...I spent a year working as a mentor and tutor to middle school students through an Americorps program. I have also worked as a group leader/mentor to high school students during a volunteer weekend service learning program. In addition to this, when I am not in class, I work as a Site Coordinator for a before and after school program at kindergarten and K-6 schools in the South Jersey.
Bellmawr, NJView Tutor
I have a Ph.D. in theoretical particle physics, one of the most mathematically demanding branches of physics, from UCLA. My undergrad degree from Cornell U. was also in physics. From my five years as a teaching assistant in Physics in graduate school at UCLA, I have a great deal of experience with students, and I know that most of them say "I hate physics", and that's OK.
Wynnewood, PAView Tutor
...During this time I was inducted in into the National Honors Society. As a member of the NHS I would volunteer by offering tutoring hours to my fellow classmates. Upon graduation, I began my studies at Saint Joseph's University.
Moorestown, NJView Tutor
...My graduate education was in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Delaware, where I received an Masters of Applied Science and a Doctorate. I truly enjoy teaching. My favorite experience is to see the student have that "A-HA" moment.
Kennett Square, PAView Tutor
...Parents and students have also expressed appreciation for my ability to explain things in a simple, understandable manner. It is important to me to help the student to succeed and to feel confident that he or she is capable of mastering the material. I have learned to adapt to each student's learning style and pride myself on maintaining an atmosphere of encouragement.
Newark, DEView Tutor