Award-Winning ISEE Tutors in Washington, DC
Shaina "I earned a Master's Degree in Teaching from Virginia Commonwealth University. I've been teaching 3rd grade for three years. Prior to starting my teaching career, I worked with students in grades kindergarten, second and fourth..."
Viginia Commonwealth University - BA, Elementary Education
Viginia Commonwealth University - MT, Master of Teaching
State Certified Teacher
Sharnika "I hold an MPH from Benedictine University and a Bachelors from Christian Brothers University. I've been a writing tutor, an ESL volunteer tutor and have devised science programs for children in after school programs. I am a people person who students can feel comfortable with, and I take the time to get to know which learning styles work best with each student..."
Jake "...During my academic career I was recognized with several awards, fellowships, and scholarships that acknowledged my achievement and dedication. But it was not always so. Truth be told, I struggled greatly through high school..."
UC Santa Cruz - BA, Political Science, Community Studies
George Washington University - M.P.S., Political Management and Communication
Paul "I have been working with Varsity Tutors for several years. I am comfortable tutoring in many subjects, including French, Math, English and standardized testing such as the ACT, SAT, ISEE and LSAT. I have significant experience as both a one-on-one high school tutor during college and teaching high school students after college..."
Sarah "I recently graduated from Rice University in Houston, TX, with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, Linguistics, and Asian Studies. I have been tutoring since January 2012. I enjoy working one-on-one with students, developing a connection with them and encouraging them to be the best they can be. My most commonly tutored subject is math, particularly Algebra 1. 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..."
Caleb "I am a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin. I received my Bachelor of Science in Human Biology with a focus on social aspects of health and disease. Since graduation, I have taught high school under Teach For America..."
Kekey "I am a graduate of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. I have been teaching Special Education for 15 years with various ages groups and disabilities. I have also worked in an inclusion setting with general educators..."
Rebekah "Teaching and working with youth is one of my greatest passions. For the last six years, I have had the privilege to teach English/Language Arts to students ranging from 7th grade to 12th grade, and I have loved every second of it. I began my teaching career in California, earning my teaching credential in Secondary Education at California State University, Sacramento..."
Brigham Young University - BA, Communications
California State Universtiy, Sacramento - Teaching Credential, Secondary English
State Certified Teacher
David "I am a graduate of the University of Southern California where I earned my Bachelor of Arts in International Relations. During my undergraduate career, I tutored students for the LSAT, and I taught high school students in History, Political Science, and International Relations. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about the LSAT, ACT, US History, European History, and Writing..."
Rayna "By helping adolescents to define themselves based on their own talents and a valuable self-worth instead of trying to meet someone else’s expectations, we can build students' confidence and academic success. We all have the right and responsibility to accept ourselves by defining who we are on our own terms and knowing what we stand for. This intricate balance can be achieved through increasing the availability and visibility of positive role models, advocating for participation in extracurricular activities, and educating students about goal setting and having high expectations for themselves.."