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My name is Natalie Mueller, and I am a graduate from Dartmouth College and The Woodlands High School. I majored in both Economics and Geography at Dartmouth, taking classes that covered a wide range of liberal arts material.
While in college, I worked as a tutor for my peers in both calculus (4 years) and astronomy (1 year). Additionally, I worked in the Mathematics Department as a Learning Fellow, which means that I assisted professors both in and out of class by facilitating group work and discussion, providing lecture assistance, holding office hours, and aiding the development of flipped-classroom curriculum. Outside of the classroom, I served as a mentor for incoming Freshman women and as a peer mentor for local teens struggling with chronic illness. I also taught swim school to young local children and held a variety of leadership positions in diverse groups across campus.
When it comes to testing, I know my stuff. I score in the 99th percentile on both the SAT and ACT, with a perfect 800 on my SAT math. Recently, I scored in the 96th percentile on the GRE (a graduate school admission test).
I am currently doing a service year with AmeriCorps. I serve full-time as a Project Lead for Hurricane Harvey recovery, which means that I lead the reconstruction of homes for those displaced by the storm. In my free time, I enjoy swimming, hiking, or just finding a new spot to eat.
I look forward to working with you!