Greetings! I am currently a senior in CUNY Macaulay Honors College at Hunter College, pursuing a BA/MA in Adolescent Education in Physics. As the title states, I'm studying to become a high school physics teacher. Many have asked why, and I told them that I love science and working as a mentor to the youth.
I was a tutor in high school for 3 years, helping underclassmen and peers in subjects such as math and science. After high school, I worked in a summer internship as an assistant math teacher in a summer camp for middle schoolers. I've also previously worked as an assistant chess teacher for elementary school children. And so, I've had experience working with the youth as young as 4 years old to as old as seniors in high school.
I can also provide lessons in swimming as I started swimming at the early age of 3. I didn't start competitive swimming until I was 11, but I've continued it on my high school team and currently on the Hunter College Women's Swimming Team. I'm knowledgeable in all 4 strokes, along with diving starts and flip turns. I am also a certified lifeguard, trained in CPR and First Aid.
I consider myself an excellent student in math and science ever since my pre-high school days, but even as a college student, I feel I still have more to learn. In and out of the classroom, I'll be growing to become a more effective teacher. Don't be afraid to shoot me an e-mail if interested, and I'll respond as soon as possible. Take care!
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