More About Me
Growing up in a low-income family where both my parents were unable to afford any tutors to aid me in my education, I know the importance of education especially at an affordable cost. I struggled as an elementary student due to the fact that I had no one to help me and the last thing I would want now as a college student is for another student to go through the same difficulties as me. My goal is to make sure no student feels left behind simply because they do not understand a concept in school. No student should feel they are falling behind and I strive to make sure that does not happen.
Aside from my passion to provide educational help to students, I have many personal interests such as watching movies, going to theme parks, spending time with family and friends, learning new skills and concepts, and more!
Undergraduate University: UC Irvine
Year of Graduation: 2023
Majors/Minors/Specialization: Biology - Major, Psychological Sciences - Minor
Year of Graduation:
780 Score on SAT Subject Test for Spanish, A score of 4 on the AP Language and Composition test, A score of 5 on the AP Spanish Language and Culture Test
Tutored kids in between grades 3-6 on all subjects at an elementary school in Westminster, California. Additionally, provided one-on-one support for various subject areas throughout high school. Currently, I also help high school seniors on college applications and essays.
Philanthropy / Volunteering Experience
I've volunteered for Habitat for Humanity, Operation Be Kind, and the Make-A-Wish Foundation. I've also volunteered at homeless shelters and interacted with children of all ages in addition to helping them with homework. Additionally, I was unanimously chosen by the Westminster City Council to serve in the City Youth Committee. I've also served as a student advocacy representative for my local school district.