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Christine Ducz is the Little Reading Coach. In this interview she demonstrates how her graduate degree has boosted her career and allowed her to open her own tutoring business.
Holly Fudge is a former elementary school teacher turned law student who shares her drive and passion with us.
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Malka Fleischmann shares her experiences getting a unique degree and her thoughts on finding the right job for you.
Estee Katcoff gives us insight into how her MBA allowed her to start a non-profit organization in Paraguay and a tutoring company in the US simultaneously. 1. What is one sentence you would use to describe who you are and what you do? I am a problem-solver talented in building cross-sectoral relationships; I combined my … Continue reading How to Fund Your Non-Profit
The GRE General Test is made up of Writing test, a Verbal Reasoning measure, and a Quantitative Reasoning measure. The test will begin with one hour for Writing and then will alternate between Verbal and Quantitative sections. Two sections each of Verbal and Quant will count towards your score, but you should expect to see … Continue reading What to Expect on GRE Quantitative Reasoning
Kayla Kirshenbaum, a writer, shares her experiences studying poetry and, now, professional writing.