### David

I graduated from Boston University in 2012 with Electrical engineering as my major. However, I knew I also was

not finished with my time as a student. I was accepted to graduate school at UCLA with a fellowship

to further my study in engineering. I spent two and a half years there completing my Masters of

Science. To pay tuition, I worked as a Teaching Assistant and later a Teaching Associate for the

University.

Additionally, during High School and college, I spent many summers working as a Sailing Instructor. My last year I was Head Instructor at Rockland Community Sailing. This was especially rewarding for me, because this particular community sail program welcomed children of Youthlinks,

a part of Broadreach Family and Community Services, aimed at serving underprivileged kids in the area. This program, and it's connection to us, allowed children who otherwise would have never have had a chance to step foot on a boat, the opportunity to learn how to sail and have an amazing

summer. After that summer, I knew I wanted to get involved helping students who do not grow up with the same privileges that I did.

Boston University - Bachelor of Science, Electrical engineering

University of California-Los Angeles - Master of Science, Mechanical engineering

10th Grade

10th Grade Math

11th Grade Math

12th Grade Math

1st Grade Math

2nd Grade Math

3rd Grade Math

4th Grade Math

5th Grade Math

6th Grade Math

7th Grade Math

8th Grade Math

9th Grade Math

Applied Mathematics

C++

College Physics

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Elementary Algebra

Elementary School Math

High School Physics

Intermediate Algebra

College Math

Mechanical Engineering

Other

Study Skills

Study Skills and Organization

Summer

What is your teaching philosophy?

As an elective in college, I enrolled in the course Intro to Education, and one of the required textbooks was "Those Who Can, Teach." My professor said those who have the gift of understanding and explaining, should teach. When I found out the title of the book came from an old saying "Those who can't, teach," it just put a big smile on my face. I liked my professor's philosophy more: Those who CAN, teach. This is when I knew I wanted to work with students.