TarynMy interest in teaching and tutoring started in high school. I enjoy helping students work through the process of learning the subject they find difficult. It's rewarding to help the students overcome learning obstacles, especially when I see them sharing what they know with others students to help them learn as well. Currently I am studying political science at the University of Minnesota, and I'm looking to work abroad for a nonprofit. I can tutor reading, study skills and organization, public speaking, English, political science, social sciences, elementary level math, essays, government, and test preparation for the ACT and others. In my free time, I like to read and collect books, crochet, run, bike, and enjoy nature.
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities - Current Undergrad, Political Science and Government
NisargI'm pursuing a neuroscience bachelor's degree from the UM - Twin Cities. I'm very active, and I enjoy politics, economics, poetry, participating in clubs at the University, reading, writing poetry, and breakdancing. In addition, I consider myself to be kind of nerdy, and I love sci-fi and fantasy. I'm very personable and friendly, and I love to try new things. As a tutor, I look at learning and teaching as both a privilege and responsibility. If you're willing to put in the effort, I am too. I believe anything can be done, including learning difficult topics, when you are patient and willing to work hard.
University of Minnesota - Bachelors, Neuroscience
High School Business
MuntaserI graduated from the Illinois Institute of Technology with a bachelor's degree in computer engineering. My focus was back-end development. As an undergraduate, I had the opportunity to be a TA for two years. After graduation, I've worked in software engineering for several years. I've also been tutoring chemistry, physics, and math at the high school level. My favorite subjects to tutor are calculus and geometry. When students struggle to learn science and math topics, I like to explain problem-solving and concepts in ways that are easy to understand. I don't give away the answers to problems, but I guide students along the path to find the answers on their own, making students confident in their abilities. When I have free time, I enjoy watching and playing sports like tennis and soccer, programming for fun, watching movies, listening to music, traveling, and hanging out with friends.
Illinois Institute of Technology - Bachelors, Computer Engineering
Computer Game Design