Award-Winning Science Tutors in Washington, DC
Laura "I'm a graduate of St. John's College and Georgetown Law. Teaching is in my blood-my mother is a teacher, and she instilled in me the love of helping someone reach his or her potential with compassion and enthusiasm. I have been tutoring since middle school and I don't ever plan on stopping! My favorite subject to tutor is the LSAT, but I also LOVE English, US History, and World History..."
St. John's College - BA, Liberal Arts
Georgetown University Law Center - JD, Law
Jessica "...I have been teaching Spanish for 7 years in a public school. During my undergraduate career I taught English as a Second Language at night. Therefore, I know the ins and outs of the both Spanish and English grammar..."
University of Maryland, College Park - BA, Spanish Language, Literature & Culture
University of Maryland - M.Ed., Secondary Education Curriculum & Instruction, Second Language Acquisition
State Certified Teacher
Laura "...I worked for two years as a high school biology, anatomy & physiology, and AP environmental science teacher in Baltimore County public schools in Baltimore Maryland. Prior to teaching, I worked in and trained others in the fields of massage therapy and emergency medical services in both Maryland and New Jersey. I tutor in multiple areas of science including biology and environmental science..."
Michelle "...A high level of communication, organization, and creativity was developed through the interactive sessions with pupils; many of the activities and lessons were planned, lead, and delivered independently and with input from school teachers. I found the impact I made in the positive and productive direction, decision, and achievement of the young pupils to be extremely rewarding. In June 2010, I was selected to be a part of the Student Associates Scheme. This was a three week UK Government sponsored teaching placement in City Academy Bristol high school supporting the Mathematics department and lessons as full time teaching assistant..."
University of the West of England - Bachelor of Arts Honors, Business and Economics
Brooke "...My goal is not to replicate a classroom, but rather to create a space specific to the individual where they can tackle subjects that have challenged them and build confidence that is lasting. In my extracurricular time, I split my time between family, writing, and anything sports and fitness. Writing enables me to utilize my creativity and the sports and fitness serves as a great balance..."
Bailey "...But perhaps the most important lesson imparted to me in my experience was my ability to teach and tutor. Throughout my tenure, I served as a student coach and peer mentor for both programs, teaching middle to high school students the fundamentals of public speaking, debate, and critical thinking strategies. While I'm comfortable tutoring a wide range of subjects, I am most passionate about English, writing, literature, and social studies (namely World History, U.S..."
Koki "I recently moved to D.C. after graduating from Brown University with a B.S. in Chemical Biology. While in college, I had the opportunity to become a teaching assistant for both introductory and upper-level biochemistry courses, which I truly enjoyed..."
Dilbagh "I am a recent graduate from New York University with a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry, and I plan on applying to medical school. Throughout high school and college, Math, Chemistry, and Physics were always my favorite subjects. In high school, I would help tutor Chemistry and Physics for my teachers, and I continued to be involved in tutoring my peers throughout my undergraduate education..."
Dayna "...There, I coordinated dance, cooking, creative writing, and a service learning projects for 40 youths. I also encouraged my children to strive for healthy bodies, stellar grades, and noble character. Years later, in the summer of 2014, I was a Tutor for Howard’s Preliminary Academic Reinforcement Program (PARP)..."
Ashten "... I began tutoring Math and Reading for elementary-aged students when I was in high school myself and continued my passion for education as a teaching assistant at both Cornell and Johns Hopkins. I am currently working for the Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program at Goucher College, where I teach Chemistry and MCAT courses and lead small group and individual tutoring sessions in Biology, Organic Chemistry, and Physics. Although I enjoy tutoring a range of topics, I am particularly enthusiastic about Chemistry, as I enjoy helping students realize the applications of this science to every day life, and MCAT preparation, as I love watching my students actualize their goals..."