It is my duty to offer assistance and guidance in that endeavor, and to never forget that a student is also a person with experiences and knowledge of their own. To an extent, teaching, and thus tutoring, goes both ways if conducted correctly.
I took a variety of courses while there, including history, chemistry, biology, economics, political science, and teacher education. Additionally, I was on the Dean’s List throughout my undergraduate career.
One of my greatest experiences was in 2010 when I participated in an MSU Summer Study Abroad Program in Rome. I lived and studied there, as well as had the opportunity to travel to Venice, Pompeii, and the Italian Riviera; Paris and Versailles in France; and Amsterdam and Utrecht in the Netherlands. My main motivation for going was my love for history, and so I made sure to visit every museum and historical landmark I possibly could.