I currently work in the nonprofit industry, but teaching young minds is a passion of mine. I received my undergraduate degree in Art and Design and Religious Studies. My Masters degree is in Nonprofit Administration. I have tutored children in grades K-12 for the past three years in various subjects from Math, Science, Reading, Writing, Adobe and design related training, and so on. I specialize in elementary reading tutoring and received training to assist young students reach grade level requirements.
Previously, most of my students received tutoring through a scholarship program. I am comfortable providing a sliding scale cost for families that have income restrictions.
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I initially meet with the parents to address their areas of concern and to discuss their goals for their child. Through an initial assessment, I will make suggestions for frequency of tutoring. I am also comfortable with providing a less personalized tutoring experience for a lower cost. This option is generally considered "Homework Help".
I have been trained by CMS schools in Charlotte, NC to faciliate a reading tutoring program in order to bring 2nd and 3rd grade students to grade level reading requirements.
I have developed and implemented curriculum for students grades K-12 for a faith-based nonprofit.
Yes, my standard rate for specialized tutoring is $40 an hour. For a less personalized approach, also called "Homework Help", I charge $20 an hour. If you are income restricted, I would love to provide full and partial scholarships so that your student can have equal access to tutoring and reach their highest learning potential.
Through my position as the Director of Operations at a youth development nonprofit. I had previous teaching experiences with children in art education, but more formal experience came with my position at the nonprofit.
I have worked with students of all ages from K-12 and some freshman college students. I specialize in Elementary grade levels.
I assisted a student that I tutor with her final science fair project. Not only were the memories made a complete blast, but it was satisfying to hear from the parent that the child had met their academic goals and her testing scores were higher than expected by her teacher (based on performance in previous terms).