I am a current undergrad who had the opportunity to live and learn in India for year. I love to swim, read about grand strategy and development economics, and play board games.
I attended Regis High School in Manhattan where I was generously gifted a world-class education in addition to the opportunity to be part of an intimate community of peers and teachers. Learning in class and debating complex issues extracurricularly expanded my mind to the realities of the world and the possibilities of an individual.
I am also an Eagle Scout and sleep-away camp counselor for children with Type 1 diabetes.
As a tutor I have experience teaching a range of math subjects, especially Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Alegebra II, Geometry, and Trigonometry. During my senior year of high school, I also spent three months as a part time teacher at Our Lady Queen of Angels School in Manhattan where I taught middle school math.
I always enjoy working with kids and I look forward to getting to know each student I work with as we develop relationships that extend beyond the next test or paper.
Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Public Policy and International Affairs
Awards & Honors: Jesuit Secondary Education Award (conferred to the senior who best embodies the principles of a Jesuit student: open to growth, intellectually proficient, religious, open to others, committed to doing justice), Brown University Book Award (conferred to the senior who has best achieved clarity of expression in speech and writing), Fairfield University Book Award (conferred to the senior who best displays leadership and academic excellence)
Interests & Activities: Debate (President), Christian Service (Treasurer), Boy Scouts (Eagle Scout, Senior Patrol Leader), Boys Nation Delegate
SAT Scores: 760 Math, 800 Critical Reading, 780 Writing
AP Exams: 5 US History, 5 English Literature and Composition
SAT Subject Tests: 800 Literature, 770 Math Level 1, 770 Biology, 740 US History
Other Awards: Princeton University Bridge Year India Scholar (Scholarship sponsors a year of Hindi learning, cultural immersion, and service learning in Varanasi, India for seven incoming freshmen), Majority of time was spent working at a local NGO.
Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton I am involved in Club Swimming, writing for the Nassau Weekly, and the Effective Altruism Club.