Hi there! My name is Anita and I am currently pursuing my Masters in Aerospace Engineering at the TU Delft. I have a Bachelors in Aerospace Engineering (from India) and am very good with math and physics. I am creative, patient and have excellent communication skills which I think are a key to imparting knowledge. I believe that teachers have the precious opportunities to build a student’s self-concept, help shape a dream, provide direction and show them that they have worth and value and I would like to be that teacher. Teaching give me a deep sense of purpose and is the most satisfying.



"Hello! I am masters student in Astronomy at Leiden University and completed my Bachelors degree in Chemical Engineering from the Institute of Technology Kanpur. With the aim to help the community and share my love for science and maths, I joined RAA Indian National Invention Mission in my senior undergraduate year. The aim of this initiative is to nurture a spirit of inquiry, creativity, and love for science and mathematics among the school children. For this initiative, I demonstrated experiments and conducted lectures for both high school children and teachers. Apart from honing my teaching skills, the entire process turned out to be one of the most unique and extensive learning experience for me. I am looking forward to fulfil the task of helping my students advance and inculcating critical thinking skills in them."



"Hello my name is Arisa,
After receiving my degree in Analytical Chemistry, I worked several years in secondary education in The Hague, 7 years at a biopharmaceutical laboratory, 2 years in a medical clinical lab, and since 2 years as a teacher in secondary vocational education. I am very passionate about chemistry, biology and mathematics, and I would love to share my passion for these subjects with young students. Science and mathematics are fascinating subjects, and students should be stimulated to learn about them through a sense of curiosity and excitement, and not just for grades. I believe that by explaining how science and mathematics is all around us combined with my experience and social and communicative skills, I can excite my students."



"Hello! My name is Nasx and I am from México, I have a BA degree in Economics and certifications in finance and management. I have experience teaching and collaborating in courses about financial literacy in a very practical way, especially for children and young people. I really enjoy working in intercultural environment, promoting respect and understanding values and beliefs. For me the best way to explain something is when you make a student find a useful aim beyond the concept. I belief the new generation has a big challenge due to infinite sources of information and it’s necessary to guide them to develop focus and critical thinking."



"Hello, my name is Anna and I am in my third year of the International Bachelor of Psychology at Leiden University. Although I am Dutch, I have spent the majority of my life living abroad as an expat. Ever since I was young I have loved learning and I am passionate about a wide range of subjects, including biology, history, mathematics and various language courses. I believe that paired with my enthusiasm and passion about learning, I can guide students to achieve their full potential, and possibly even more."



"Hi, my name is Gabor, a Hungarian-American, living in the Hague. I received my Bachelor degree in Business Administration from Florida International University. Soon after, I started my postgraduate studies in International Relations in Switzerland, first earning a Master, then Doctorate degree in International Relations. I had worked as an Associate Professor at the Geneva School of Diplomacy from 2006 to 2009, teaching a wide range of subjects, from economics to social sciences, mostly to Bachelor level students. I would consider teaching my true calling, the satisfaction that comes with sharing knowledge in a creative and encouraging way, positively influencing my students and trying my best to further their critical thinking."



"Originally from Ethiopia, I have grown up abroad attending international schools and completed the IGCSE and IB programs in Holland. I went on to read Economics for my first degree and Local Economics for my masters at the University of London. I have previously worked in development economics, marketing and business development in a number of countries. I’m interested in tutoring as it will allow me to work during times which suit me, and to assist students to gain he grades and understanding they require for their next steps in life. I enjoy traveling and reading."



Hi, my name is Britt and I am currently doing my Master’s in Dutch as a Second Language. Before this, I finished my Bachelor in Linguistics. I have experience in one-to-one teaching on a voluntarily basis, which I like to do, and that is why I want to start my teacher training after my master's. This year I'm doing an internship at an international oriented elementary school. By working at Astrea, I would like to develop my teacher skills even more and earn more experience in teaching. I would love to meet you and share my knowledge and enthusiasm for language learning!



"Hello, my name is Don and I am originally from sunny California. I studied Comparative Literature and English at Reed College in Portland, Oregon. My unique training and extensive travelling have instilled within me a hunger to never stop learning or sharing. I have a broad range of teaching experience including IB program, LD challenges and exam preparation. It is my goal to inspire students to learn creatively and on a personal level in order to maximize their potential. I pride myself on being an exceedingly motivated, enthusiastic and innovative professional that is highly adaptable. I have a sincere passion for education, knowledge and development and I look forward to the opportunity to create a positive and effective experience!"



"I have studied Mathematics and Physics and have been working for the last 8 years with children aged between 7 and 18 years old. I am an adaptable and caring person who enjoys supporting the development of children’s personal and social skills. I am open-minded, patient and result oriented, willing to make a difference into other people’s lives. When it comes to tutoring, I think communication and adaptability play a big role in the process, as well as focusing on achieving long term goals."



"My name is Ebru and I am studying Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences at Leiden University, within which I am specializing in Pharmacy.  My goal is to become a Hospital Pharmacist to help patients, but also conducting academic research. I have mentored fellow students in developing learning skills and resilience to make progress in our challenging field of study. Furthermore, I am in the process of finishing the Honours College “Beta and Life Science”, for which I was a student ambassador. Besides my studies, I also work as a pharmaceutical assistant (Talent&Care).
Helping others in their studies, is something I love, as I have seen what how this can make a difference. A tutor is someone who sets a base for others, which is a starting point of development and growth. Skills like patience and mutual understanding, are important for tutors in this process. Next to students, I believe tutors can and should also improve from the relationship with students, so that both parties can grow, together, and we can create a situation in which the best help and support can be provided."



"My name is Jo Coenen, and I am currently a Master's student at the University of Leiden, specifically in the Global Affairs faculty situated in The Hague. I am half-Dutch and half-Nicaragua, and I grew up in the United States for most of my childhood. In terms of teaching, I was introduced to it as I was chosen to lead acting workshops both in Fairfax, Virginia and in Amsterdam. I grew to really enjoy teaching, and now I look to tutoring in various subjects like history, politics, and economics. I look forward to engaging in active and fruitful tutoring sessions!"



Hello there, my name is Ré-Angelo. Currently I am studying Bio-Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Leiden, where I also mentor first years students from my program. I am an open, kind and energetic person, who has always been keen on passing on knowledge to others. I especially enjoy when the proverbial penny has dropped and the student finally understands the concept. Ever since I was young I wanted to become a scientist and I was passionate about natural sciences such as physics, biology, and chemistry. I know how difficult it can be to understand abstract, but also non-abstract subjects. My aim is to make subjects easier to understand, but most importantly more fun to understand. I look forward to working with new students and help them, so that they can also make an impact on other students around them.



“I am a Mechanical Engineer currently pursuing my Masters in Space Flight at Delft University. When I first came across Astrea, I recalled how much I loved my Physics and Math teachers from school. Over the years, working in project both at an academic and industry level, I enjoyed learning and sharing knowledge with my colleagues. The thirst for knowledge led by curiosity and enthusiasm is something I strongly believe should be the platform for learning anything. I would be immensely pleased to share this drive with a younger generation so that they can better understand and pursue their interests in making the future much better.”


"Mijn naam is Onur, wat hetzelfde betekent als ‘’honour’’ in het Engels. Ik heb mijn VWO afgemaakt met de profielen N&G en N&T. Ik studeer nu psychologie aan de Universiteit Leiden, omdat ik het menselijk gedrag en gedachtegang interessant vind. Het is leuk om daar kennis over op te doen en dat in sommige situaties te herkennen.
Naast mijn studie heb ik mij altijd bezig gehouden met mijn kennis en ervaringen overdragen aan kinderen, omdat zij dan gestimuleerd worden om te leren en het beste uit zichzelf kunnen halen. Dat doe ik nu voor Astrea!"



"Hello, my name is Arvind.
I’m currently doing my PhD at TNO Delft. I did my Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering and Master’s in Physics from BITS Pilani (India). Over the past few years, I have some experience in training and supervising summer interns, undergraduate and master’s thesis students.  I am passionate about Physics and Mathematics, and would love to share my knowledge.
I strongly believe that each student is different, and that teaching has to be personal. Apart from good grades, I am interested in trying to make the student more creative in his/her thinking and guide them to be independent problem solvers. I would also help the student in figuring out their passion, and help them grow intellectually."



"Hello! My name is Vaishnavi and I recently graduated from Master's course in Chemical Engineering at TU Delft. I personally enjoy learning and teaching Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics to students, young and older.  Not only at academics, but I also aim to transfer learning enthusiasm, sharing the knowledge that I have at industrial level, and help with the personal development of students. From a great interest and passion towards science and with a belief in 'growing together', I wish to help as many students to gain a better understanding towards the above mentioned subjects, be able to think critically and independently and to ultimately enjoy their academics."



 “Hello, my name is Sam, and I am originally from the UK. I have degrees from the UK and the Netherlands and I completed my Master’s degree in philosophy last year. I have taught various human sciences over the past six years. I am TEFL qualified and have taught to all ages in the UK, as well as in Italy, the Czech Republic and here in the Netherlands. I have experience in English language schools, community centres, and formal institutions, but I have mainly taught privately on a one-to-one basis. Learning is best in dialogue; I have a deep love of the human sciences and greatly enjoy pedagogical duties.”