I have a passion for teaching and a love of STEM fields. It's a great feeling when a complex topic suddenly "clicks" and is easy to understand. I want to help others feel the same sense of achievement.
I received my degree in Electrical Engineering at Marquette University in 2014.
I spent the last half decade growing my electrical engineering career, but during that time, I realized I would be much happier teaching my crafts in mathematics and engineering.
I spent a semester of college tutoring a college student in pre-calculus. I spent 4 weeks training my customers and channel partners on the basics and fundamentals of pumps and compressors. I tutored a student in algebra 1 & 2 for 2 months and he received A's in both courses. I tutored a student in Earth Science. I also taught at a grade school for 2 weeks that correlated to my high school service requirement.
I LOVE mathematics and electrical theory. I am confident to teach courses up to Calculus 2. This includes Arithmetic, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Linear Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calculus 1 & Calculus 2 as well as the occasional 'oddball' like discrete mathematics, earth science, or statistics. I also enjoy DC/AC circuit theory and all of the fun that comes with Electricity.
I'm a big proponent for getting outside. When I'm not working, I'm either hiking or camping in the mountains with my puppy, Skiing in winter and playing Nintendo on those slow rainy days.
Math is tough... we all understand that. But the enthusiasm a teacher/tutor has for the subject can make all the difference. I've had plenty of teachers that lack the enthusiasm to inspire their students and it shows on test performance. This is something I am very conscious NOT to follow. I want my students to succeed and I guarantee if I'm selected to tutor your student, they will be masters of their subject.
Undergraduate Degree: Marquette University - Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering
Hiking, Skiing, Nintendo Switch, Camping, Spending time with my puppy