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경력- WenatcheeValley College 2015년 10월~현재 (2년 7개월)
-Tutor students in GED,HS21+,and ESL Design curriculum for HS21+,
and assist the instructors as need.
-Formation Coordinatorfor Children/Youthprograms
-St.Andrew’s Episcopal Church,Spokane,WA
2013년 8월-2015년 10월(2년 3개월)/스포캔,워싱턴 지역
-Head Tutor-English Language Center
-Gonzaga University 2014년 9월-2015년 9월 (1년 1개월)/스포캔,워싱턴 지역
-Episcopal Diocese of Spokane-Camp Cross (2013년 6월-2013년 8월(3개월)
-Wenatchee Valley College 2012년 10월-2013년 6월(9개월)
-YMCA 2012년 12월-2013년 5월(6개월)
-Suny Plattsburgh 2008년 8월-2012년 5월(3년 10개월)
-Camp Washington 2009년 6월-2009년 8월(3개월)
-Beaver Cross Summer Camp 2008년 6월-2008년8월(3개월)
학력고등 교육 : AmeriCorps Volunteer at Wenatchee Valley College Transitional Studies,
-Master of Arts(M.A), Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language
/ESL Language Instructor (2013년-2015년)
-State University of New York College at Plattsburgh
-Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), French Language and Literature (2007년-2012년)
Beatrice (Bea) Hersh-Tudor is a Basic English instructor at Wenatchee Valley College. She has her Master’s Degree in Teaching English as a Second Language (MA/TESL) from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. Bea has taught English in France, where she was studying French for her Bachelor’s degree in French Language and Literature from SUNY Plattsburgh. She also taught English classes for the community in Spokane, Washington as a volunteer. She spent two years serving in AmeriCorps, a national service organization in the United States. While in AmeriCorps, she helped adults learn English and get their high school diplomas. Her teaching experience includes working with 3rd graders, immigrant and refugee adults, study abroad students, and community members. Bea has presented student engagement topics at multiple conventions. She supports peer teaching and learning, the use of games in the classroom, and the role of the teacher as a guide for the students. She strives to make learning fun and interactive. Bea’s hobbies include sewing, crochet, reading, and singing. She especially looks forward to time spent swimming or kayaking. She hopes to one day travel and immerse herself in the diverse cultures around the world. For now, though, she enjoys helping the people of Wenatchee reach their goals.