Hello everyone! My name is Aaron Carpenter and I am a senior at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. I’m majoring in Cellular/Molecular Biology and Psychology with minors in General Business, Gerontology, and Public Health. I intend to pursue a Master’s in Public Health, with a goal of working in health policy and eventually global health. I have previously worked in three separate research laboratories, studying behavioral neuroscience, as well as aging and emotional regulation. I am currently conducting research related to the public health implications of truck driving – I’ve even published three times through the National Conferences on Undergraduate Research and the Society for Neuroscience. Aside from my academics, I have been heavily involved with my fraternity, Alpha Epsilon Pi, as well as a multitude of diversity initiatives and programmatic efforts to combat hate on my campus and in my community. I’ve served on numerous boards for student organizations and committees for my university’s Office of Admissions and Office of Diversity. Throughout my college career, combating hate and giving back to the community have been two of my main passions. I am offering tutoring in scientific reading and writing skills, general science, general history, English and writing, as well as offering assistance with interviewing, resume constructing, and professional development. My course load and leadership experiences have given me a wide net of knowledge that qualify me to teach the aforementioned topics. The proceeds for my will be benefiting a local North Carolina non-profit in Watauga and Avery counties known as OASIS. OASIS (Opposing Abuse with Service, Information, and Shelter) is a private, 501(c)3 non-profit organization serving survivors of domestic and sexual violence in Watauga and Avery Counties, North Carolina. You can learn more about OASIS at https://www.oasisinc.org/#about-us and donate directly at https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=7a03ae.