Hannah B. offers English Lessons, Reading Lessons, Spelling Lessons, and...

Tutor in New York, NY 10007

New York, NY 10007


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Price starts at: $15.00

Subjects: American Literature, AP English, AP English Literature, English, English Literature, Essay Writing, Literature, Reading, Spelling, Writing

I have been tutoring for over 6 years now and have worked on everything from personal creative writing projects to senior theses to college writing assignments. I graduated with a BA in Literature from Purchase College in 2014 to start my publishing career. I am an avid reader as my background suggests – I love reading in every capacity and share my enthusiasm with all of my students. My favorite genres are classic American literature, metafiction, and popular science though I read everything in between as well. Past students have been known to call me vibrant, imaginative, and ambitious. One of my greatest joys as a tutor is to help see students all the way through challenging projects. I pay very close attention to the needs of my students and feel it is highly important to facilitate a comfortable but structured working environment for each student’s particular challenges.

  • Studio Equipment *
    Various Anthologies and Reading Materials
    Apple Computer
    Pens and Paper
  • Specialties *
    American Literature
    Short Stories
    Cultural Theory
    Writing Structure
    Preparation for Assignments

Child Ages:
3 weeks - 17 years
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Date: September 15, 2010 – May 15, 2014
School: SUNY Purchase
Degree: BA in Humanities, concentration in Literature
Description: 3.56 GPA; Honors

Date: September 15, 2007 – June 15, 2010
School: Nathan Hale-Ray High School
Degree: High School
Description: 3.5 GPA, AP English, AP Spanish, AP Art History, member of the FFA


Date: December 15, 2014
Organization: Baker Literary Scouting Inc.
Title: Literary Scout’s Assistant
Description: Baker Literary Scouting is a full-service literary consulting company which helps contracted foreign publishing houses to see what’s on the US book market first so they have a chance to acquire translation rights. In order to fully serve our clients, I liaise with US publishing house and agencies in order to keep on top of the latest works in both fiction and nonfiction. I also schedule clients for/attend book fairs and conferences. My work requires a keen eye for detail and talent and as such I am able to “diagnose” works for their merit, strengths, and possible improvements.

With my help, some of our clients have won prestigious awards over the course of the past 2 years and have successfully grown their lists to include a wide array of American projects.

Date: January 15, 2014 – January 15, 2015
Organization: Foundry Literary and Media
Title: Intern
Description: I worked under a literary agent reading manuscript submissions and providing a second pair of eyes on important existing clients’ works. I discussed projects closely with my agent and helped her to decide who she should represent.

Date: September 15, 2013 – December 15, 2013
Organization: SUNY Purchase Literature Department
Title: Senior Peer Mentor
Description: I advised and ran workshops with students under the head professor of pedagogy at Purchase college. In addition to my previous duties as a peer mentor, I also worked closely with new peer mentors to help them facilitate discussions in small groups. I acted as a senior advisor for new peer mentors and helped to cultivate their individual relationships with one another and their students. This involved helping them to pair with students one-on-one to ensure a fully-assisted learning community.

Date: September 15, 2011 – December 15, 2012
Organization: SUNY Purchase Literature Department
Title: Peer Mentor
Description: I advised students under the head professor of pedagogy at Purchase college. I worked with students to form and articulate convincing arguments. In addition, I ran workshops with students to facilitate an environment where people could get constructive criticism from their peers. I held meetings and worked on aspects of writing on a case-by-case basis. Many of my students went on to be peer mentors themselves, and we are still very much in contact years after teaching them.

My students have gone on to work at literary agencies, Teach for America, and graduate programs for the arts. Many of my peer mentor colleagues continue to be in close contact with me as we’ve wound up working together in the publishing world.

Date: January 15, 2011 – December 15, 2012
Organization: Learning Center, SUNY Purchase
Title: Tutor
Description: I worked with students in all stages of writing. At the learning center, I helped people to organize their writing materials and research, write senior projects and capstones, and I worked with them on edits made by their professors. My tutoring differentiated based on the specific challenges that presented themselves in each project. I often helped students from start to finish with works that they felt passionately about. It is here that I found my passion for editing and my keen eye for detail while still keeping the integrity of each writers’ work.

I also helped students who sent their work via the student portal – I diagnosed their specific strengths and weaknesses in order to solidify theses, improve grammar, and overall “tone” their writing for professorial review.

I was featured in the Purchase College 2014 Learning Center brochure as a prominent tutor.


Language: English
Proficiency: Fluent / Native Proficiency

Language: Spanish
Proficiency: Limited Proficiency


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