More About Me
I decided to pursue tutoring due to my innate passion for knowledge and education. After sixteen years of public education, I continue to enjoy learning every day and look forward to pursuing a Juris Doctorate degree in the coming year. Education has changed the course of my future and inspires me to challenge the scope of my knowledge. One way I enjoy doing this is through the experiences I share with the students I tutor. I believe that each student has a unique way to engage with the learning process, and in the discovery of that process they come to understand their academic potential. I hope to guide students through this process by providing more personalized help, and shaping material in a way that plays to their individual strengths. Ultimately, I love tutoring because it brings me tremendous joy to watch students grow and understand what new approaches to education can mean for them.
Undergraduate University: UC Berkeley
Year of Graduation: 2020
Majors/Minors/Specialization: B.A. in Legal Studies, minor in English
Year of Graduation:
UC Berkeley = 3.97 GPA Northwood High School = 4.0 GPA (unweighted) ACT Score = 33 Student Government - all 4 years of high school Member of the Senate Office (ASUC at Cal) - 2 years AP U.S. History = 5 AP English Literature & Composition = 5 AP Environmental Science = 4 AP Government & Politics = 4
Tutoring expertise in the following K-12 subjects: English, History, Writing, Reading & Comprehension, Math. Tutoring expertise in the following college-level subjects: English, History, Writing, Social Sciences; College Application Essays. Tutoring specialty: Essay editing (college & high school). Currently working with UC Berkeley students as an essay editor.
Philanthropy / Volunteering Experience
Assistance League Alzheimer's Association Writing Tutor/ Editor in Chief Prior Tutor/ Mentor at Claremont Middle School