I believe very strongly in the liberating power of education, which is why being a tutor is important to me. I just graduated from SUNY Fredonia with a bachelor of arts in English. I chose that major because reading is a way to get a glimpse into someone elses life, learn about experiences you haven't had, and learn to use empathy. Sometimes teachers have to move fast in the classroom, but not everyone learns in the same way or at the same pace. It's important that students have access to tutors who are able to adapt to their needs. As far as tutoring for high school students, college was an amazing experience academically and socially, and if my tutoring means that someone is able to get there then I've done my job. But in order to do well in college the foundations have to be laid. I look forward to helping students build on their reading, writing, critical thinking and analysis skills so that they can get the most out their education both in high school and in college. I am also looking forward to working with undergrad students because the material will be even more challenging and utilizes the skills I've spent the last four years improving. Whether the student is a struggling english major, or english isn't their strong suit and they need to get through gen ed courses, I aim to help students get the most out of their classes and out of life. Every person deserves what books, writing, and reading can offer them, and I am here to help!
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: SUNY at Fredonia - Bachelor in Arts, English
I love reading and books, comic books, and graphic novels and writing prose, fiction, and poetry. I am currently working on a book of my own! My favorite activity is going to concerts and being around live music. I listen to a lot of different genres! I also enjoy the outdoors going on hikes and camping. I used to play sports and still love to watch the Bills and the Sabres no matter how badly they're doing :p