More About Me
I have always loved teaching and leading, and with a shift to an emphasis of online learning, I believe tutoring will provide me an opportunity to assist as many students as possible. Every student has their own potential; with a one-on-one tutor, students can visualize that potential, tap into new skills, and grow their confidence as a learner. I love being able to provide that experience for a student and provide them with that individualized learning that can help them reach new heights. In addition to tutoring, I love to play tennis, listen to music, dance, and draw!
Undergraduate University: SUNY Binghamton
Year of Graduation: 2018
Majors/Minors/Specialization: BA in Spanish/Education
Graduate University: New York University
Year of Graduation: 2020
Majors/Minors/Specialization: MA in Childhood and Special Edu
Undergraduate: Dean's List Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society New Member Educator in Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi Graduate: 21st Century Scholarship
Long term substitute teacher in a 6th grade ELA classroom (helped transition curriculum to remote learning and taught lessons remotely) Student teacher in 1st, 2nd, 4th, and 6th grade classrooms, both ICT and general Head teacher for 4 and 5 year olds in a summer prep center Assistant teacher for a nursery classroom Classroom assistant in a 2nd grade classroom
Philanthropy / Volunteering Experience
I have participated in many philanthropic events. I have participated in my sorority's lip sync battle to raise money for the Sunshine Camp, which allows sick children and their siblings to attend summer camp for free; participated in a recyclable fashion show to raise money for American Jewish World Service; have raised money for COVID-related charities; have participated in "Think Fit for Kids", an annual event and auction which raises money for pediatric brain cancer awareness and research. I have volunteered in many classrooms and the YWCA.