Hello and thank you for viewing my profile! I recently moved to Bradenton to start the next chapter in my life. I am 23 years young and have a Bachelor of Science in Journalism with a minor in history and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Anthropology degree with a concentration in Anthropology from West Virginia University. I've also taken Italian language, forensic science, ethics and geology courses. I have a background in English, anthropology, archaeology, sociology and psychology.... [more]
I teach ESL in Bradenton once a week to Haitian and Hispanic adult learners, and would like to do it even more.
I've taken performing arts classes. I have been in more than 15 theatrical productions. I also went to theatre camp and did community theatre when I was in high school.
I was in choir from 4th grade until 12th grade. I made select choir in 10th grade (it wasn't available to freshmen). I was in an a capella group during college. I sing at open mics and write my own music. I had some professional training when I was younger. Then, in high school, I had one-on-one sessions with our choir instructor. I also sang in many musicals and was asked to sing at community events. Besides reading music and expanding my range, I also learned the correct way to breathe as well as other techniques.
I have a degree in Journalism. We used Adobe InDesign to practice making newspaper pages. I also used this program every day for two years when I worked for WVU's college newspaper, The Daily Athenaeum.
I have a bachelor's degree in Sociology and Anthropology from WVU. I don't have experience yet in teaching it, but I would like to start. I also studied one summer under Dr. Alexis Gray, forensic anthropologist in Southern California, doing hands-on work for the San Bernardino County Police Department.
I have a bachelor's degree in Sociology and Anthropology. During the time I was earning this degree, I learned the history of the discipline as well the proper methods and techniques. I have special knowledge in mesoamerican archaeology. I also spent time studying in California under archaeologist Dr. Craig Goralski, where I did hands-on work exhuming human remains for DNA extraction.