Award-Winning Tutors in Philadelphia, PA
Haley "...In this role, I was responsible for holding office hours and leading review sessions for the 400+ students enrolled in Physics II. I also have two years of experience tutoring college Chemistry (General, Organic I, and Organic II) through the University's Science Learning Center. As a chemistry study group leader, I led groups of 13 students in weekly review sessions to help them understand the material..."
University of Michigan - BS, Neuroscience
Jamiylah "Most of my tutoring experience has been with college students in Spanish ranging from Freshmen to Seniors, but I am able to tutor other grade levels as well. My tutoring style is very simple. I keep the material interesting and understandable, I make sure the atmosphere in the session is fun and intriguing for the student and I am very patient and completely willing to repeat material being learned as much as possible..."
Nate "I graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in May of 2014. Now, as I begin my legal career, I'm eager to encourage and assist students in continuing their education and pursuing their dreams. Before law school, I taught classes and tutored at an after school program in Boston..."
Connor "...He has also worked as an SAT tutor and Social Science tutor at American University. He has worked in the Dominican Republic and Panama for USAID and Amigos De Las Americas, where he organized community development initiatives for rural villages. He has also worked as a community organizer with the Latino population of Washington, DC..."
American University - BA, International Economics
American University - MA, Anthropology
University of Pennsylvania - MS, Education Science
State Certified Teacher
Arlene "...I also have experience tutoring a home bound student and a visually impaired student while I was teaching. During the summer, I taught a Summer Enrichment course to help 8th grade students to continue to improve proficiency in Spanish before entering high school. I believe that every child can learn and will learn if given the best learning environment(i.e. focusing on their personal style of learning, personality, likes/dislikes, etc)..."
James "I am a medical student who sees the world from the perspective of a teacher. I am not satisfied with my understanding of a topic until I feel confident that I can explain the material to another person. I am excited about the opportunities to continue my education so that I can spread my knowledge to the community.."
Sameer "...My goal is to not only teach, but to inspire in all aspects and areas of growth. For this reason, I have worked with special needs children at a summer camp, coached a youth water polo team and a girl’s club volleyball team, and have helped to develop and teach a clinical bioengineering program for undergraduate engineers. I am a current 3rd year medical student and I intend to be on the development side of primary care..."
Jennifer "... It was a joy to watch them learn and share the pride they exhibited in their newfound knowledge. One method I found to be particularly effective was to break complex concepts down into simpler parts and help the student to organize those parts in a way that made more sense to them. This helped them to see the big picture..."
University of Pittsburgh - BS, Biological Sciences
Jeremy "...I began realizing that math is more useful in everyday life than people give it credit for. So I continued my quest to learn more math. I took AP calculus AB my senior year of high school,and, along with my entire class, did very well on the AP exam..."
David "... I then continued my passion for teaching throughout college as I taught classmates as well as students of under-served populations in Baltimore city. Following college, I spent a year teaching high school students of various ages in Philadelphia. Since then, I have worked at the University of Pennsylvania researching traumatic brain injury..."