I am a Colorado native, earning an Architecture Degree at Princeton University. I am passionate about Club Baseball, dedicated to health and fitness, and committed to Christian Fellowship on campus. I am very focused on growth and self improvement and I thrive helping other people achieve their own goals and reach new heights.
When I was 19, I decided I wanted to serve my county by becoming an Officer in the Navy, and ideally a Navy Seal. I realized that to serve anyone or anything to your best capacity, it requires that you have a vision for WHO you want to be and the belief in yourself that you can get there though consistent hard work. Whatever your goal is, there IS a way to get there. That is why I am a tutor, because it is amazing to help and encourage other people as they complete their own journeys of goal setting, challenging themselves, growing, achieving their goals, and then setting even higher ones. My own academic experience has taught me that often the difference between a fulfilling, exciting experience and a difficult, draining one, is how invested the teacher is; in my best classes, the professors have walked with me every step of the way, and I have achieved much more because of that. By walking with my own pupils, I leverage my knowledge and understanding to help them learn not only the things they need to succeed in one class, but the self-confidence to succeed in future endeavors in all areas of life.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Princeton University - Current Undergrad, Architecture
Q & A
What is your teaching philosophy?
In a first session with a student, I would get to know them, learn about their study habits, note their strengths and weaknesses as students, and listen to what they would like to achieve by being tutored. Then, I would give them a few practice exercises to place their ability and proceed to the first learning session.