Jason graduated from Cornell University where, among less important things, he learned how to snowboard (winters seem to last nine months up in Ithaca) and how to hike through gorges (in the three months that remained). He graduated summa cum laude with a BS in civil engineering and an MEng in structural engineering. During his career as a structural engineer, he had the opportunity to design high-rise buildings all over the world, and decided to expand his business knowledge by obtaining his MBA at MIT Sloan. He is currently a management consultant at Deloitte.
Jason is extremely passionate about teaching, and his passion shines through with the students he tutors. He has always been interested in teaching: serving as a teaching assistant at Cornell and MIT, mentoring underprivileged students in entrepreneurship, and lecturing as an Adjunct Professor at Columbia. Jason enjoys helping students with academic subjects such as math, chemistry, and physics, and after scoring a 780 on his GMAT in preparation for business school, he has developed a comprehensive set of tips and tricks to help students perform better on standardized tests as well. Jason has coached dozens of students in SAT, GRE and GMAT, as well as applying to business school, helping them to exceed their own expectations.