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Ray tutors in Washington, DC

Ray F.

Private tutor in Washington, DC

Education

University of Maryland, B.A. Journalism graduate with a minor in Spanish, Summa Cum Laude

Experience

For the past seven years, I've been a mentor to more than a dozen college and graduate students, whose requests ranged from writing help to career advice. Many of them now write for The Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal. Before that, I advised and helped edit two prominent high school newspapers in New York City (one is Stuyvesant High School). Since 2007, I've also volunteered as a crisis lifeline counselor for a national organization that serves LGBT and questioning youth. Helping students achieve their dreams is why I want to be a tutor. P.S. Preference is to meet at a public place, like the library or the National Portrait Gallery courtyard.

Availability

Any day at any time, Weekdays in the evening

Can Meet

Up to 5 minutes away for no additional charge, Up to 30 minutes away for no additional charge

Hobbies

Love trivia and board games; watch competitive reality shows like "The Amazing Race" and "Dancing with the Stars"; play tennis and endure jogging when it's not so cold outside. Besides that, I just try to keep current with the stacks of the New Yorker waiting for me to read.

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