Jessica Stollenmaier is a dedicated, enthusiastic, and creative teacher who works hard to instill a passion for learning in her students. After graduating Summa Cum Laude and spending two years in Florence, Italy, Jessica completed a Masters in History at the College of Charleston. As a tutor, she utilizes the skills she developed as a successful student, the knowledge she obtained in graduate school, and the experience she gained as a teacher and a teaching assistant to help her students reach their highest potential.
At Southern Adventist University, Jessica led challenging class discussions, reviewed essays, and met with students individually to help them improve their writing skills, gain confidence, and raise their grades. She spent two years at Villa Aurora, an Italian language and culture institute in Florence, Italy, and, after becoming proficient in the Italian language, culture, and history, Jessica began instructing Italian language classes. She balanced multiple skill levels and created classroom activities that engrossed students in the learning experience.
Most recently, Jessica served as a teaching assistant at the College of Charleston. There she refined her ability to engage with students, direct them on projects, and effectively assess and grade their work.
Jessica has demonstrated her expertise in Italian and history by presenting and publishing her research and by receiving multiple awards and scholarships. She has always been passionate about sharing her knowledge with others and she is committed to helping students develop the skills to think critically and write effectively.
Jessica tutors students in US History, AP US History, World History, AP World History, English, College Essay Writing, Italian and SAT/ACT Reading.