Yotam Tubul has mentored middle and high school students for the past five years, developing leadership skills and providing college essay prep as both a youth advisor and a summer camp counselor.
Yotam received his B.A. in English from Brown University in 2014 and holds a certificate in Screenwriting from the Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. Currently, he coordinates film festivals at the Jewish Community Center in Manhattan and is a screenwriter and standup comic.
While studying at Brown, Yotam advised Providence’s largest Jewish youth group, working with high school students to develop educational curricula that built leadership skills. He worked as a summer camp counselor for three years, teaching students to analyze religious texts within a social justice framework. He has coached both high school and college students in essay writing, drawing on his experience as an Ivy Film Festival-winning screenwriter to help others write application essays and perform stories in front of an audience.
Yotam specializes in essay writing and academic preparation for English literature and history. He also tutors students for a number of standardized tests, including SAT/ACT Reading, SAT Subject Tests, and English and US History AP exams, as well as the ISEE and SSAT. Yotam is a kind and patient tutor, engaging students by listening and using humor to build their confidence. As a writing coach, he asks students questions to help them discover their stories.
When he is not tutoring, you can find Yotam hosting standup comedy shows or playing Ultimate Frisbee.