I recently finished a Master's program at Johns Hopkins University. My graduate studies were interdisciplinary, combining Art History, Cultural History, and the History of Music. As an undergraduate at the University of Maryland, I studied English Language and Literature.
While in school, I served as both a Guest Lecturer and a Teaching Assistant. In both instances, I taught Literature and Creative Writing. I've also taught research methods and interned in the Folger Shakespeare Library's Education Department. As a tutor, I've helped students with grammar, vocabulary, writing, critical reading, and literary analysis.
Although I'm comfortable tutoring on a number of subjects, I particularly enjoy teaching English, writing, and critical reading. I like working one on one with students, helping them to think through problems, formulate opinions, and articulate their thoughts. This involves working on vocabulary, grammar, and writing mechanics. These are invaluable skills, essential for writing essays and preparing for Standardized Tests, like the SAT.
Currently, besides tutoring, I'm interning in the Curatorial Departments of both the Guggenheim and the Whitney. Previously, I worked in the library of an elite graduate school. My hobbies include reading, going to museums, and cycling.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Maryland-College Park - Bachelor in Arts, English Language and Literature
Graduate Degree: Johns Hopkins University - Unknown, Liberal Arts
SAT Verbal: 710
GRE Verbal: 170
My hobbies include reading, going to museums, and cycling.
10th Grade Reading
10th Grade Writing
11th Grade Reading
11th Grade Writing
12th Grade Reading
12th Grade Writing
9th Grade Reading
9th Grade Writing
AP Art History
College Level American Literature
High School English
High School Level American Literature
High School Writing
Introduction to Poetry
Study Skills and Organization