Lindsay graduated from Bowdoin College with a B.A. in History, and was named a Sarah and James Bowdoin Scholar for academic achievement. She completed advanced independent research in post-war British history, and spent a semester studying abroad at the University of Edinburgh. In high school, Lindsay earned perfect 800's on the Reading and Writing sections of the SAT. In college, she served as a Head Verbal Coach for the nonprofit Let’s Get Ready; she and her co-tutors helped Portland High School students raise their SAT scores by 300 points on average (equivalent of 130 points on the post-2016 exam). For two years, she worked as an advisor for families grappling with the complexities of the SAT and ACT prep process. She is currently studying to become a User Experience (UX) Designer, and plans to combine her love for technology with her profound interest in education.
Born and raised in San Francisco, Lindsay made a cross-country move to attend college in Maine. While in school, she participated in debate and a cappella, and still loves both! She has lived in the Boston area for almost three years, and Cambridge, MA very well might be her favorite place in the world. When she is not tutoring, she enjoys reading history books, watching documentaries, and writing short stories.
December 10, 2018College College Types Interview Series: Private Liberal Arts College
The second post in our series on different types of colleges focuses on the undergraduate experience at a private liberal arts college. Read more