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Max  graduated from Duke University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology. He has completed two summer internships at the National Cancer Institute. He has been involved in medical research during undergraduate program at Duke. He is currently doing fellowship training at NIH and will apply for the medical school. His hobbies include Clarinet, Reading, and History.







Stephen graduated from Duke University in 2019 with a dual degree in biomedical engineering and electrical/computer engineering. He has been a teaching assistant for over 3 years at the college level and has countless hours of tutoring experience. He currently works at the NIH in the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bio-engineering and will apply for medical school. His hobbies include programming, running, swimming, rock climbing, and playing piano.





Charles is an eighth - Grader at Dr. Martin Luther King Middle School in Humanities and Communication program. He love to learn Spanish and like to share his learning experience to young kids. His hobbies include technology, film production and Minecraft.
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English Reading

Short Story Writing

Angelina is an eighth-grader at Roberto Clemente Middle School in the Math and Science program. For high school, she will be going to the IB Program at Richard Montgomery High School. She took the CogAT (Cognitive Abilities Test) in eighth grade as an entrance exam into Montgomery County’s magnet programs. The CogAT test includes sections that are similar to the Raven Progressive Matrices. She has taken AMC 10 and participated in the regional Science Olympiad competition. She is a two-time national finalist in eCYBERMISSION, a STEM competition organized by the US Army.


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Math Count

Math Kangaroo

Connor is a rising high school junior in the IB program at Richard Montgomery. He is STEM oriented, being an inaugural fellow in the SLH Foundation's STEM fellowship program, as well as a varsity athlete. He fills the web designer position for the organization MOCO Pride, and is an activist, having protested gun violence in schools and climate change, even appearing on the front page of many major news networks such as CNN, Vox, and the Washington Post for a climate rally. He is also the president of the RM Chinese Yoyo Club, and likes to spend his free time gardening and trying to live an eco-friendly life.
Katie is a rising junior in the IB program at Richard Montgomery High School. She started teaching science abroad last summer, and has continued to teach at the local Beall Elementary School ever since. She has received a Presidential Volunteer Service gold award for spending over 100 hours and teaching biology and chemistry. She has competed in the division C regional Science Olympiad competition, and placed 2nd overall. She is also part of her school's biology club, and the KAST (Kids Are Scientists Too) teaching club. In her free time she enjoys charcoal sketching and reading science-fiction novels.
Eddie is a rising sophomore in the IB program at Richard Montgomery Highschool. He’s been a tutor for Chinese immigrant students since middle school, while also teaching classes for both programming and leadership. He has also involved himself in math competitions since 6th grade, participating in various math competitions, even qualifying for the American Invitational Mathematics Examination (AIME). He is also a member of the RM robotics team “RM’d and Dangerous” as their programmer, and spends his free-time practicing his programming.
Joy Jiang is a 9th grader at Richard Montgomery High School in the IB Program. She loves to write and has been writing stories since early elementary school. She has won several writing competitions and has experience reporting and debating. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, playing tennis, and spending time with family and friends.
Ryan Yu is a Sophomore at Centennial High School and has taken all theoffered AP comp-sci classes. In his free time, he enjoys coding and
running. Ryan has participated in multiple hackathons winning cash
prizes along with working with renowned Comp-Sci professors. He is
eager to be able to teach Java.
Steven is a rising freshman at the STEM Magnet Program at Montgomery Blair High School. He has been working with and teaching young children since fifth grade. He has taken several advanced computer science courses for Scratch, Python, Javascript and HTML. He has been involved in various programming competitions such as the Montgomery Blair Informatics Tournament and the Richard Montgomery Programming Competition, and he achieved a silver award at the American Computer Science League Finals.
My name is Valerie Wang. I am a student at the University of Pennsylvania studying Economics. In my free time, I like to dance and paint. I can't wait to get to know you and teach English! 
My name is Laura Yao and I am studying Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. I have won many different awards which include DECA international finalist and Regeneron STS Top Scholar. I am also a part of an organization called inteGIRLS which works to empower girls in STEM. Some of my interests are solving puzzles and pogo-sticking. I really love teaching and can’t wait to meet everyone!
We are seeking passionate students from middle and high schools who are innovative, self-starters and believe in our educational mission. We seek to provide our next generation with an environment that is supportive, provides opportunity for continual growth, and is an enjoyable place to work. The qualifications include the followings: Good interpersonal and communication skills, School GPA 3.0 and love in teaching and/or working with young children. Please send your resume to 
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