I am a native Chinese language speaker and still looking for any good nursing program. Moreover, I want to earn more professionally accredited certificates during this pandemic. I had been working on my ITTT TEFL and TESOL training since the beginning of last October. In the same month, I got accepted from Southern New Hampshire University and enrolled in their Community Health Education online program. I was so excited and nervous about this new experience, but I am doing well so far. I finished my human subjects research training from the CITI program on December 4, which is only valid for three years. I completed the 50-hour CTEYL (Certificate of Teaching English for Young Learners) course on October 1 and got the certificate on October 4. I just had a short-term experience teaching Mandarin Chinese this year. I accomplished the 120-hour TEFL/TESOL training course at International TEFL/TESOL training (ittt) on March 30 and got TESOL certified on April 1. I was graduated from College of DuPage with AS, AA, and AGS in May 2018.
I love volunteering and interpretation for all kinds of people. Here, I'd love to help others to understand the language I usually speak. If I can do some specific subjects, I would like to help students to understand the material for mathematical and psychological statistics, sociology, psychology: Life Spin, Humanities, and Chinese and French history. I had an experience teaching kids art design at a sunday school for two years. I also had an experience assisting the director of Humanities department in teaching kids Humanities there for one year.
Undergraduate Degree: PLA Institute of International Relations - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL)
Design, Bel Canto, writing, compose music, cooking, volunteering, interpretation, organizing, and etc.