If there is one thing I love in the world, it is good teaching. I am passionate about teaching well and developing a strong mentorship with my students. I've taught students since junior year of high school, teaching SAT and academic subjects. After my freshman year at Princeton, I taught English in rural China for two months in an intensive college-level program through Princeton in Asia. Throughout Princeton, I taught various academic subjects. I also mentored an elementary schooler through the Big Brothers Big Sisters program – he has become a little brother to me. I have taught juvenile inmates through the Petey Green Prison Tutoring Program, and I started Princeton's Financial Literacy Organization to teach my peers the important personal finance skills that most youth do not receive in school.
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Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
Other Degrees/Minors: Environmental Studies

High School:

Class Rank: 5th
Awards & Honors: National Merit Scholar, Gates Millennium Scholar
Interests & Activities: Class Council President
SAT Scores: 760 Math, 800 Critical Reading, 800 Writing
AP Exams: 5 Biology, 5 Calculus BC, 5 Chemistry, 5 US History, 5 World History, 5 Statistics, 5 English Lang, 5 English Lit
SAT Subject Tests: 800 Math Level 2, 800 US History, 800 Literature


Other Awards: T.A. Barron Prize for Environmental Leadership, Departmental honors (cum laude)
Other Interests & Activities: Chapel Choir
Location: Princeton University

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