A teacher should serve as a leader and a role model while nurturing the minds of their students and helping them develop their own ideals.”
Mathematics and Physics
“Subjects in the STEM fields have always come easy to me, but I realized that wasn’t the case for everyone, so I like being able to help others. I want to be able to help all students reach their full potential.”
During her undergraduate studies, Amelia spent time volunteering in Duazon, Liberia, at the Liberia Renaissance Education Complex, where she taught physics.
Amelia will begin her first year of teaching mathematics at Olney High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, during the 2023–2024 school year. She hopes to implement a physics program at the school within a few years.
Aside from teaching, Amelia is passionate about dogs; she spends time working at her local doggy daycare and loves taking care of her rescue puppy.
- Lafayette College (Bachelor of Arts in Physics)
- West Chester University (Master of Education)