### Award-Winning Elementary Math Tutors in South Park, CA

Hope ...and a minor in Spanish from Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego where I competed on the tennis team for four years. I tutored throughout college for peers, high school students, and middle school students. I also taught private tennis lessons for six years after high school. I am very passionate about teaching! I...

Point Loma Nazarene University - BA, Nutrition and Food

Ani ...a minor in Education. After graduating, I was accepted into the Teach for America Corps for the 2013 crop year; however, I decided to defer my acceptance until next year, so that I may begin my master program first. I am now a Master of Public Administration student at USC hoping to graduate by 2015....

University of California-Berkeley - BA, Sociology and Education (minor)

University of Southern California - MPA, Public Admistration

David ...day; and to learn from every situation that is presented before us. He showed me that education can be extremely fun and exciting! I was one of many misguided students who saw him as the coolest teacher in the world. One could not wish for a greater role model. If I could connect with one...

California State University-Fullerton - BA, Psychology

Darryl ...epidemiology, but have taught and tutored college level and high school level biology and mathematics. I believe that both tutoring and mentoring are parts of the process of learning. In my free time, I try to travel as much as much as possible, and my goal is to travel to a new country every year.

University of California-San Diego - BS, Biochemistry

University of Texas at Houston - MPH, Epidemiology

University of Southern California - PhD, Epidemiology

Ryan ...most passionate about Math particularly Algebra. I feel that Math is an excellent subject everyone can learn and enjoy! In my experience, I have acquired alternative techniques in teaching to help students understand that math can be very fun, which gears students toward a less threatening approach to the subject. Viewing a student's face light...

Beverly ...hiking, or family activities. I find it very rewarding to tutor and love doing it. As a student myself, I have found tutors very helpful. They help not only when I struggle but when I need reinforcement of the material. I would like to share the same experience with my students by exploring mathematics not...

Aziz ...to be the most interesting and fun to teach. Though they seem daunting, showing students real life examples of both subjects has helped them realize how applicable and useful these subjects can be, ranging from topics in economics to astronautical engineering to the fashion industry. My teaching style is based on breaking down problems into...

University of Southern California - BS, Industrial and Systems Engineering

Mark ...always succeeded at is not just showing somebody how to do a particular type of math problem, but also the fundamentals behind it. I have experience in teaching shortcuts to make math easier, and have the ability to relate math to other topics to make it more understandable. I have tutored students from the elementary...

Christina ...explain concepts and work through problems in a clear and engaging manner. I love teaching, and strive to make each personalized lesson enjoyable and productive. In addition to math and science, I can teach the skills and strategies students need to reach their goals on the ACT, GRE, or AP tests. I also enjoy working...

Northwestern University - Bachelors, Computer Science

Alison ...different pace, and it is my job to accommodate each student’s needs. I establish a connection with each student to ensure he or she feels comfortable to express his or her questions and concerns. I enjoy working with students of all ages, which is why my subject areas include middle school math all the way...

University of Southern California - BSEE, Electrical Engineering