I am a dynamic and very motivated guy who is always willing to provide his best for whatever he tries to do.
I am originally from Ivory Coast; I move to the United States in 2009 to keep on my studies. When I was in my country, I used to tutor elementary, middle and high school students in Math and Science.
When I arrived in the United States, I could not do this job because I did not have the language to teach students since my first language is French. Now I am ready for that because I have increased my knowledge of English greatly. I was the 2012-2013 Chemistry Club president of New York City College of Technology, so I have hosted a lot of workshops. Furthermore, my mentor Professor Alberto Martinez and I are doing research on Alzheimer's disease, so I have also done couple oral presentations at the Emerging Scholar posters presentation at City Tech, at New York Undergraduate Symposium at City College of New York, and next LSAMP undergraduate summer 2013 research at City College of New York. I am a member of ACELL (Advancing Chemistry by Enhancing Learning in the Laboratory) at City Tech. I obtained my Associate Degree in Chemical Technology in June 2013, and I am transferring to City College of New York into the Chemical Engineering program.
I am honest, a hard-worker, motivated, a good advisor, and always ready to help others. Thus, if you have me as your kid's tutor, they will have a chance to learn French besides Math and science subjects that I can teach as well.
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