I was an instructor in the the College of Engineering’s 2017 Jump Start program, which helps engineering students prepare for their entrance-to-major physics and mathematics classes. I taught the preparatory course for Physics 211.

As an undergraduate, I tutored both individuals and groups for mathematics classes ranging from basic algebra to 300-level introduction to differential equations, as well as statistics and general physics. As the president of our chapter of the Society of Physics Students, I organized and prepared demonstrations for several outreach events at a museum, elementary and high schools, a children’s center, and more.

I have also written study guides and practice questions for test preparation material for the SAT, ASVAB and TEAS as a freelancer with Union Test Prep.