I taught chemistry at university level in Venezuela (South America). I am a substitute teacher for public schools at Washtenaw County, Michigan. I am also an instructor of Spanish language for the Lifelong Learning Program at Washtenaw Community College (Spanish is my native language).
I teach Spanish in person and by Skype. My focus is: first, listening comprehension; second, conversational skills and third, grammar and vocabulary.
I got a scholarship for my master's degree from Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho Foundation and I belong to the all-time honor roll of receivers of this scholarship.
I have a degree in chemistry and a master in environmental chemistry. I also got an international diploma in sustainable development from World Federation of United Nations Associations (A branch of U.N.O.)
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