I'm very excited to be tutoring with Princeton Tutoring and to continue mentoring students both academically and personally. While a junior and senior at Regis High School, I was selected to tutor in the schoolâ€™s German and Math Resource Centers. The Petey Greene Program for Incarcerated Persons has also expanded the range of students I have instructed. Volunteering once a week at a nearby correctional facility, I work one-on-one with inmates pursuing their GEDs, specifically tutoring them in middle- and high-school level math and economics. Since these individuals come from a range of educational backgrounds, my work with the Petey Greene Program has trained me to quickly assess the needs of the specific individual I am working with and to modify my tutoring plans accordingly. When tutoring I draw on these skills and relate to students on a personal level in order to make our sessions both instructive and enjoyable.
Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: History
Other Degrees/Minors: Certificates in Finance and German Language and Culture
Awards & Honors: AP Scholar with Distinction, National Merit Commended Student, General Excellence Award (9, 10, 11, 12), Fr. Downey Award for Public Speaking
Interests & Activities: Debate Team (Public Forum), Journal of Public Opinion (Editor-in-Chief), School Newspaper (News Editor), Math and German Peer Tutor
SAT Scores: 760 Math, 800 Critical Reading, 780 Writing
AP Exams: 5 Biology, 5 English Literature and Composition, 5 U.S. Government and Politics, 5 U.S. History, 4 European History
SAT Subject Tests: 800 Math Level 2, 790 U.S. History, 760 Chemistry, 700 Biology E
Other Awards: German Department Book Award (2015, 2016)
Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton, I'm a campus tour guide, McGraw Center peer tutor for Economics and Math, and part of the crew for the University's club sailing team. Outside of school, I volunteer with the Petey Greene program tutoring inmates working towards their GED or high school degree.
Location: Princeton University