I recently graduated from New York University with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a minor in Chemistry. I was also a pre-medical student and completed extensive science coursework, including advanced chemistry, biology, and physics. Currently, I am in my gap year before beginning medical school in the fall at Tulane School of Medicine. Throughout college and presently, I have been a dedicated volunteer and have taken leadership roles in Habitat for Humanity and in my community service based sorority, Delta Kappa Delta.
One of my current volunteer positions is a facilitator for a health education class for teenage students, titled "What About Me?", a program that was designed by the Center of Disease Control and implemented by The Women's Fund. As a result of my diverse experiences, I work well with students of all ages and find it rewarding to see them succeed. I have tutored elementary, middle, and high school students independently in the past. I also tutor students on a volunteer basis through a program at BYCEMinistries, Inc. that serves lower income families. I am very passionate about helping others, especially students. My teaching method entails a personalized and step-wise approach as well as an optimistic attitude.
After experiencing the challenges of a competitive high school and college environment myself, I am very knowledgeable in the demands of academics, standardized tests, and college preparation. Not only am I a great resource for students of all ages, I make it a priority to encourage students to reach their full potential and discover their interests and goals.
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