Alex graduated from McPherson College with a B.S. in Biochemistry. He plans to pursue his graduate degree in the public health sector. He’s been working as a tutor since 2008 and truly enjoys the opportunity to spark student’s interest in learning. His goal is to help every student understand that learning can always be simple, fun and/or rewarding. As a tutor/mentor for dozens of students over the years, he knows the importance of specializing his helping tactics for each individual. He embodies our motto of “we tutor the way you learn”! He is also fluent in Spanish.
Lauren Kwon has been working with children since 2013. She has worked with two different programs backed by the “No Child Left Behind Act”. While working with these programs she had the opportunity to work with children (in English and in Spanish) that were majorly struggling in school and/or have learning disabilities. Working with children, watching them gain confidence, and helping them reach their full potential to excel in a variety of subjects, has shown her the importance of a tailored learning approach. She looks forward to use this experience to further help your children's academic growth.
Jacob is currently attending California State University of Fullerton, pursuing a degree in Computer Engineering and a triple minor in: Spanish, Portuguese, and German. He has been working as an academic tutor since 2015 with students from Kindergarten to 12th grade. His goal is to work for a big name company such as Windows or Apple. His favorite pastimes are going to the gym, watching cartoons, and playing soccer. He is fluent in Spanish.
Hannah graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a minor in Film, Television, and Digital Media. She has loved the thrill of academic success and rigor ever since she could remember and has grown to love sharing that passion with others, even more. She loves helping the younger generations achieve their own dreams and academic goals, especially if it’s in the realm of writing, reading and solving problems unconventionally. In the near future, Hannah plans to carry her literary and academic passions through a graduate program, but for now, she plans on continuing to spend time with family, care for her two dogs, write, read, and take photos every day, and help others by ‘tutoring the way they learn, and not the way she teaches.’ She is also fluent in Spanish.