I am a current student at the University of St Andrews, and in the Joint Degree Programme with William & Mary. As an International Relations major, I have a good basis of knowledge in government, as well as in US and European History. Throughout high school, I took several APs, earning 5s in Psychology, Literature and Composition, Language and Composition and US History and 4s in European History and US Government and Politics. I am also a native Polish speaker. As someone who has struggled with math and science and overcome those challenges,
In the past, I worked as a teacher's assistant in my Polish school, helping with the creation of curricula and teaching young students the language. During high school, I worked as a self-employed tutor, helping students in English, History and Psychology. The students that I worked with went on to excel in the courses they took and in the case of AP Psychology, were able to pass the exam with a 3.
Polgroup Corporation, Document Management Specialist
2017 - 2017
Within this job, I helped Polgroup Corporation in entering data for shipments.
2016 - 2017
Throughout high school, I tutored a multitude of students in History, Psychology, and English. The students I worked with showed great progress in their studies and were able to successfully pass all of the courses they'd previously struggled with.
Polska Szkola im. Frederyka Chopina, Teacher's Assistant
2014 - 2017
As a teacher's assistant, I helped organise a language curriculum for young students and assisted teachers in managing a classroom. Working with young children, I developed skills of negotiation, compromise, and effective communication with parents, students, and teachers.
EOHSI, Rutgers University (Partnership with Liberty Science Centre), Intern
2015 - 2015
Within my internship at the Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute at Rutgers University, I was able to experience the workings of a research and laboratory facility. During my time at the University, I was part of a pilot study and was expected to prepare a presentation for a symposium at the end of my time there. This experience taught me to be systematic and immensely detail-oriented, as I often worked independently to come up with the best solution to my team's research question.