I graduated from Vanderbilt University in Nashville this past May. I majored in Mathematics and Classical Languages. For most of my college career, I thought that I would follow in my dad's footsteps in the world of investment. But after two summers of internship in this sector, I realized this was not for me. At my core, I am more interested in learning and spreading that learning than I am in financial services. So this upcoming fall, I am starting graduate school at Washington University in St. Louis and hope that this route will lead me to a position as a University Professor. Until then, I want to build upon the teaching skills I have already gleaned in my different tutoring experiences.
Throughout my four years at college, I devoted a lot of time outside of the classroom to tutoring fellow university students in Mathematics through my major department. I also started a volunteer tutoring organization with my friends through which we mentored students at a local low-performing high school and guided them through their Math and English curricula. My end in pursuing these various opportunities was not simply to improve these students' performance but to build their confidence in academia and thereafter in the professional world. Further tutoring experience thus moves me closer to my personal and professional goals.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Vanderbilt University - Bachelor in Arts, Mathematics
SAT Composite (1600 scale): 1550
SAT Math: 780
SAT Verbal: 710
SAT Writing: 800
Film, books, video games
Elementary School Math
High School English