Award-Winning French Tutors in Washington, DC
Cindy "... I have spent most of my lifetime outside the U.S.—I was born in Belgium and have lived in Germany and France before coming to the U.S. I am a native French speaker with near fluency in German. My tutoring experience includes working with students of varying ages and abilities..."
Robin "...as a financial journalist for Standard & Poor’s. While the job had been a thrilling learning experience, I knew that sitting in front of a computer all day hardly made a positive impact on anyone. However, that experience, combined with my many journalism internships, have qualified me to be the faculty advisor of The View. I am now in my tenth year of teaching, having taught eight years of French and tutored one year of English as a Second Language..."
State University of NY at Geneseo - BA, French and Communication (Journalism/Media Studies)
The Ohio State University - MA, Foreign and Second Language Education
Francis "...I love cooking, reading good books, traveling the world, and, yes, playing soccer. I have over 20 years of experience teaching and tutoring French to non-speakers. I helped many government officials to pass the rigorous Foreign Service Institute test and I am proud of it..."
University of Douala - Bachelors, French Literature
Morganne "...I have a strong academic background and have earned degrees from Fordham University (BA Theater, French), and the University of Tennessee (MFA Theater). I have taught students of all ages from kindergarten to high school, college, and senior citizens. I specialize in helping students find alternative paths to learning through my theater background..."
Sarah "...I am currently in my 3rd and final year of graduate school at Georgetown University, pursuing two Master's degrees, one in International Affairs and one in Public Policy. Professionally, I have worked for federal and municipal government, as well as various NGOs. I have lived and worked in multiple cities around the world, including Chicago, Cleveland, Paris, France, Pristina, Kosovo and Washington, D.C..."
Baldwin-Wallace University - BA, French, International Studies, Communication Studies (triple major)
Georgetown University - MS, MPP, International Affairs and Public Policy (dual degree)
Adam "...I then attended the University of Virginia, or simply, "the University," in Charlottesville, VA where I graduated with my MA in Foreign Affairs, concentrating on Comparative Politics and International Relations. I tutored French for about a year-and-a-half while in college and taught for two years as a teaching assistant in graduate school in addition to teaching Sunday school for almost four years and leading youth and young adult programs at my parishes. As my degrees might hint, I adore politics - American and otherwise - but I am equally passionate about History, French, and Writing..."
Karen "... An alumna of Smith College, I spent several years in Germany and France as a university student (studying art history and French culture). Simply put, I enjoy exploring language—learning the nuances of vocabulary, grammar, and phonetics. And, as I often tell myself, learning a language isn’t hard: children across the world do it..."
Sarah "...I have been tutoring math consistently during the school year for the past two years; my work has encompassed both homework coaching and exam review. So much of grade school math is learning to see connections between concepts and build on earlier work. When I help students with math, I guide them towards making connections and ensure that they understand how concepts are interrelated - the Pythagorean theorem and the distance formula, for instance. I believe that the best way to make sure a student remembers a theorem or formula is to teach them how and why it works..."
Kayla "...I received my Bachelor's Degree in International Studies with a minor in French Literature, and I spent a year of my time as an Undergraduate studying Political Science in Paris, France. I am a certified ESL instructor, so after I graduated I spent two years teaching English as a Foreign Language to High School students in Japan. Foreign language has quickly become one my favorite subject to tutor! Outside of my work in Japan I have also tutored refugee students in San Diego in English and various other subjects via the International Rescue Committee..."
Bryann "...My students have come from various backgrounds, from middle school in suburban New Jersey to graduate school at Harvard. I have a deep love of learning and sharing my learning strategies with a diverse pool of students with an eye toward tangible success. During the week, I research economics and public policy..."