Stefanos S.

Stefanos Singelakis graduated with an MA from Concordia University. He now works as an elementary school teacher at a private school in Montreal. Stefanos is highly organized and enjoys being of service to others by helping learners of all ages succeed in their studies. Presently, he also works as a tutor and professional development facilitator. He offers his tutorial services to learners from the elementary to the university level as well as to professionals. Previously, Stefanos has likewise taught at the high school level and possesses experience teaching at a university.

Rachel M.

Rachel graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with Honors and a minor in Narrative Studies. She is continuing her academic pursuits at the McGill Faculty of Law’s J.D./B.C.L. program
Rachel tutors a variety of subjects but is particularly comfortable with English, psychology, science, as well as standardized testing (SAT, ACT, LSAT, etc.) material.
Rachel recently published her first research paper, “Addiction science and conceptions of freewill”, in the scientific journal Addictive Behaviors. She was the opinion editor and columnist for USC’s only student-run publication, the Daily Trojan, and is a four-time Canadian national public speaking champion. Rachel’s extensive writing experience make her qualified to assist students with writing challenges of all forms (research papers, lab reports, college application essays, etc.).
Further, Rachel’s public speaking accolades render her uniquely equipped to communicate difficult material and her extraverted personalty allows her to build rapport quickly with students.

Anna C.

Anna recently completed her DEC from Dawson College in Liberal Arts (honors) and will be attending McGill next Fall to start her Bachelor of Arts, with a double major in Political Science and English Theatre. In addition, Anna was a member of Dawson College’s Model UN team.

She works as a teaching assistant and camp counselor at the Segal Centre for Performing Arts, where she coordinates theatre activities for children while ensuring their physical and emotional wellbeing.

Her specialties include English and History (Elementary and High School), and Elementary Math and Science. She is also bilingual and tutors French as a Second Language. She has both tutored and babysat privately for years, including children aged 3-12. She tutored students at Royal West in English, math, science, French, History, and geography, while maintaining contact with parents and teachers on the student’s progress.

Her love of kids combined with her experience in teaching and activity coordination will create a fun and comfortable environment for all children to learn and grow.

Maria G

My name is Maria and I’m a recent graduate of McGill University with a double major in chemistry and geography who graduated in the top 2% of my class. I love tutoring science and geography, and I have also taken the MCAT (scored 522) and SAT (scored 1530) so I can tutor for these standardized tests as well.

Stefanos S

Stefanos Singelakis graduated with an MA from Concordia University. He now works as an elementary school teacher at a private school in Montreal. Stefanos is highly organized and enjoys being of service to others by helping learners of all ages succeed in their studies. Presently, he also works as a tutor and professional development facilitator. He offers his tutorial services to learners from the elementary to the university level as well as to professionals. Previously, Stefanos has likewise taught at the high school level and possesses experience teaching at a university.

Connor G

Major History,Major Philosophy and a Masters in Teaching and Learning

Extensive experience tutoring disciplines focused on writing.

I have a love for cooking. I have been playing and studying music since I was four years old.

Shiraz S

I graduated from Ecole Maimonide campus Jacob Safra. I have won numerous awards throughout high school, including the valedictorian medal. I have also received a Fall 2020 entry scholarship to Vanier College.

Over the past two years, I worked as a ski/snowboard counselor and worked as a day camp staff. Furthermore, I frequently babysat for children ages 3 to 11.

I was a participant in the Hospital Opportunity Program for students at the Jewish General Hospital and am currently a volunteer for the friendship circle, MADA, Vanier Medlife, and Ometz organizations.

I am hardworking, determined, organized, patient, approachable, and fun!

Tatiana

Tatiana has completed her final year of her bachelor’s degree in Education at McGill University. She holds her Diploma of Collegial Studies in Social Sciences from Dawson College.

Her specialties include: English, French and science at all grade levels. She also teaches French as a second language for all levels, enriched French for grades 7-8, and all ministry exam criteria.

Tatiana completed her internships at Marymount High school, Rosemere High school, and North Star Academy. She has tutored part-time at Trafalgar School for Girls, where she works closely with international students. She has also worked with kids and adolescents as a dance instructor.

She is an active member of McGill University’s student life, and serves as an orientation staff member for McGill’s orientation week, for which she guides and acquaints new students to the McGill and Montreal communities.

Tatiana has been influenced by two fundamental guiding pedagogical values; the importance of inclusivity and a positive classroom climate. She loves both teaching kids and learning about the psychology behind education. Her wonderful personality, combined with her patience and accommodating teaching style, creates a beautiful classroom dynamic.

Jacquelyn D. H.

Jacky holds her Bachelor of Education (English and French) from The King’s University.

She has privately tutored French and ELA from grades 5 to 9, Math, Social Sciences, English,, French as a Second Language and Chemistry. She worked as an Educational Facilitator for Inclusion Alberta, where she facilitated the inclusion of 4 students with disabilities at MacEwan University, by developing individualized support strategies to enable them with completing course material, connecting with peers on campus, and gaining and maintaining employment within their given field of study.

Over the past, two years, Jacky has worked as a Support Worker for an individual with a developmental disability, helping him to develop his career as both a writer and as a fundraising professional.

In the past, she worked as a Child Care Assistant in YMCA of Northern Alberta, where she provided after-school programming for 50 students ranging from Kindergarten to Grade 6 at Mount Pleasant Elementary School.

As the Section Director at the YMCA, she directed and administrated over 350 campers, providing discipline, communicating with parents, and building a positive environment for different personality types within the section.

Jacky’s incredible experience teaching multiple students at once, combined with her knowledge of lesson planning and curriculum enrichment, provide a stimulating, professional environment in which her students may thrive.

Ryan M.

Ryan holds a B.Sc Honours degree in Biochemistry from Mt. Allison University and. M.Sc in Marine Biology from Memorial University. His academic research included endosymbiosis in photosynthetic sea slugs and modeling biogeochemical feedback processes in the North Atlantic.

Ryan’s teaching career has seen him work at international schools across Africa, Asia and North America. He is an experienced tutor of Middle and High School, and University students, including the IB program.

He began formal tutoring in 2001, supporting WUSC’s student refugee program. His teaching specialties now include the Extended Essay and TOK components of the IBDP, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Systems, as well as pre-Calculus and Calculus I.

Ryan is passionate about outdoor education and experiential learning, highlights include: interdisciplinary studies during camping expeditions in the Japanese Alps, midnight biodiversity surveys in the Western Ghats, service learning during Group 4 projects in the Verde Island Passage in the Philippines, and marine mammal dissections around Vancouver Island.

Ryan’s subject expertise and learner-centered approach make his lessons authentic, memorable, and fun. He is also a veteran science teacher, SCUBA instructor, and wildlife photographer.