I have over 5 years of experience in youth development, mostly consisting of my time as a senior staff member at YMCA Camp Mi-Te-Na in Alton, New Hampshire. Additionally, I tutored low-income elementary schoolers in reading, math, and science during my first two years at Princeton University. Aside from my passion for helping children learn, I enjoy campus activism, statistics, traveling, photography, and videography. I plan to work in Washington, applying quantitative analysis to national security issues.
Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: AB Politics, Quantitative and Analytical Political Science
Awards & Honors: National Honor Society, RIT Computing Medal Award, MENSA David Mann Essay Scholarship, Varsity Bowling Team Captain, Latin Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta
Interests & Activities: Varsity Bowling (Team Captain), Marching Band (Trombone, Section Leader), President of Key Club, President of Latin Club
SAT Scores: 710 Math, 640 Critical Reading, 660 Writing
ACT Scores: 32 Composite, 34 English, 27 Math, 32 Reading, 33 Science
SAT Subject Tests: Math Level II 730, Physics 660
Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton, I'm involved in multiple political organizations, such as the American Whig-Cliosophic Society and the Princeton Tory, and I volunteer with Princeton Camp Kesem and Princeton Disability Awareness.
Location: Princeton University