As a tutoring expert in Spanish, English, music, and test prep, my teaching journey spans the majority of my life. I worked as a junior golf camp instructor for eight summers during high school and college. During the summer before my junior year of college, I served as a peer mentor to high school students in the Skidmore Pre-College Program.
In addition to my skills as a mentor, I was able to hone my tutoring skills by serving as a music and Spanish tutor throughout my studies. During my senior year, I wrote an 80-page thesis titled "Jazz Flamenco: How Political and Cultural Appropriation Created a New Musical Genre," which allowed me to meld my interests in Spanish, music, and writing.
While my academic work and mentoring roles were fulfilling, my passion for language and education was truly able to shine through during my senior year, when I designed an independent study course titled "Teaching Methods for Undergraduate Spanish." For this course, I created and implemented lesson plans for an intermediate-level Spanish class. In collaboration with a Skidmore professor, I outlined lesson plans, received direct feedback, and put these plans to practice in the classroom.
I have served as a volunteer Freshman Advisor at Harvard for incoming first-year students. I completed an online MicroMasters program through the University of Michigan called "Leading Educational Innovation and Improvement." I am currently pursuing a MS in Higher Education Administration and Policy at Northwestern University School of Education and Social Policy.
Undergraduate Degree: Skidmore College - Bachelor in Arts, Spanish
GRE Verbal: 167
Spanish, music, running, golf, baseball, science, and politics