I am Quejioun D. Johnson, a Morehouse College, from Tifton, GA. I am a Freshman, majoring in Mathematics and minoring in Education. I believe that every child is capable of obtaining the highest level of intellect. I believe they all are students of pride, promise, purpose, and prosperity. I have a passion for youth development and wrestling. For the year of 2015-2016, I coached the Tifton Takedown Wrestling Club, sent seven students to the state tournament, with five placing in the top six. Over my career I have interned in multiple school systems, building character, charisma, and compassion. I have taught first grade science and social studies, improving test scores on Georgia Milestones. I have enjoyed dedicating my life to my passions and now, I have the honor of serving as a Future Foundation Program Aide at the McNair Teen Center site.
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