I'm a graduating physics major at MIT with a double minor in math and spanish. Both of my parents are high school teachers; my mom being an AP Spanish teacher and my dad an AP Physics teacher. I've grown up around education, and it's something I can see myself doing in the long run. Aside from tutoring my peers in high school, I've been tutoring freshmen at MIT in physics for the past three years. Every summer I've taught a physics section for incoming freshmen to help them get used to the rigors of MIT through this program called Interphase. I really enjoy sharing my passion for physics with other students, and that's why I try to teach in a fun and exciting way, relating the material to every day life so that it can easily be understood.