Hi, there! My name is Marisela and I live in Laguna Niguel, CA. I would love to help you with English reading/writing, Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint), or help practicing Spanish. I graduated from UC Irvine with a double major in Anthropology and Classical Civilization after which I attended graduate school at California State University, Long Beach, where I studied Archaeological Science. My graduate program gave me the opportunity to greatly enhance my writing and e... [more]
I have a B.A. in Anthropology from UC Irvine. This required that I take an array of anthropology courses, for which I had to read and write extensively. I became interested and started studying Anthropology as early as 9th grade and continued to do so throughout graduate school.
I studied archaeology in graduate school for which I completed all coursework with a 4.0 GPA and passed comprehensive examinations. The program was largely science based, focusing on chemistry, statistics, and field work. I gained experience through multiple excavation projects as well as lab-based analyses of artifacts and analysis of history through empirical evidence.
I have years of experience with Mac computers. I own a MacBook Pro, which I use on a daily basis. Most of my devices are Apple products (iPad, iPhone, AppleTV, iPod) and I understand how to use iCloud and how to share information and connect these devices to each other. I use a windows PC at work so I can also teach the differences between PC and Mac systems.
I have used Outlook on nearly an every day basis for 5 years because of the positions I have held at UC Irvine. I am very comfortable navigating in Outlook and know how to manage multiple calendars (including those that are not my own) well.
One of my undergraduate majors at UC Irvine was Classical Civilization. I learned about the literature, language, history, and art of the ancient world, which I find fascinating. I especially love translating the literature from texts in Latin and Ancient Greek, which I was able to practice formally for several years in my undergraduate and graduate career.