Chaelee: United States: Pomona College: Jun 11, 2018

//Chaelee: United States: Pomona College: Jun 11, 2018

Chaelee: United States: Pomona College: Jun 11, 2018

Over my time at the high school, I had various opportunities to develop my leadership and organization abilities. I maintained a 4.0 GPA while being involved in many extra-curricular activities, tutoring, and taking eight Advanced Placement Classes. Balancing all of these different obligations has helped me develop greater time-management skills. Specifically, tutoring, and my work in National Honors Society and Knowledge Bowl have helped me gain greater communication and organization skills.
I began tutoring my freshman year, and I was able to help a senior struggling in Algebra II graduate. Since then, I have tutored over fifteen students, accumulating more than 300 community service hours. Over time, I noticed that there was particular demand for SAT and ACT tutoring, so I organized my own curriculum and lesson plans for students, as while as personalizing to each individual’s needs. This summer, I am coordinating with the Anacortes School District to teach a SAT Class for a small group of high school students. Tutoring has helped me learn how to communicate with a various amounts of people.
In college, I continued working in education, serving as a volunteer tutor for students studying AP Calculus at a local high school, and working as an education intern and tutor for Middle Tree Academy, where I organized the standardized test preparation curriculum there. Now, I serve as a mentor for the mathematics and physics department, teaching introductory level physics and Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus.
I have extensive experience with these subjects, am enthusiastic, patient, flexible, and accountable, and am happy to work with all students.

Name
Chaelee
Citizenship
United States
University
Pomona College
Desired Start Date
Jun 11, 2018

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