Matthew L.

Matt is currently pursuing his Master’s degree in the Department of Kinesiology at l’Université de Montréal after graduating with honours from the Kinesiology program at McGill University. His research interests are in the psychological and social aspects of recovery from a sport-related concussion. Currently, he is exploring psychological readiness in athletes returning to sport following a concussion using qualitative methods.

Finn K.

Finn is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in computer science at McGill University. He tutors private clients over the summer in his hometown, Brooklyn, NY, specializing in middle school and high school math. He has a passion for learning and teaching, and he is excited to collaborate with you on your studies. His outside interests of academics include basketball, skiing, blockchain, and cooking.

Parmida E.

Parmida is a JD/BCL student at the McGill Faculty of Law. Previously, she received her M.A. and B.A. Honours at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, B.C. She has over seven years of teaching experience, including in course design, seminar facilitation, essay writing, and research methods.

She has also worked as a professional copywriter and marketing expert, and enjoys advising students on business fundamentals, marketing, and adjacent topics.

Michael M.

Michael has a B.Com. in Economics with a major in Monetary Economics from the University of South Africa. He is currently pursuing his master’s degree in Econometrics at the University of Concordia. He has extensive experience in tutoring, having tutored various levels of economic disciplines and history throughout his studies. Michael’s approach to teaching is to make a personal connection with students and teach with passion while communicating the concepts and material learned in these topics to real-world applications and usages.
Outside his passion for economics and history, he is an avid guitarist, violinist, and novelist.

SELMA H.

Selma recently graduated from McGill University’s Bachelor of Education program where she specialized in high school English Language Arts and History. During her time living in Quebec, she taught and tutored in both English and French. She also made it onto the Dean’s List and earned several scholarships throughout her university years for maintaining a high cumulative GPA.

Growing up with an Egyptian father and a German mother, she developed a passion for languages and learned to speak English, French, German, Arabic, and Spanish. Her interest in Spanish led her to teaching English as a Second language in Spain. Later, she traveled to Costa Rica as a Program Leader for groups of American teenagers on community service trips. These international experiences fuelled her interest in working with youth.

Teaching has been a lifelong dream for Selma, and she believes that there is nothing more rewarding than being able to help a student gain confidence or understand a concept. For her, tutoring is all about listening and responding to her students’ unique needs. Selma recently moved to Ontario, and she is looking forward to her next adventure in a new province! You’ll often catch her planning her next hiking trip, dancing, singing, or going on long runs.

ALEX M.

Alex is an Ontario Certified Teacher – or soon to be, pending some more paperwork – who’s raring to go out and continue his teaching career after years spent abroad, in the private sector, and as a soccer and public speaking coach. An unabashed geek at heart and lover of all things anime, online, and creative, he is a firm believer in fostering a deeper, lifelong enthusiasm for learning by being, well… enthusiastic! Kids (and all people) don’t learn well if learning is a chore, and it is very possible to be academically rigorous while maintaining a sense of joy and wonder. He is particularly passionate about history, which he completed his undergraduate degree in. Yes, it CAN be fun and is a great medium through which to practice writing and critical thinking skills.

In general, Alex is a big fan of both of those things (he’s one of those people who holds opinions on the Oxford comma – beware) and, when he’s not busy camping, game designing, or mumbling calculations as he points an oversized telescope at the night sky, he teaches them both on a part-time and volunteer basis. Learning is something that he views as a panacea and a sort of vaccine against many of the hurdles and challenges that modern society presents us with. His goal is to turn it into a lifelong passion and, to this end, he has worked with everything from preschoolers to adult professionals over a diverse array of subjects and backgrounds. He is something of a polymath. Just… don’t get him started on Shakespeare. Again, he has opinions. You’ve been warned.

Alex Graduated summa cum laude from York University in 2022 with a Bachelor of Education to follow up on his 2015 Bachelor of Arts in History. He completed his teaching internship in the TDSB (Toronto District School Board), where he taught in a Grade 3 classroom after first having interned in Health & Physical Education. While in school, he remained active as an educator, coaching debate and public speaking classes, and teaching English, History, Science, and Research classes. He has a deep background in teaching ELL (English Language Learners), having previously done so abroad, in China, as well as right here in Canada. Just… remember your commas.

Angie G.

EN: Angie is in her third year pursuing a major in International Development Studies at McGill University with a minor in Sociology. She has a great passion for working with students and wants to inspire them to continue learning outside of the classroom. Angie has experience tutoring kids of all ages and is able to cater to the students’ learning styles and encourage them to do so as well!

FR: Angie en est à sa troisième année de majeure en études du développement international à l’Université McGill avec une mineure en sociologie. Elle a une grande passion pour le travail avec les étudiants et veut les inspirer à continuer à apprendre en dehors de la salle de classe. Angie a de l’expérience dans le tutorat d’enfants de tous âges et est capable de répondre aux styles d’apprentissage des élèves et de les encourager à le faire également !

Holly C.

Holly has her DEC in Law, Society, and Justice from Marianopolis College, and her Bachelor’s degree from The George Washington University with a major in International Affairs and a minor in Journalism and Mass Communication. She supports students in political science, English, Geography, and courses in American, Canadian, Quebec, Western Civilization, and Middle Eastern History. Holly’s students can expect her to tailor her coaching to best suit their unique learning styles. Additionally, she will always keep concepts relevant by teaching through the lens of “why does this matter?”. 

Justin D.

Justin is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) who currently works as a Tax Associate at Richter. He holds his Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Graduate Certificate in Professional Accounting (CPA Program) from McGill University. During his time in University, Justin also spent a semester abroad in England at the University of Manchester.

Justin has been a teaching assistant in McGill’s CPA program for the past two years and lead a Birthright Israel trip this past summer.

Joshua T.

Joshua is completing his last semester for Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Biology from Concordia University. He is currently in the process of applying to master’s programs at McGill University. After graduating with an honorary distinction from West-Island College in Dollard-des-Ormeaux, he attended Vanier College, where he graduated with a DEC of health sciences.

He has worked for seven years as a tutor, both independently as well as for various companies such as Paper tutoring. Over the years, he has had the pleasure of garnering extensive pedagogy experience, having spent a great deal of time working with children and teenagers of various backgrounds and grade levels. He has also worked as a counselor and supervisor at YCC, a sleepaway camp located in Huberdeau Quebec. In addition to tutoring, Josh has found a great deal of success in various business and creative ventures, which has taught him a great deal, leaving him with skills and perspectives which he finds great pleasure in sharing with others.