I am an enthusiastic individual who enjoys learning and sharing that learning with people of all ages. I have been an active member of Jumpstart Americorp working with inner city pre-school children in Pittsburgh, and an avid volunteer at the Center for Creative Play in the same city when it still existed. I have also student taught biology and chemistry related classes at the undergraduate level, taught a freshman calculus class and taken a variety of other classes in the sciences and mathematics. I am experienced at working with Computers including the Microsoft Office Suite (Work, Excel, Publisher) and love using technology to efficiently advance learning. I typically do lessons in person and am looking forward to trying to teach online as the opportunity presents itself.
I enjoy making connections between things and am currently a researcher and technician in the Chemistry Department of MIT working with mammalian cell cultures and sub-cellular molecular imaging of neurons. Please give me the opportunity to help you learn more about some of these subjects and how they relate to the real world!
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