I am studying Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and have a strong background in math and science. Additionally, I am considering pursuing a certificate in French; foreign language is something that gets me really excited, and I hope to study abroad during my time at Princeton.

I have two younger siblings and have always enjoyed helping them with their work and being able to see things click in their minds as I explain concepts. I love learning and want to help younger students come to love it as well. It is incredibly rewarding to witness the improvements over time.

For the past three years, I have been volunteering at The Cara Program in Chicago, helping hard-to-place adults find employment. Because many of them do not have an education or experience with computers, my job has been to proof read, answer questions about online applications, and teach them how to preform basic computer functions. This experience has given me good base in communication, patience, and dedication, which I believe are assets when tutoring.

I have been rowing for the past five years and love being a part of a team and staying active. In my spare time, I enjoy to cooking, baking, running, and reading.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: B.S.E. Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

High School:

Awards & Honors: National Merit Commended Student, Illinois State Scholar, AP Scholar with Distinction, Midwest Scholastic Rowing Association Academic Athlete Award, Varsity Rowing MVP, Coaches' Award Recipient, and National Qualifier, Nominated by The Cara Program for the Illinois Governor’s Volunteer Service Award

Interests & Activities: Varsity Rowing, Volunteer for The Cara Program, National French Honor Society (Deputy), National Honor Society, World Youth in Science and Engineering Team Member, Orchestra (2nd Chair Trumpet), Scholastic Bowl
ACT Scores: 34 Composite, 35 English, 34 Math, 33 Reading, 34 Science, 31 Writing
AP Exams: 5 Physics B, 5 Comparative Government and Politics, 4 Physics C Mechanics, 4 Calculus BC, 4 Macroeconomics, 4 English Language and Composition, 4 English Literature, 4 US History
SAT Subject Tests: 740 French, 770 Physics, 770 Math II, 720 Math I, 710 US History


Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton, I'm a coxswain for the Women's Lightweight Crew Team.
Location: Princeton University

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