I am originally from North Carolina but currently reside in Connecticut. My parents are both naval veterans, which allowed me and my siblings to move around a lot, which, then, was a lot of fun. Ever since I was a kid, I've always been passionate about academics. As I got older, I became more passionate about giving back to all those who have given to me to allow me to get to where I am today. In the past, this has come in the form of being a mathematics teacher intern at Breakthrough New Haven, a program that aims to provide youth from low-income families with the tools necessary to assist them in matriculating to top tier college preparatory schools; I went through the program myself. I've also gone back to my middle school to tutor. Furthermore, at Princeton, I have had the privilege of tutoring kids in the local area.
My strengths lie in the STEM field, namely, mathematics and chemistry. Upon graduating, I plan to assume a position as an associate material engineer and hope to obtain a master's or two–MBA and/or MScEng. Here, at school, I also have the opportunity of working in the Frist Campus Center, the student hub on-campus. There, I am a building supervisor. Our job is to ensure that our patrons are getting the most out of the building, making sure that their stay is a pleasant one. This experience has allowed me to develop my interpersonal skills, which are quintessential for efficacy in tutoring. I believe that being able to connect with students one-on-one is what allows successful tutors to drive home the material, ensuring that their students retain the material well past imminent examinations and the like. I look forward to using my past experiences to excel as a tutor and ensure the academic success of your children.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Chemical & Biological Engineering
Other Degrees/Minors: Certificate in Materials Science & Engineering

High School:

Awards & Honors: Football Captain Elect, Basketball Captain Elect, QuestBridge National College Match Finalist, National Achievement Scholar, Three Sport Award (for lettering in three varsity sports senior year), Basketball Award for Leadership, Dedication, and Sportsmanship, Dorrance Award for Leadership, Dedication, and Sportsmanship, Lacrosse Fairchester League Champion, Most Improved Lacrosse Player, New Haven Register Senior Spotlight Recipient
Interests & Activities: French Horn Player in Orchestra (4 Years), Sports Club (4 Years), Students United for Racial Equality (S.U.R.E.) (4 Years), Varsity Football (2 Years), Varsity Basketball (3 Years) , Varsity Lacrosse (2 Years), Mathematics Teacher Intern at Breakthrough New Haven
SAT Scores: 670 Math, 690 Critical Reading, 670 Writing
AP Exams: 5 Chemistry, 5 Calculus AB
SAT Subject Tests: 690 Math Level 2, 630 Spanish with Listening


Other Awards: Sprint Football All-League Honorable Mention, Golf Cart Crew Student Staff Manager, CBC Spouses Education Scholarship Recipient, Quest Scholar, Building Supervisor Student Staff Manager
Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton, I am a member of Cannon Dial Elm and am also one of four student staff managers at Frist Campus Center. I am also involved in Varsity Football, Profound Ivy, and The Black Men's Awareness Group. I was formerly involved in Sprint Football and, from time to time, stage managed dance productions.
Location: Princeton University

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