I have extensive experience working with diverse groups of people. I believe that educational environments are nourishing, I’ve worked and volunteered in public and private spheres for K-College Preparatory levels (Stanford Binet, Gifted and Talented, Private school visits/AABL). I have proficient communication skills, sharp thinking skills, and I can evaluate and interpret large volumes of data. In the past I have worked one on one in interactive academic sessions with children from the age of three up to the age of fourteen. I prep for private school admission tests held in New York. After every session, I am responsible to debrief the student’s caretaker as well as submit session reports on an online portal. On a regular basis I am interacting with all kinds of personalities; mostly children with separation anxiety. I examine and target parents pain points, I cater to their needs on a socioemotional level. Clientele varies about four to seven students a day. I developed my sense of empathy working here, I am also able to adapt to different personalities with ease. I have also developed weekly lesson plans and homework for two sets of classes. I held classes on a weekly basis. I was responsible of creating all of documents for my classrooms as well as grading homework, classwork, and tests. I developed personable mentor/mentee relationships with youth. My goal was to familiarize the students in ELA concepts, so that they can achieve higher scores in their grade school.
Hunter College of the City University of New York