As a first generation student, I was taught by my mother that education makes the greatest impact on anybody’s life. Through my mother, having had no formal education, I witnessed the struggle a lack of education can cause, but I thank my mom for instilling in me an endless love for learning. As I went through primary education, my mother did as well, right by my side. We tutored each other and spent countless hours over grammar and math worksheets, trying new techniques that stuck and made sense. My mother wasn’t just being a good mom, but she was my peer, my best friend, and my mentor. With her, I realized not only how important education is, but how valuable and necessary an individualized education is.
I tutored kids of all ages frequently in high school with a variety of organizations and I loved being part of their educational journey. My work background and coursework have supplied me with many skills and an understanding of dealing with the adolescent community. As an enthusiastic Princeton undergraduate, I am extremely excited to have the opportunity to tutor in the Princeton area! I look forward to working with students to develop an individualized approach by drawing upon their strengths and formulating a personalized path to their education. I enjoy tutoring math and science the most, as I am a Neuroscience major. Aside from school, I love to bike, do yoga, and work with artistic mediums.