Tutor profile: Georgios A.
Berkeley Grad Student
Recent graduate in Economics and International Affairs from GWU (Summa Cum Laude, Special Honors) and incoming grad student of Public Policy at Berkeley University, with a passion for teaching social sciences. My field of expertise is energy policy, particularly energy assistance programs for low-income households and community-owned energy systems. I am passionate for social justice and a firm believer in using academic research to enact positive change and empower society's most vulnerable. In my free time, I enjoy reading, hiking,
Besides endless hours of informal social science tutoring for friends and family, I also have more than five years of experience as a volunteer tutor with various community service organisations such as the International Rescue Committee. I have designed and taught classes in subjects such as environmental sustainability, American history and civics, computer literacy, Greek, and English, for underprivileged youth, low-income communities, and refugees. My teaching philosophy relies on linking theoretical social science concepts to everyday...
University of California - Berkeley
2022 - 2024
George Washington University
2015 - 2020
APPRISE Inc., Policy Analyst
2019 - 2020
Conducted interviews, designed surveys, and performed advanced statistical analyses in the context of evaluation studies for state and federal low-income, energy assistance and conservation programs
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