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Baruch College (Mathematics)
Georgetown University (Master's)
It all started when I decided to start giving back to my community in 2010. I was a sophomore in college and decided since I have a talent, I should help other students who need help with it. After flipping through channels one day, I saw a local ad for a GED math teacher in my neighborhood. I knew that was my opportunity. I started teaching GED math in 2010 and has since continued to help high school and middle school students in Brooklyn. I taught youth ranging from 14-19. One thing I enjoyed was building a relationship with my students. Not only will I see their grades improve, but as time went on they were more excited about math and school itself. This was my favorite part.
Once I moved to D.C., I stopped tutoring for a while to focus on my graduate degree. However, now that is winding down I would like to start helping students again. I want to continue sharing the math cheer!
I was a math major in college and taught GED math for the 3 years. I also have experience teaching high school and middle students for 3 years.
Please contact me to learn more about my availability. It all started when I decided to start giving back to my community in 2010. I was a sophomore in college and decided since I have a talent, I should help other students who need help with it. After flipping through channels one day, I saw a local ad for a GED Read more
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