College Bound Mentorship

College Bound Mentorship

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About

My tutoring services are focused on math, physics, and college test prep and applications.

I’m here if you need someone to explain concepts, work through homework problems, build up your college application resume, or even if you want someone to look over and edit some of your writing.

Feel free to message me if you would like to work together or if you have any questions.

I enjoy interacting with students from diverse backgrounds and help them succeed. I want to share the resources and experiences I have gathered through my time in school, undergrad, and grad school to help students understand what paths and options are available to them through their academic careers.


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Serves Glendale, AZ
Offers online services

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Naya

She gives her undivided attention to the student and is patient and creative
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July 18, 2019

Frequently asked questions

1. Student needs

2. Discuss student’s motivations/learning style

3. Create an appropriate lesson plan

1. BS in Electrical Engineering

2. MS in Electrical Engineering (focus in optics and photonics)

3. Acceptance and scolarships into several top 20 US Colleges (including IVY Leagues)

4. 2 years of industry experience as an Optical Engineer

5. 5 years of tutoring and mentorship experience

Mentorship Rate: $30/30mins or $60/hour

From mentoring younger students when I was in high school, to Each One Teach One in college, to Girls Learning Electrical Engineering in grad school, tutoring has always been an important part of my life.

I have primarily worked with high school students and undergraduate students. I strongly support diversity and making academic resources available to all students. 

Founding an outreach and mentorship program at my alma mater. 

Each and every student is unique and may have a unique learning style. Voicing that style, being open about your goals, and not being afraid to ask for help are what make a student-teacher pairing effective. So, have goals and look for a teacher who listens to your needs. 

What helps you learn? Better yet, what makes you want to learn? Think back to a class you’ve really liked or a teacher who inspired you to push yourself. 


Services offered

Math
Violin