Tutor profile: Kayla S.
Sarah Lawrence College Politics Student
I am currently a junior at Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers, NY. At Sarah Lawrence, every student receives a bachelor in liberal arts and is encouraged to take on interdisciplinary coursework. Many of my classes and extracurricular activities/internships have been in the field of politics, but I also have experience with gender studies, history, media studies, writing, and journalism.
I have experience as a high school writing tutor who worked with students ranging from 9th to 12th grade on English class assignments and college essays. I have worked with students on both more structural writing questions and smaller copyediting concerns.
Sarah Lawrence College
2019 - 2023
Greater Good Initiative, Communications Fellow
2021 - 2022
The Greater Good Initiative is a youth led policy think tank that creates policies and advocates for them to political representatives across the country. In my work as a communications fellow, I have created journalist contact lists and press kits to spread awareness of the policies being written at the Greater Good Initiative.
Sunrise Movement, Sunrise SLC Organizer
2020 - 2022
The Sunrise Movement is a youth led environmental organization that I was involved with through my participation in the Sunrise organizing boot camp. Through this program, I learned about the policy goals and organizing strategies of the organization that I brought to our school's Sunrise club to bring progressive change to our country through campus volunteering.
Panorama Project, Political Researcher
2021 - 2021
I attend workshops with all of the students in the project to hear from experts in the political field about topics like polarization and research bias. The main part of my work was collaborating with a small research group that represents a variety of political ideologies to write a paper on the current state of alternative media in politics.
Students for Bernie Sanders, Founder of SLC Students for Bernie and Campus Corps Leader
2019 - 2020
I participated in a political organizing boot camp where I learned how to be a grassroots organizer. I then started a student organization at my college where I hosted meetings to teach organizing tactics that we used on campus to get out the vote. In the process, I learned about not only how to organize, but how to process our current political moment through conversations with voters.
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