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Princeton University
Valedictorian, National Merit Commended / Hispanic, National Council of Teachers of English Recognition for Writing Excellence, Congressional Recognition for Essay Writing Competition, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Medalist for Science and Engineering Excellence, National AP Scholar, various newspaper state writing awards
In my years at Princeton, I’ve really learned what it means to find your passion: coming in as a chemistry major, I am currently a history major focused in 20th century American and colonial studies. I’m most comfortable teaching humanities, math, basic chemistry, and Italian. One of my favorite things about history is how essential communication is – to be able to teach and historicize an era requires a clear, structured way of writing. So, I’ve come to love writing, teaching writing, and literature (specifically poetry), though I do have a background in calculus and chemistry. At Princeton, I’ve become more attuned to my culture and identity, participating in various activism groups for Latinx and LGBT rights! During one summer, I went to Tanzania on a seminar to study neo-colonialism and governmental policy. I’m also an intern for the LGBT Taskforce in D.C focused on human rights policy work! I hope to go to law school and become a human rights lawyer.
Princeton University
Salutatorian, National Merit Scholarship Finalist, National AP Scholar, National Latin Exam Carter Drake Goad Book Award, Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall Concert Choir (Bass I Finalist), Wisconsin High School Mock Trial Champion Team, WIAA Division 2 State Tennis Doubles Champion
Because everyone, even the smartest and brightest, needs help sometimes, I want to offer my experiences and advice whenever possible. In high school, my successes in academics and extracurricular activities attracted motivated underclassmen and peers to ask "What did you do to perform well?" Truly, it is impossible to simply replicate someone else's approach to studying or doing anything because each individual is unique. My strongest asset has always been my personalized advice and empathy towards others that allows me to find the best solution for them. Now, as an undergraduate student at Princeton University, I'm most passionate about the subjects of Economics, Math, and Latin. These were all subjects that I deeply enjoyed in high school and still am heavily involved with in college. As a tutor, my goal is to untangle any academic problem we encounter together and build a connection with you (the student) at the same time.
Princeton University
Salutatorian, Summa Cum Laude, Most Outstanding Senior Award, Top ACT Score, AP Scholar with Distinction, Junior State of America Best Speaker, Science Olympiad State Finalist, Future Business Leaders of America State Placeholder
I really enjoy engaging with fellow students to empower and enrich their experiences with various subjects. I have tutored many students in the past years, specifically for the ACT and various mathematics courses. I really love translating difficult information into simpler analogies, and I love infusing creativity in my approach. I am a definite people person and I plan on utilizing that in my future career. I am looking at a career within the administration field in the healthcare realm as a solution to the breadth of my academic interests. I participated and am still participating in various public speaking organizations and competitions, therefore I really feel that my strength lies within my ability to communicate effectively and efficiently. Above all, I like to integrate fun into my lessons and sessions to ensure that the learning process is both enjoyable and memorable. GO TIGERS!
Princeton University
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)
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.
Princeton University, Barcelona Graduate School of Economics, Cambridge University
Illinois State Scholar, AP Scholar with Honors, AP Scholar with Distinction, National French Contest National Rank, National Honors Society, National Merit Scholar
I am an incoming grad student at Cambridge pursuing a PhD in International Health Economics. I studied Politics at Princeton University (’13) and received my masters in Economics from the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics (’16). I have spent time working in the international development and public health sectors across Latin America and hope to be able to utilize the knowledge I gained from my academic and professional experiences to write a dissertation wherein I seek to quantify the economic burden of disease in emerging markets. I am passionate about math, science, economics, politics and languages. I look forward to working with students who are excited about a variety of academic disciplines.
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