Describe your tutoring experience if you have any:
Both in and out of school, I have worked to share my knowledge with my peers. For example, I am a tutor for Science, Math, and Chinese Honor Society. Engaging with a variety of high school students, I help them with homework assignments, test corrections, and other educational opportunities that allow them to grow as avid learners. In the process, I also learn more about myself and develop various ways to communicate information more efficiently. Last summer, I also served as a chemistry mentor for BranchOut! at Justice High School. There, I engaged with students that were my age and not only was I able to create valuable friendships, but I also witnessed their increased passion for learning, even in a short three weeks. As co-president of Kids Are Scientists Too Club (KAST) and a tutor at Kumon, a learning center, I have also tutored younger age groups. With younger students, I strive to make the process more engaging and typically have to be more patient as well. Simultaneously, they also allow me to see education through new perspectives and allow me to grow more appreciative of education’s ability to bring together a multitude of different people.