TravisI have over three years of experience as a tutor. I have worked with students as young as kindergarten and as old as college. When tutoring, my philosophy is to fill the gaps in education. I encourage students to ask questions, and I also encourage students to find these answers themselves. Through this method, I strive to help students gain a deeper understanding of their academic materials. My favorite subjects are calculus and algebra, and I am working towards a mathematics degree from California State University - Monterey Bay. When I am not studying, I spend my free time rock climbing, flying drones, participating in math competitions, and disc golfing.
California State University-Monterey Bay - Current Undergrad, Mathematics
JulieI have been tutoring for six years now. Most of my experience involved working with students aged 7-18 on STEM subjects such as Mathematics (up to and including Calculus), Physics, Biology, and Chemistry. However, I have also worked on English, SAT prep, and the piano. I feel that the secret to education is to come up with a hook that engages a student's interest. I'm a big fan of music and sports (especially soccer), so you can expect a lot of analogies to both in my study sessions! I have other interests as well, including hiking, running, and reading. I look forward to working with you and/or your child in the future!
The University of Texas at Austin - Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering
AP Physics 1
High School Physics
JohnI'm Johnny, and I'm attending Santa Clara University to earn my undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering. I love STEM subjects, and I feel privileged to be able to study them in college. As a tutor, I can assist students in a wide range of subjects, including but not limited to calculus, trigonometry, physics, geometry, algebra, Spanish, study skills, organizational skills, and literature. My other interests include football, video games, soccer, weightlifting, and basketball.
Santa Clara University - Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
High School Physics