- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
I'm a BA/MA student in International Studies at IU, focusing on women's education, Spanish, the criminal justice system, and related topics. I absolutely love what I study, so I want other students to love these topics too! Through international internships, volunteer translating for a legal clinic, and keeping up with the news in Spanish-speaking areas, I've been able to continue working on my Spanish skills outside of class, so I want to share learning resources that have helped me with other students.
I translate between attorneys and clients during intake sessions, dealing with cases like U-Visas, DACA, and political asylum. I also assist in preparing visa applications for these types of cases.
I interned for an anti-human trafficking organization in Madrid, Spain. There, I worked in a safe house for survivors of trafficking, where I taught a mixture of Spanish grammar, international cultures, cooking, and other domestic skills. I also interviewed women who were detained for prostitution in federal detention centers, gave them resources for assistance, and took case notes.+ Read More