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I am a knowledgeable and excited person to my core. I am an aspiring scientist currently working as a lab manager in a programmed cell death biology/neuroscience lab. My picture was from my time in a production lab based around organic chemistry. I have a solid background in the hard sciences and I try to learn more every day.

I have been teaching, mentoring, and tutoring for the last six years. I started my mentoring with the Denver Urban Debate League (an inner-city debate league for underprivileged students). There I have judged and coached debate and was awarded with the 2012 "Judge of the Year" award. I have been commended for my public speaking ability and my ability to help others with that as well.

I have taught classes on traumatic brain injury and other neurological disorders to groups of around thirty to forty. I often met with these folks on an individual basis afterwords to discuss the material and how it impacts their life.

Finally, and most importantly, during my time as an undergraduate I tutored at Regis University for two and a half years. I was certified to tutor: Neuroscience, Psychology, Communications, and Philosophy. I was most utilized for my psychology and neuroscience backgrounds. By the time I graduated I was the most utilized non-math based tutor often tutoring fifteen to twenty students at once. I only had one student during my time tutoring that did not increase their letter grade by at least one full level. I pride myself on being active, interesting and a happy person to work with.
Best wishes, I'm looking forward to working with you.

Adam’s Qualifications

Education & Certification

Undergraduate Degree: Regis University - Bachelor of Science, Neuroscience and psychology

Tutoring Subjects


College English

College Essays

College Level American History


English Grammar and Syntax

Essay Editing

European History

High School English

High School Level American History



Social Sciences

Social studies