I am a recent graduate of the University of Chicago, where a liberal arts and core education is emphasized. For that reason, my strengths lie in my writing, critical reading, and editing skills. Most of my work experience has been in the healthcare field. This includes my time at a medical clinic, working as a research assistant in the Ben May Department for Cancer Research, and interning at a digital health start-up founded by the American Medical Association, known as Health2047.
My primary teaching experience in college has been through neighborhood tutoring programs in Chicago, where I spent time assisting students (ages 9-14) with their homework assignments. In addition to this, I spent part of my summer after my first year in college free-lancing SAT prep and editing college essays for students in my home town community. This was an engaged, one-on-one experience with around 10-15 students total.
As the co-president of a dance organization on campus, I taught dance classes multiple times a week to students (ages 18-22). For special events, I taught a dance workshop for elementary age kids.
I am very thorough in both my work and study habits, and I am skilled in deconstructing complex topics into easily digestible formats. I will apply these skills, in addition to my patience and various teaching experiences, to preparing students for these exams.
As a note:I am currently studying for the MCAT, which is why I believe I am qualified to teach AP sciences sections, including biology and chemistry.
The University of Chicago
Desired Start Date
Aug 10, 2017
M-F; 8-5 pm