I am a B.A candidate for both Philosophy and Computer Science. In addition to my more specialized knowledge in these areas, I pride myself on a breadth of knowledge over many topics. I love history, math, literature, Spanish, physics, and economics. I am an absolute grammar nerd and enjoy revising written work. I scored at or above above 750 on all sections of my SAT, as well as a 32 on my ACT, so I feel comfortable teaching that as well. I would also enjoy teaching ESL students, namely those with Spanish as a first language.
I spent this past summer in Ecuador, teaching indigenous middle-schoolers english, math, and computers skills. Teaching these topics in a second language was essentially tutoring on hard mode. Consequently, this experience prepared me well for any sort of tutoring back in the States.
I also have experience tutoring ACT in my hometown. I was part of a paper revising program in high school. I had a really high quality tutor preparing for standardized testing, so I experienced how a full-time professional tutor operates up-close. Thus, I know...
2015 - 2016
I give group information session speeches for our admissions office. I present alongside an admissions officer, and I interact with high school students on a weekly basis.
Village Education Project (Educaniños)
2015 - 2015
A program in which college students from the US travel to Ecuador and teach English, math, and computer skills to indigenous middle school students.
Laureate Institute for Brain Research
2014 - 2014
Intern for a neuroscientist in Tulsa, OK. Helped process research on people with Major Depression.