I have enjoyed teaching and specifically one-one-one or small group tutoring since my senior year of high school when I first became a peer tutor. I enjoyed, and still enjoy, the freedom which tutoring gives to personally craft lessons and assistance to an individual student and their abilities or difficulties. Because of this, I continued to tutor throughout my four years of college, mostly tutoring peer college students through a program at my school, Eastern University. I also tutored students in Philadelphia at Eastern’s sister school, Esperanza College. After graduating from Eastern with Bachelor of Arts degrees in both Spanish and Political Science, I continued my experience as an educator by living in Guatemala teaching and tutoring Guatemalan students in English. Though I enjoy tutoring a range of subject, my love of language and desire to learn a third one has given me a special passion for working with students studying Spanish as well as working on English assignments, from literature to essay editing and grammar. This lifelong learner attitude gives me an eagerness to learn from my students, both from their creativity as well as how to improve my teaching techniques as I discover their various learning styles. I hope to formally continue my own education soon by earning my Masters degree in education so that I can better serve those whom I will be teaching.
Undergraduate Degree: Eastern University - Bachelor in Arts, Spanish and Political Science
I have had a love of reading since I first learned how, and now that I can read in 2 languages, I only consume books that much more quickly. My other hobbies include spending a lot of time running or swimming, volunteering with youth activities in my comm
AP US History
High School English