Andrew Apostolopoulos has over 10 years experience in teaching and tutoring in multiple subjects with a primary emphasis in Mathematics. Andrew began his tutoring career as an undergraduate, where he served as a Mathematics Peer Mentor at Rutgers University. This undergraduate tutoring was then followed up with tutoring postings at several institutions, including Raritan Valley Community College and Middlesex County College.
In addition to private tutoring, Andrew is a licensed high school mathematics teacher who began his teaching career while undertaking his Master’s in Teaching from the University of Sydney in Sydney, Australia; during his coursework, Andrew undertook three student teaching internships in Sydney’s school system.
Upon returning to the United States, Andrew taught Algebra I and Algebra II to students in Somerville High School in Central, NJ. Andrew then transitioned to a new position as the Mathematics Coordinator for Berkeley College in Manhattan; in this role, Andrew oversaw the development of Berkeley’s mathematics support curriculum as well as the hiring and training of all mathematics tutors. In addition, during this time, Andrew taught introductory college-level mathematics courses as well as Finite Mathematics. Throughout all of these experiences, Andrew has taught and tutored students at various instructional and ability levels.
As well as having his MA in Teaching, Andrew holds an MA in Global Affairs from New York University and has worked in grants management for the International Rescue Committee, a global humanitarian non-governmental organization.
In his free time, Andrew likes to travel and is an avid Scuba Diver.