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Azaliah Oduwole
College Admissions Counselor
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University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) – B.A. in Psychology

Educational/Counseling Experience:

In school at UCLA, Azaliah worked as a PLF (Peer Learning Facilitator) for incoming students. She worked in the English Composition class where she met one-on-one with 20+ students for an hour every week to plan, brainstorm ideas, write, and edit their essays. In addition, she worked with providing answers and tips to the students on how to approach college life and get acclimated to the UCLA/college culture. In addition, she collaborated with them to develop efficient notetaking, time management, and organizational skills.

Counseling Philosophy:

"In order to effectively help students, I believe that it is important to establish a good relationship with them. The way I approach this is by having open and consistent communication with both the parents and the students so they can come to me with any questions that they may have, no matter how big or small. Another effective way I approach my sessions is by is being able to find a way to make learning fun and engaging for the student. Last, but not least, encouragement is an important thing for students to have. As they approach new territories, whether it is with new subjects, college, or anything else, being able to provide that support can help build a confident and successful student."


Educational Philosophy: 

“Seeing how every student has different destinations, strengths and weaknesses, the goal is to build upon their strengths, while significantly enhancing areas of improvement to promote a well-balanced and successful student.”

Interesting Fact: 

I have been to every continent except Antarctica!

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