### Award-Winning Geometry Tutors in Cerritos, CA

Ani ...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. I have been...

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

University of Southern California - MPA, Public Admistration

Andrew ...know that each and every student is different. I lead my tutoring sessions to train the students to challenge the knowledge and the methods I present, in hopes that they in turn will have the great opportunity to pass the knowledge onto the next-aspiring student. Away from the books and schools and jobs, I am...

UCLA - BS, Mechanical Engineering

Randy ...of mathematics. Summer of 2014, I was the head instructor at a children's academic camp (Johns Hopkins: Center for Talented Youth). The course was Paradoxes and Infinities, which is a survey of many different areas of mathematics and the class consisted of 7th to 10th graders. I'm passionate about teaching because I find the challenge...

Wesleyan University - Bachelors, Mathematics, Physics

Wesleyan University - Masters, Mathematics

Raymond ...school. I teach a diverse set of subjects, but I am particularly passionate about literature, history, and calculus. As a recent high school graduate, I understand the unique pressures that standardized tests can place upon students, and I hope to do my best to alleviate this stress so that my students can focus on other...

Stanford University - BS, Economics

Stanford - Bachelors, Film Studies

Danielle ...problem in more than one way and from more than one angle so the student can understand what is going on. In my free time, I like making my own bath and body products, like soap and lotion, out of all natural ingredients. I find it combines my love of chemistry with my love of...

Naama ...every state in this country. You only live once, and I really do learn something new every day. Of all the jobs I’ve had while pursuing music and art, I’ve found that teaching is the one in which I have the most to offer and that gives me the most in return. I believe that...

New York University - BA, Psychology

Maggie ...accomplishment that comes with being able to finally solve a problem after struggling with it for long periods of time. For me, there is no greater satisfaction than seeing that same feeling of pride in a student and being the one that guided the student to understanding. Outside of academia, I enjoy singing, reading, working...

University of La Verne - BS, Mathematics

Krista ...on chemistry, I also try to instill different and effective studying strategies to help students study in the most progressive way possible. Not only do I want to be a chemistry tutor for my students, but I want to be a mentor and help my students excel in all aspects of their academics. While I...

University of California Santa Barbara - BS, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Boris ...I feel greatly satisfied when a struggling student finally understands not only how to do a problem, but why the problem exists and why he or she solves it a certain way. I want to encourage people to be curious and ask why, and help them fit academic concepts into their common sense.... Solve the problem to understand it, not to get the right answer.

UCLA - BS, Biology

Joshua ...Differential Equations, Statics, Dynamics, and Physics. Since I have been in 6th grade, I tutored my three younger siblings in many math and science courses up to Trigonometry/Algebra II and Geometry. I was also a fishing counselor for two summers at Roughing It Day camp, and I worked with kids from the ages of 3...

CSU Long Baech - BS, Aerospace Eng.