Given the option, I would be a student for the rest of my life. Though this isn’t possible, the next best option is certainly teaching. I have a passion for sharing knowledge and insight with others, and I don’t want that to end simply because I am not in a conventional classroom.
Currently, I am a tutor at a tutoring company and I am completing private tutoring for students from age 9 to 25 in a variety of topics. With a bachelor of science in psychology and a minor in religious studies, my academic path has taken me across various disciplines and prepared me to tutor students in a wide variety of subjects. Recently, I gained experience teaching in the position of Copy Chief in our on-campus daily newspaper, The Battalion. I worked directly with writers, finding a way not only to improve the quality of their articles, but to also advance their understanding of interview techniques or style guidelines. Working with individual writers and watching them grow with each step they took was one of the most rewarding parts of my job, and one I hope to experience in my role as a tutor.
As a recent graduate of Texas A&M University, I know how important finding a personalized way of learning is for students. Thankfully, I was able to discover this and, as a result, graduated magna cum laude and as an undergraduate research scholar. I believe developing this personalized path for each student is vital to their success, and I will do everything possible to ensure the best plan for every student.
Because of my contract with the tutoring company I am employed by, I cannot instruct students K-12 in math only. I can, however, tutor students in that age range in any of the other subjects I am qualified for and any students outside of that age group.
If a student or guardian is not completely satisfied with their session, they will not be billed.
I look forward to working directly with my students to find their own path to academic achievement!
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