Ever since graduating college last spring, I have missed the academic atmosphere: sharing knowledge between peers, learning from professors, keeping my mind busy with writing
and research... This is why I decided to tutor; to engage in a learning environment in which the student and teacher can learn and grow from each other.
Previously, I was hired by my college's Learning Center in the role of Writing Tutor. In the twelve months before graduation, I worked with college students (ages 18 to 50) to help improve their academic essays for classes ranging from literary theory to biology
, and sometimes even lab reports from fourth-year nursing
students. Not only did I work with the students on the basics of writing - like vocabulary
, syntax, sentence structure, flow, etc. - but I assisted in shaping thoughts and topics for the required subject. I fell in love with tutoring - watching my favorite students come back with improved grades, armed with the skills to write better, more cohesive papers for their classes.
I specialize in writing and elementary & high school math
, and history
. As an English
major, I have extensive experience writing and theorizing. I also spent more than two years on my college newspaper - first, as a staff writer, then rising in the ranks to become a columnist, then copy editor
, to spend my final year as the Arts & Entertainment Editor. This role required delegating work and overseeing the entire A&E section. I can digest material quickly, and pass on the information efficiently.
I think it is important to mention that my experience nannying for a family with a 3- and 7-year-old has allowed me to become accustomed to interacting with younger students, as well. I understand their needs and have insight into how they like to learn.
Feel free to ask any questions you might have about me or my tutoring methods! I drive an electric scooter which allows me to navigate around the city quickly and easily, and I am able to tutor wherever you would prefer. I look forward to hearing from you!