Currently residing in the East coast, I earned my Bachelor's in Life Science with a Pre-Medical concentration at the New York Institute of Technology. Since graduation, I have been volunteering my time to non-profits that work to raise awareness about minorities and the daily struggles they continue to face. I am an aspiring doctor, and I hope to serve underprivileged communities by helping them get better access to healthcare. During my undergraduate years, there were some concepts that I would struggle with and, as a result, would reach out to my professors for help. Their unconditional support and ways of helping students understand each concept inspired me to want to help students as well. Hence, I became a tutor at the learning center and helped students struggling in Biochemistry, Microbiology, and General Biology. Over the years, I have tutored students in Elementary school and High school in subjects such as Algebra, Geometry, and of course, the general sciences. Working with these kids has taught me that the more you extend yourself to your students, the more they are encouraged to work harder and strive harder. Every tutor has a different way of teaching and every student has a different way of learning. However, it is important to combine the two to develop methods and take approaches in a manner which makes the students grasp and really understand the subject matter to his or her fullest potential. Education is so important and studying hard is the key to a bright future. In my spare time, you can find me enjoying books, drinking coffee, volunteering for social justice organizations, or playing volleyball.
Undergraduate Degree: New York Institute of Technology - Bachelor in Arts, Life Science, Pre-Med
Reading, Writing poems, Playing volleyball, Volunteering, Traveling, Running, Yoga