Middletown, CT, 06459
Joined on October, 2010
Weekends in the afternoon
Up to 15 minutes away for no additional charge
EducationWesleyan University, Class of 2014: Undeclared (Potentially Theater)
The Calhoun School, Class of 2010
ExperienceI have a full high school education, including four years of each of the following subjects:
At Wesleyan University, I am currently enrolled in the following courses:
Calc I, Part I
Elementary Russian I
Introduction to Playwriting
Plays for Performance
My favorite courses from high school are the following:
History/Politics of the Modern Middle East
Single Variable Calculus
Bible as Literature (and all other English classes)
My SAT Reasoning Test scores are the following:
My SAT Subject Test scores are the following:
I want to be a tutor because in high school, my tutor helped me overcome several academic hurdles and I want to help other students do the same. I feel that I can help students with research, essay-writing, creative writing, problem solving, SAT prep, and more. I can also assist with time management as I know all too well that "running out of time" is a widespread epidemic in today's student culture.
During this past summer, I was a Junior Boys Cabin Counselor at Interlochen Arts Camp in Michigan. Though the experience was different from that of tutoring, it taught me to be more patient and understanding. I believe that these qualities, matched up with the education I have so far received, will help me to become a great tutor.
HobbiesI am very well-versed in popular culture, knowing many things about music, theater, film, and television. I am an actor, musician (piano and guitar), writer, slam poet, and rapper.
I have participated in all of my high school theater productions and I have performed in six of the eight chorus concerts.
In the spring semester of my senior year, I wrote and staged a theatrical work entitled INTERVIEWS WITH BIBLICAL CHARACTERS, which included, among other things, a hip-hop interpretation of the Book of Job.
For my playwriting class, I am currently working on a piece tentatively titled DON'T DRINK THE SNAPPLE. It takes place in a Nebraskan Gas & Grocery and reflects on themes such as racism, youth in revolt, America's corporation culture, and the inability to understand World War II and the Holocaust.
While here at Wesleyan, I am making sure to participate in slam poetry competitions, open mics, and theater productions. I have performed in some capacity at least once every two weeks since the day I arrived.
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