1333 W Dogna Ave.
Anaheim, CA 92801
Phone: (714) 469-3111 Email: Drahlar@gmail.com
My mission is to ensure the continual progression of society through educating our young adults.
My goal is to complete a Masters degree in Math and/or Physics and teach at the community college level.
Hard-working, outgoing individual with a passion for helping others. I am articulate when talking and easily engage in casual or professional conversations with others. I have well developed interpersonal skills and am a happy, energetic people person with and knack for teaching. I am considered an intelligent individual and am known by my peers to set the curve on exams.
Oxford Academy – Fall 2001-Winter 2003
Magnet college preparatory school. Attended for Jr. High and first half of Freshmen year.
Cypress High – Class of 2007
Finished all but an English class by junior year. Completed the California High School Proficiency Exam to start community college by 17
Cypress College – Fall 2006-Winter 2009
Areas of study: Math and Physics. Transferred with 3.4 academic GPA and completed IGETC (completion of general education requirements for UC and Cal-Sates)
University of California Santa Cruz – Fall 2009-Spring 2010
Majored in Electrical Engineering and Pure Mathematics. Left due to financial and personal reasons. Am currently accepted to go back to complete 7 more classes for my B.S. in Mathematics and plan to if financial resources permit.
Mataguay Scout Reservation – Summers 2003-2012
Counselor; taught cooking, orienteering, swimming, life guarding, row boating, kayaking, and canoeing. Obtained lifeguard certification through Boy Scouts of America. Was promoted to director of Blackfoot pool where I oversaw young lifeguards teach while being responsible for all equipment, pool safety, and parental concerns. My job was to create a lesson plan for the week that would allow the scouts to accomplish all the mandatory requirements for a merit badge and oversee my lifeguards teach it. My goal was to let my staff learn how to teach classes and keep control of a groups of sugar-high children while maintaining the fun-filled atmosphere of a summer camp.
Tudor; Cypress High School - 2004-2006
Tutored struggling peers with math, physics, and chemistry. Was recommended by my chemistry teacher to the principle who gave me direct leads to parents in need of a tutor for their children. Was paid to do 1-on-1 work with individual students where I helped them better understand material, complete homework, and prepare for quizzes and tests. I learned the challenge of successful tutoring is to never give