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Michael

Bachelors: BA in Philosophy (2013)
I'm a freelance translator with a passion for linguistics and language learning. I love talking about language learning, philosophy and more! I'm also a big music enthusiast (played a lot when I was younger), and have recently been exploring lots of Japanese artists. Certified in teaching ESL with 2...
Emily

Emily

Bachelors: Honours Biology (2012)
My name is Emily , I am 21 and live in downtown Toronto. I recently graduated from McMaster University in Honours Biology. I have a strong background in various topics in biology (eg. physiology, ecology, genetics etc) and have experience teaching a variety of subjects to students of diverse backgro...

Mizuki

Oak Bay
Japanese
College: psychology (2002)
Konnichiha! Hajimemachite, My name is Mizuki. I have been working with some students for the past five years, teaching group and one-on-one lessons in Victoria and Tokyo, Japan. I really enjoy helping students meet their goals. I teach personalized conversation lessons based on students' interests...

Sunny

Markham
Music, Chinese, Japanese
Masters: Education (2013)
I am majored in education and finished Master degree in 2013 in Japan. I have two kid and I am interested in teaching. I started to lear violin from 5 years old and I have about 10 years experience for teaching. I have been teaching and tutoring students from pre-school to high school since 2008....

Natsusa

Mount Royal
Japanese
College: nutritionist (2016)
My name is Natsusa. I'm from the south part of Japan, Fukuoka and now living in Montreal, Canada. I used to show foreign tourists around the city side of Fukuoka in English and Japanese voluntarily. Since I had experience of teaching junior high school students English before, this time I would like...

Jesse

Bachelors: East Asian Language Studies (2019)
I am a 21 year old student currently completing the last year of my bachelors degree in East Asian Language Studies with a minor in English at the University of Calgary. I recently spent a year studying in Japan and am fluent in Japanese. I also have a high level of English and have acted as a peer...
Liudmila

Liudmila

Bachelors: Lapanese language (1995)
I am very patient and approachable, passionate about teaching. I really enjoy working with students and their parents. I take my job very seriously and care for my students. Russian native speaker with University degree and 12 years of experience in teaching Japanese language in the University in Ru...

Jazz

Other: Visiting Student (2018)
・I am a Filipino but I lived and is currently in my 2nd year in a university in Nagoya, Japan. ・I am currently in a study abroad program in the University of Calgary for the next 6 months ・Been teaching both Japanese and English in Japan. ・I've taught English to students ranging from Elementary s...

Claire

Vaughan
Bachelors: Bachelors of arts in psychology (2018)
I am a psychology graduate who is trilingual (English, Chinese, and Japanese). I am a freelance writer in daytime and a Behavioral therapist during weekends. I am very easy going and love to teach in interactive, creative, and engaging ways! I have experiences tutoring elementary students, high scho...

Nicole

Hamilton
Math, Art, Japanese, Spanish
College: Mechanical Engineering Technology (2015)
Hi there! My name is Nicole, and I'm a biomechanical lab technician. I work with circuitry and chemistry to better understand the ways that our bodies react to artificial implants. Though I originally studied Art, I ended up switching to Mechanical Engineering in 2015 due to my passion for technolog...

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