I’ve long enjoyed the thrill of explaining something and seeing understanding dawn on the other person’s face. I have more than 8 years' tutoring experience in the U.S. and France in a wide variety of subjects. I began formally tutoring in high school as part of my National Honor Society service, and I’ve been tutoring in some capacity ever since: while at Williams College, I worked part-time as an elementary school classroom aide, focusing on math and science; when I spent my junior year abroad in Aix-en-Provence, France, I volunteered twice a week at a local cultural center, providing after-school help in (of course) English, but soon math, French, and history as well; and my first job out of college was as a teaching assistant in English at a high school in Caen, France. While living there, I also tutored English part-time. Since then, I’ve informally tutored English and French comprehension, grammar, and pronunciation.
I graduated number one in my high school class, earning a combined 2280 on the new SAT, and I graduated cum laude from Williams College in 2010 with a major in art and a minor in French. While there, I took full advantage of Williams’s high-quality liberal arts offerings, taking classes in a variety of other disciplines, including linear algebra, three semesters of major-track physics, and introductory computer science, as well as playing trombone in the student jazz ensemble, student symphony, and several other ensembles.
I’ve always enjoyed learning, and I strive to inspire that same love in all my students. I look forward to working with you!
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