CAE tutors work with students in writing, math, science, business, languages, and a range of other subject areas. Check out the biographies below to learn more about our diverse student and professional tutors. Interested in becoming a tutor? Click here. Peer tutors:
- Maintain a 3.0 or higher GPA and have excelled in subjects they tutor
- Take a rigorous tutor-training course
- Earn nationally-recognized certification through the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA)
- Receive close mentoring and support from the CAE professional staff
Bio coming soon!
Becky is majoring in biology with the hopes of obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in biology and then getting her certification as a Medical Lab Technician. She is a senior at UNH Manchester expecting to graduate in fall of 2015. She became a tutor after realizing how fulfilling it was to help her fellow classmates in subjects like chemistry and psych stats. She chose to tutor in writing because she hopes she can help give direction to her fellow classmates who struggle with ideas and structure when writing papers.
Brianna is a junior Psychology major beginning her first semester as a UNH tutor for Statistics. She previously tutored high school math. Her professional goals include attending graduate school with a focus in the area of speech and language pathology. Her interests beyond academics include reading, hiking, canoeing, and swimming.
Bruce is a third year biology major entering his first year as a tutor. He plans to obtain an MD/PhD in biochemistry and to work as a physician scientist researching infectious disease and other medical ailments. Bruce enjoys tutoring the sciences and writing because he loves helping others, and is passionate about science and education.
Caroline is currently a sophomore in the Communication Arts program. She divides her time between classes, serving as an Orientation Leader, tutoring students in writing at the Center for Academic Enrichment, and volunteering in classrooms that teach English to new Americans. After graduating from UNH Manchester, she hopes to secure a job in Human Resources. As a writing tutor, Caroline looks forward to working with other students and helping them excel in their writing.
Christen is a Business major in her second year at UNH. This is her first year as a tutor and she will be tutoring Macroeconomics and Microeconomics. Her academic goals are to learn as much as possible and to always be challenged in order to broaden her horizons. Her career plans are to contribute as much as she can to society and to make a difference in the world. What she likes about tutoring is the opportunity to help others.
Christine is a Professional Science Tutor and part-time adjunct instructor who holds a MEd in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus in adult education, and a BS in Biology focusing in Ecology, Evolution and Behavior. A UNH alum, Christine is thrilled to be at UNH Manchester, noting “The diversity, academic commitment, and tight knit community of UNH Manchester students makes this a dynamic and inspiring place to be.” She tutors content for all of the science courses in the biology major and writing in the science discipline, and excels at helping students discover and refine the study skills that will bring them success. Christine also teaches a variety of biology labs, summer biology lecture courses, and STEM Scholar cohort courses, and works with students in ongoing ecology field research projects. In her spare time, she enjoys outdoor sports with her family and dogs, and dabbling in the visual arts.
Connor is a Psychology major in his second year at UNH Manchester. He tutors undergraduate writing and serves as a class link for ENGL 401 First Year Writing. Connor is also the president of the on-campus charitable group, Be Involved, and he hopes to hold a position as an educator in the future. Connor became a CAE tutor because he enjoys working with peers, and likes to encourage them to ask questions in order to better their chances for success.
Jenna is a biology major who is in her sophomore year. On top of her interest in science, she enjoys writing and has always had a passion for it. In the future she plans on becoming a pharmacist.
Jonathan G. is a Biology major in the class of 2017. This is his first year having tutoring as a job, and he plans to tutor math (Algebra, pre-calculus, and calculus). He plans to maintain his position on the Dean’s List after all the hard work he put in to get there. After college, he plans to either be a veterinarian, physician, or nutritionist/personal trainer. He plans to tutor because he enjoys helping people that need his help to fulfill important goals, like passing classes.
Bio coming soon!
Julian is a second year CIS major who has been tutoring for a total of one semester in math (up to Calculus), and programming om Java and HTML. He plans to obtain a BS in CIS and to become involved in a career in either network administration or database management. The thing he likes most about tutoring is experiencing subjects he thought he knew in a different light through the tutee perspective.
Bio coming soon!
Katie is a history major at UNH Manchester. She is a junior and has been tutoring students for over a year in writing and history. After graduating, Katie plans on going to graduate school to get her master’s in Education. Every semester she looks forward to meeting new students and to help them master their writing skills.
Bio coming soon!
Laura is a Psychology major who is the primary support tutor for Nutrition, and also tutors writing. She is very close to sophomore class standing, and plans to pursue graduate school after obtaining a Bachelor's degree. Her eventual goal is to obtain a PhD. She plans to be a practicing Psychologist and teach college courses. She enjoys helping others, and tutoring is a great way to accomplish that.
Ryane is a non-traditional student with a prior B.A. in Economics, which he obtained in 2009. He is a Biological Sciences major and is a member of the class of 2016. Ryane’s current tutoring areas include General Chemistry and Biology, and will hopefully expand to include Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry. He loves the sciences and he loves working with fellow students to help them learn and have a deep understanding of the material. Ryane is the founder and president of UNH Manchester's Pre-Dental Society and he enjoys being involved with the campus in many ways. Ryane is applying to dental school in June 2015 and he looks forward to one day owning his own dental practice!
Sara is in her junior year pursuing a dual degree in psychology and sign language interpretation. After UNH Manchester, Sara hopes to continue her education to become an art therapist of clinical psychologist. Sara loves participating on campus and spends her time with student activities or other classmates. She is also a dedicated cat lover. Sara is extremely excited for this school year and looks forward to working with peers to further their educational goals.
Thomas is entering his junior year at UNH Manchester, and his second semester as a writing tutor. Thomas is a history major, while minoring in education, and hopes to become a teacher at the secondary level. Tutoring has been beneficial in that it has provided rudimentary skills and techniques that will translate easily into a teaching career.
Tim is a senior this year in the Biology Program. Since switching careers from finance and brokerage, he has dedicated himself to achieving a lifelong goal to pursue medicine. Tim has great pride in a role he has amongst his peers as someone to be sought out for help with a range of academics. Now he has taken that to a new level as a CAE tutor to be available to all.
Vanessa is a biology major and is about to begin her first year of tutoring. As a sophomore, she is continuing to focus her education on ecology and sustainability in hopes to have a career that helps improve the environment. This upcoming academic year, she will be tutoring students in Spanish and statistics. Vanessa believes the best part of tutoring is getting to be a bigger part of the college community and spending more time on campus with students and staff.
Interested in becoming a tutor? Contact us today.