Chelsea Geier is a Certified Teacher. She received her bachelor’s degree in English Education and Spanish from Colorado State University. She currently lives in Boulder, where she is completing her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Naropa University.
For the past seven years, Chelsea has been a public school teacher. She has extensive experience teaching middle school students; however, she enjoys working with students of all ages. For example, for a year and a half, Chelsea was a volunteer English teacher for the Peace Corps in Costa Rica, which dramatically improved her Spanish language skills.
Beyond teaching literacy skills to students, Chelsea values relationship building most of all, because learning can’t happen without a solid student-teacher connection. Chelsea also supports the development of the whole child, especially with regards to self-esteem and confidence. She firmly believes that self-esteem makes the biggest difference when it comes to helping students learn.
Chelsea grew up in Parker, Colorado and loves spending time outdoors, camping, running, and hiking.
Victoria received a Bachelor’s Degree in Childhood Education and a Master’s Degree in Special Education from Manhattan College. Victoria is now a tenured New York City Department of Education teacher working in a 12:1:1 classroom with Special Education students. In her six years of experience, Victoria has worked in a day treatment school setting which focuses on preparing students to succeed both inside and outside of the classroom.
Victoria has experience working with students who have a wide variety of learning styles and needs. She understands the importance of planning engaging and differentiated lessons to meet the needs of each individual student. Victoria also prioritizes creating a safe, respectful, and growth-producing environment with each student and their families. She is passionate about making learning fun and celebrating each learning milestone a child makes–no matter how big or small!
When Victoria is not teaching she enjoys cooking, spending time with her family and friends, and relaxing on the beach.
Alexa is in her second year at McGill University studying Anatomy and Cell Biology. She graduated from CEGEP Vanier College in 2021 where she obtained her DEC in Health Sciences. Alexa has a passion for medicine and loves to paint! Her role as a tutor is to help students learn in a unique way and achieve the grades that they deserve!
Hi, I’m Isabelle! I am currently a teacher candidate at Ontario Tech University in Intermediate/Senior Math and Physics. Prior to my bachelor of education, I completed an honours degree in Applied and Industrial Mathematics at OTU. I have also tutored and conducted tutorials for math course at the university.
I am passionate about mathematics, and believe that with the right instructor, everyone has the ability to succeed in their math class.
My goal is to create an inclusive and engaging learning environment that empowers learners to reach their full potential. Ultimately, I aim to equip learners with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to succeed in their future.
Stephanie has a B.A. in History, and minor in English from Simon Fraser University. She is also a qualified EAL instructor. Her specialty has been supporting middle and high school students in Humanities and English composition. She has also worked with students internationally on English acquisition.
Hillary is a graduate from the Bachelor of Education program at the University of Ontario Institute and Technology (UOIT). Additionally, she completed her undergraduate degree with a double major and joint minor from Trent University.
Certified since 2016, Hillary has worked both locally in Durham and overseas in pursuit of her passion for Education.
As a permanent Teacher within the Durham Catholic District School Board, she is qualified to teach a variety of subjects including: English, History, Religion, Indigenous Studies and Special Education.
Through tutoring, Hillary strives not only to motivate and encourage her pupils to do their best, but to also build upon their resiliency and confidence skills overall.
Learning is a lifelong process that can be fulfilling as well as fun!
An avid traveller in her downtime, Hillary loves to immerse herself in new cultures and experiences.
Omar holds a bachelor of business administration from ESADE Business School and a master’s degree in hospitality management from Les Roches. Additionally, he is completing his bachelor’s degree in education at the University of Ottawa in the junior and intermediate divisions. His main didactic is mathematics. He likes to listen to his students and their needs to provide them with quality teaching leading to their academic or professional goals. Also, if you need to improve your language skills he will certainly help you as he speaks French, English, Spanish and Arabic. He taught French to federal government employees during two years so he has experience preparing students to reach the level of comfort needed to pass both oral and written exams.
Melissa is a Master of Teaching student and a teacher candidate from U of T OISE. She has experience tutoring and teaching a diverse group of high school students ranging from TDSB to the highly academic UTS private school. She is a recent graduate from the University of Toronto and obtained her Honours Bachelor of Science degree, with a double major in human biology and molecular biology. She graduated with a 3.8 GPA so she is very knowledgeable in the field of science, coupled with her experience working as a teaching assistant at U of T, she has all the learning skills and tips that can help students succeed in one of the world’s highest-ranking universities. She will be a certified teacher in Ontario next year after she graduates from her Master of Teaching program. Some of the subjects that she can teach are K-12 Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Math, Geography, and Mandarin.
Camille is an Ontario Certified Teacher, qualified to teach at the primary, junior, and intermediate levels. She completed her teacher education in Jamaica, however, she has taught in Ontario for over 10 years. Camille is currently working with the Peel District School board. Her teaching/tutoring style is very student-centered, and she meets students where they are academically, and then works with them to achieve their highest potential. Camille thoroughly enjoys working with students to meet and overcome any challenges they may have in language, math, or French.
Alex has two bachelor’s degrees, one in Psychology and another in Mathematics and Chemistry. Throughout his degrees he was consistently on the Dean’s List and was awarded multiple awards for academic achievement. He has been tutoring for over five years and loves finding new ways to help students understand the foundations of science and math. He takes a friendly and easygoing approach that adapts to your needs, and pushes you step-by-step to build confidence gradually. He likes to explore the big-picture meaning behind topics so that students feel connected to why what they’re studying matters, as well as focusing closely on the finer details so that the student will know how to adapt to the many kinds of problems they may be presented with. He strives to help students get the grades that they desire while also developing a new appreciation for the subject that they are studying, so that it feels more exciting to learn.