Emily M.

Emily M.


Merrick, NY 11566

Will travel 20 miles

$75 per hour.

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College level writing tutor

I was a Psychology major and Writing Studies and Composition minor at Hofstra University. I graduated magna cum laude, with high departmental honors, and was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa academic honor society in 2014. While in college, I took classes in grammar and usage, editing and proofreading, scientific writing, technical writing, writing across the curriculum, and the teaching of writing. I also worked as a tutor in the university's Writing Center for several years and acted as a t... [more]


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Through my Writing Studies and Composition minor in college, I completed several writing courses that allowed me to write about a variety of theater related topics; specifically, the Broadway shows that I attend frequently in NYC. I have written musical album review articles, show analysis papers, and multimedia theater history projects. I have also taken part in professional internships at Broadway Teachers Workshop (2014-2016) and Beat by Beat Press (2015), and I am currently acting as a Producing Fellow for Convergences Theatre Collective.

Microsoft Windows

I have been using Microsoft Windows computers since I was a young child. I have used them for personal use (social media, games, etc.), academic use (high school, undergraduate college, and graduate school), and professional use (careers, internships, and fellowships).

Microsoft Publisher

Throughout my undergraduate college experience at Hofstra University, I used Microsoft Publisher in a variety of contexts. Many assignments in my Writing Studies and Composition courses included a written paper, as well as brochures, newsletter pages, or other creative, visual documents, and I used Microsoft Publisher to create them. Microsoft Publisher allowed me to insert text, images, and colors in a creative manner. I also used Microsoft Publisher to create brochures and newsletters in order to publicize the university's Writing Center to the student body and faculty.