STEM education creates critical thinkers, increases science literacy, and supports the next generation of innovators. It is those innovators who will improve the infrastructure and the global standing of the US in the coming years. STEM is gravely important for children, future generations, and our nation. Science and math are found in mechanisms and activities of everyday life. Our generation, the next and our entire nation should embrace STEM in order to advance in the changing times. It is because I think so highly of education that I decided to attend one of the most prestigious higher institutions in the world. I am attending Brown University and working to attain my Bachelors of Science degree in Biology.
For over a decade now I have been tutoring elementary, middle and high school students in STEM courses. I am very confident in my abilities to tutor any student with any learning capabilities. I am patient, experienced, and skilled enough to teach and tutor most students. I tutor STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) driven courses more frequently than others. I tutor Biology, Anatomy, Chemistry, Life Sciences, Algebra, and many other STEM courses. On top of those I also coach students with their writing and literacy skills.
Tutoring allows me to fulfill what I believe to be a fundamental responsibility as a scholar: to communicate knowledge to the next generation of academics so they can further develop this world. STEM education in the classroom is important to spark an interest in students to pursue a STEM career. If students attain more science and technology skills they can aid the country's progression and advancement. I want students to appreciate and value science and math and after being tutored by me foster a greater appreciation and affliction with STEM. My commitment to education can be seen in the work I have done to provide opportunities for scholars to improve their knowledge. I have tutored and continue to tutor student in every location that I am in and show them opportunities available to me. Currently, I am a director of a stem education program called SPARKLE which was created to increase STEM education, challenge young academics, and aid STEM disparities.
Outside of academia I volunteer and play sports . For the past decade I have been doing hours of community service and volunteering for children, adults and elderly. Out of these groups I focused primarily on children because of my love and compassion for them. I want to impart the knowledge, experience and understanding that I have gained on my own throughout the years onto these children. On top of volunteering I play sports. My favorite sports are soccer, track and field, and volleyball. I have been playing soccer for over 15 years now and playing volleyball for a little less than 5 years. I have been doing track and field for about 7 years and I am on my university’s varsity team.
Thank you for taking the time to read this statement. I look forward to working with all my students and if applicable their families.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Brown University - Bachelor of Science, Biology, General
SAT Composite: 1940
SAT Math: 700
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