I am a double major in Computer Science and Mechanical Engineering at the George Washington University (GWU). In DC, I spent the majority of my time doing schoolwork, researching, volunteering tutoring at local high-schools, and building my start-up 3D-bioprinter business.
I spent three years during high school as a Camp Counselor at the Yale Peabody Museum teaching campers interested in fun topics such as Space, Dinosaurs, Mad Science, and more.
I have volunteer tutored at underprivileged high-schools in the DC area throughout my university education at GWU in areas that are my main focus, mathematics and science, as well as classes such as Social Studies and Spanish.
I currently work for GWU's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences as a paid employee tutoring students ages freshman through senior year in...
The George Washington University, Tutor (University Employee)
2015 - Present
- Worked in group review/learning sessions and one-on-one to teach STEM courses to university students (freshman through senior year)
- Responsible for knowledge of course material including but not limited to: Calculus I/II/III, Physics I/II, Chemistry, Circuit Theory, Heat Transfer, Statics, Dynamics, Statistics, Introduction to Java, Introduction to C, Introduction to Software Development, Databases and Team Projects, Discrete Structures I/II, Computer Architecture, Mechatronics, and more.
- Proficient in tutoring computer science...
Strive for College, Volunteer Tutor
2012 - 2014
- Worked weekly at various underprivileged high-schools to teach students in courses they were not acheiving acceptable standards in (C- or worse)
- Taught up to 8 individual students at once in a range of subjects
- Handled one-on-one issues and complications in learning for each student concurrently
- Tutored subjects ranging from Mathematics to Geography to Foreign Languages even will little to no background in the subject previously
Yale Peabody Museum, Camp Counselor
2010 - 2012
- Created and implemented various lesson plans, group activities, and games focused on the current week's theme (Astronomy, Dinosaurs, Bugs, Drawing in Nature, etc.)
- Organized and lead a variety of small and large group activities each week
- Identified and responded to camper behavior issues, communicated with parents about participant’s experiences and reported concerns to camp leadership/management