excavations, curation, and artifact analysis in Washington, California, Colorado, Idaho, Oregon, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Ohio, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida, Italy, England, and Ireland. I have authored and contributed to numerous assessments for cultural resource reports and documents for California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) environmental impact reports (EIR), National Environmental Policy [more]

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Elizabeth B.

Anthropology Tutor

Denver, CO 80210

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

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Recent college grad with degrees in Anthropology and Spanish!

I recently graduated from the Colorado College with a dual degree in Anthropology and Spanish, with a minor in Linguistics. I have experience in all four sub-fields, both in and out of the classroom. I have received awards from the Anthropology department at my school for outstanding writing and most recently worked as the department Paraprofessional for the 2017-2018 academic year. I have experience tutoring my peers as well as being tutored. I know the importance of fostering a comfortable learning environment and supporting students 100% of the way. I recently graduated from The Colorado Co [more]

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Jennifer S.

Anthropology Tutor

Fort Collins, CO 80521

Will travel 10 miles

$38 per hour.

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Experienced, Certified middle, elementary, and college - level teacher

I have a Masters in Anthropology from the University of Colorado - Boulder. I have conducted doctoral level coursework in Cultural and Ecological anthropology. I have worked as a researcher in the field of Ecological Anthropology for five years. I am a teacher, gardener, anthropologist, and horticultural therapy practitioner. I have taught in Poudre School District for more than ten years - teaching 3rd grade through middle school and all subjects, including English, Science, Social Studies, and Math. Before that I tutored college students in writing and anthropology. Because I am a fir [more]

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Olivia K.

Anthropology Tutor

Denver, CO 80207

Will travel 8 miles

$30 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Experienced writing, math, and language tutor, K-12 and college level

I graduated in 2013 from the George Washington University with a minor in sociocultural anthropology, and greatly enjoy this subject of study. I believe that anthropological concepts can be applied to a wide range of social and political discussions at the national and global levels. Studying anthropology shapes the way that students think about the world and their future careers, and asks students to develop an inquisitive, nonjudgmental view of people, cultures, and situations. It can be difficult for students who are new to the field to navigate the terminology, concepts, and unique writing [more]