I do not solely follow one teaching methodology, as I believe that each student is different. My strategy is to find which way of learning comes naturally to the student in order to make the material easier to digest. My goal is to not only teach a student how to excel at just one particular subject, but to also be able to take the strategies learned and use them in future academic endeavors.
I am a grad student studying U.S. Foreign Policy at GW's Elliott School in D.C. I graduated in the top of my class from Cal State Bakersfield with two BAs. I have informally tutored throughout my time in college in many subjects.
Bakersfield College (2012 – May 2016)
Majors: History, Political Science & Anthropology
International Students Organization - Held different positions during my membership. I was the Inter-Club representative, the vice-president, and co-president. The purpose of the club was to create a welcoming environment, “home away from home”, for international students. The club also served as a place for American and International students to share their cultures with one another.
California State University, Bakersfield (August 2016 – May 2020)
BA in History & Political Science
Honors & Awards: Dean’s List, Phi Alpha Theta (History Honor Society – current President), Pi Sigma Alpha (Political Science Honor Society) , Alpha Chi (College Honor Society) and National Society for Leadership and Success. Recipient of History Department’s J.R. Wonderly Award and recipient of Dean of Arts & Humanities Award/Grant for undergraduate research.
George Washington University – Elliott School of International Affairs (August 2020 – Present)
MA in International Relations – Concentration in U.S. Foreign Policy
History Research Center (Fall 2017) - Archival Intern.
•As an Intern at the archives in the Walter Stiern Library at CSUB I helped transcribe court record of insane asylum commitments in Kern County from 1916 to 1920.
•I also helped with miscellaneous tasks such as locating specific documents in the archives when needed.
The Maddy Institute - California State Assembly (Spring 2018) - Legislative Scholar Intern at Assemblymember Rudy Salas Jr. Bakersfield District Office.
•As a Maddy Intern I performed a number of tasks at the office I was assigned to. I performed a myriad of basic office administrative tasks, as well as in depth research for the Assemblymember’s field representatives.
•During my time at the Bakersfield District Office I kept the field representatives up to date on the legislation the Assemblymember had drafted, I created and disseminated the morning news briefing, and worked on constituent cases assigned to me by my supervisors.
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