Award-Winning Tutors in Washington, DC
Nicki ""I graduated from the University of Georgia Honors College in May 2014 with a B.S.E.S. in Environmental Economics & Management, a B.A. in Spanish, and a certificate in Environmental Ethics..."
Environmental Economics & Management - B.S.E.S., B.A., Spanish
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..."
Ronald "Learning a new language can open up so many new possibilities and broadens ones horizons. I have lived, worked, and studied in Germany for over 2 years. I now speak German fluently and it has opened so many doors in my life..."
Freie Schauspielschule Hamburg - (Training), Theater
Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama - M.A., Musical Theatre
Philip "I'm a research fellow at the National Institutes of Health. I work on vaccines for parasitic diseases. My main interests are in global health and biodefense..."
The Johns Hopkins University - BA, Public Health
Bloomberg School of Public Health - MS, Microbiology and Immunology
Jessica "... I really enjoy tutoring especially when you finally see that "aha, I get it!" moment on a student's face. To help every student reach this moment I design plans that match the individual student's interests and abilities while still offering them a challenge. I am encouraging and enthusiastic because learning is a never ending process that should be a positive experience for students..."
Georgetown Universtiy - BA, Psychology
Christopher "...After college, I served for two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the West African nation of Guinea-Conakry. There, I taught 5th grade full-time in French to 60 students in a village elementary school and tutored local high school students in English. My time in Guinea cemented my love of working with children and teenagers, and I am currently pursuing a career as a teacher..."
Yale Univesity - BA, History
Rufus "...In addition to my full time job, I also volunteer with various non-profit entities, many of which I serve in a mentoring capacity and one in which I serve as a volunteer teaching financial literacy from elementary students to young adults. I am an active CPA (Certified Public Accountant) candidate who has successfully passed all four sections of the uniform CPA exam. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about Accounting and other business related subjects..."
Misty "... As a young adult, I lived in Mexico for 3 years. Part of my experience in Mexico included teaching English at a local elementary school during the day and a local university in the evenings. Since returning to Virginia, I have had the continued privilege of tutoring Spanish to all ages..."
Only 1.5 years of college - N/A, N/A
Mykeshia "I have a PhD in microbiology from the University of Georgia. I have taught many biology and microbiology laboratory classes. Tutoring strategies: -create a non-threatening environment where my students feel comfortable asking questions -when in doubt draw it out (helps with memory) -videos to help with understanding concepts I have also mentored students at the K-12 and college levels..."
Dominique "...I have continued these passions in college by volunteering with children in Indonesia, participating in my school's debate team, and doing 5 professional internships. As a tutor, I consider my greatest strengths to be in English, History and French due to my academic background. I did, however, receive extensive tutoring for the SSATs and SATS and thus have strong knowledge of sure-fire techniques to help students master those tests..."