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A photo of Robin who is one of our French tutors in Washington DC
"...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..."

My Education

  • State University of NY at Geneseo - BA, French and Communication (Journalism/Media Studies)
  • The Ohio State University - MA, Foreign and Second Language Education

Tutoring Subjects:

French, Reading, Writing, ESL/ELL and 7 other subjects.
A photo of Morganne who is one of our French tutors in Washington DC
"...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..."

My Education

  • Fordham University - BA, Theater, French
  • University of Tennessee - MFA, Theater
  • State Certified Teacher

Tutoring Subjects:

French, Grammar and Mechanics, Elementary Math, Middle School Math and 36 other subjects.
A photo of Haley who is one of our French tutors in Washington DC
"...Directly after graduating I moved to Washington, D.C., and have worked in Communications for international Human Rights, Development for Global Health Research, Public Relations, and Education. I have been a Teaching Associate at a Montessori School, and am very involved in Horizons Greater Washington, a nonprofit organization providing academic, cultural, and recreational programs designed to empower students to realize their full potential. I am also a 2nd grade teacher with DCPS. The tutoring topics I am most passionate about are writing and Public Speaking, because I love working with students and helping them discover their voice, and different ways of expressing themselves as confident, intelligent individuals..."

My Education

  • University of California, Davis - BA, Communication

Tutoring Subjects:

French, History, Other, Special Education and 50 other subjects.
A photo of Benjamin who is one of our French tutors in Washington DC
"...Yes, the body requires exercise to remain healthy and to develop further, but so too does the mind! The brain is metaphorically a muscle that can be developed through repetition of the correct training patterns. While attending William and Mary, I continued my passionate pursuit of foreign language studies, particularly French Literature and Spanish immersion over the summers away from school. During winter and spring vacation from college, I tutored high school students who were preparing for all levels of Spanish exams in my hometown of Arlington, Virginia..."

My Education

  • College of William and Mary - BA, Psychology

Tutoring Subjects:

French, Languages, AP Spanish Language, AP World History and 14 other subjects.
A photo of Julia who is one of our French tutors in Washington DC
"...In Benin I had my own daily class of eighteen to twenty-five year-olds for whom I developed my own curriculum tailored to their needs. I also started a critical thinking club for elementary and early high school students that generated a lot of enthusiasm. Finally, I have been tutoring with Varsity Tutors for a while and have had many satisfied clients. I am currently working for an environmental nonprofit here in DC; I love to sing and play guitar, go to concerts, watch science fiction TV shows and read whatever I can..."

My Education

  • Washington University in St. Louis - BA, Environmental Studies, Religious Studies

Tutoring Subjects:

French, SAT Critical Reading, English, Psychology and 14 other subjects.
A photo of Samuel who is one of our French tutors in Washington DC
"I believe that to be a student not only means to succeed in school but to become a lover of knowledge. This philosophy has guided me since I started tutoring freshman year in college. My strengths lie in reading, writing, and all things humanities..."

My Education

  • Ashland University - BA, English, Religion, History

Tutoring Subjects:

French, SAT, Phonics, SAT Critical Reading and 29 other subjects.
A photo of Sarah who is one of our French tutors in Washington DC
"...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..."

My Education

  • Baldwin-Wallace University - BA, French, International Studies, Communication Studies (triple major)
  • Georgetown University - MS, MPP, International Affairs and Public Policy (dual degree)

Tutoring Subjects:

French, Other, Essay Editing, European History and 25 other subjects.
A photo of Amanda who is one of our French tutors in Washington DC
"...I began tutoring in high school, and continued throughout college and my post-collegiate life. I tailor my lesson plans to the needs, strengths, and personalities of each student I work with in order to achieve the best results. My background is in ESL, English, and college admissions and scholarship essays..."

My Education

  • University of Michigan - BA, Women's Studies; French
  • University of Oxford - Master of Studies, Women and Politics

Tutoring Subjects:

French, English, ACT English, GRE Quantitative and 33 other subjects.
A photo of Sarah who is one of our French tutors in Washington DC
"...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..."

My Education

  • Rice University - BA, Anthropology, Linguistics, Asian Studies

Tutoring Subjects:

French, Social Sciences, Middle School Math, ACT Reading and 60 other subjects.
A photo of Laura who is one of our French tutors in Washington DC
"...I began tutoring as a high school student where I worked with other students in my school district tutoring mostly math and science. Then, before attending college I spent 6 months teaching English in Peru. Last year, as a sophomore in college, I was a TA for the Spanish Department, responsible for creating and executing my own lesson plans for two one-hour classes per week for Spanish 102, grading homework and designing my own quizzes..."

My Education

  • Washington University in St. Louis - BS, Anthropology/PreMed

Tutoring Subjects:

French, Trigonometry, Geometry, ACT Math and 23 other subjects.
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