Over the last five years, I've tutored countless children and young adults in both classroom and one-on-one settings. Some of my past students are currently enrolled in USC, UCLA, University of Wisconsin, Cornell, Ohio State University, etc. Although I specialize in humanities subjects such as English, history, art history, foreign language (Spanish), and writing, I enjoy tutoring students in biology, psychology, and mathematics (up to Pre-Calculus). In high school, I received a five on AP Spanish Literature, AP Spanish Language, AP Biology, AP US History, AP English Language, and AP English Literature. I received a four in AP Art History. In college, I studied philosophy at Columbia University in New York. As a result, I am very passionate about elementary and symbolic logic! I also studied art history with a focus on eighteenth to twentieth century Western art. I've spent an extensive amount of time abroad. When I was 20, I moved to London to study art firsthand. I have been to over 25 countries!
My experience tutoring started when I volunteered for the Boys and Girls Club throughout high school. At Columbia, I was a tutor for Peer Health Exchange, a company that trains college students to teach sexual and health education to high school students. During my time with Peer Health, I taught my portion of the twelve-part curriculum to a new classroom of students every week. Oftentimes, I would have to teach the class in both English and Spanish to communicate effectively. Thus, I have experience with students from all types of backgrounds. I also worked for the Double Discovery Center, a program that enlists the help of college students to spend a few days a week tutoring a classroom of middle school students in various subjects. Finally, I've helped several students complete essays for college applications.
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