Joshua Monteiro
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Joshua Monteiro

Joshua M.

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Elementary, Middle School, High School
Interested in improving in math? Want to ace your future classes? I will assist in building up the fundamental of math skills. During my senior year at high school, I used to tutor students ranging from elementary school to high school mathematics at a Mathnasium facility. I have also worked with students that range from visual learners to hands-on students to those who need repetitive practice of the same concept or even more time with the material. This experience allowed me to understand different students and approach their unique ways of learning. I believe it is more rewarding for the student if I spend more time than given in a class period to address one topic if there are potential concerns or misunderstanding of certain topics.

About Joshua M.

Heading into my senior year, I am currently an undergraduate student at Rutgers University pursuing a major in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in Mathematics. I have tutored as math instructor at a local Mathnasium facility throughout the summers, during my senior year of high school, and whenever I have come back from college.

Students will have the opportunity to massively improve their fundamentals in algebra and operational calculations on a weekly basis. Although each student learns in a different way, I teach through repetition and self-assessments in order for students to actively problem-solve while building the consistency and confidence to excel toward future exams and tests. As a college student who has gone through the rigors of accelerated math and college courses throughout my middle school and high school experience with great success, I can help students find the confidence and consistency needed to excel in these courses.

I teach math to students at varying ages and levels within the concepts between elementary school math to fundamental algebra and introductory calculus. I can teach strategies to approach word problems with step-by-step procedures and techniques to solve and interpret equations through simplification and organization.

While excelling in higher level classes is noteworthy and can serve as a strong reflection of a student’s abilities, I firmly believe that having a strong mastery in the fundamental basics of math and maintaining consistency in calculations in terms of minimizing errors is critical for every student. I’m excited to be able to have the opportunity to work with your student and I look forward to help them achieve their goals and dreams.


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Amber C.
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Joshua was very kind and patient with my son (sophomore) while tutoring in math (Algebra 2). They worked together for the better part of a school year. It was nice to have a younger tutor that "clicked" with my son. He was also very accommodating with schedule conflicts and changes.

Without Joshua, I do not know how we would of made it through Algebra 2 doing virtual school. We hope that we will be able to use him again next school year.

Posted May 18, 2021

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Math Tutor
Sep 2020 - Present


I provided one-on-one tutoring to students in areas ranging from basic algebra to calculus.

Research Assistant
Sep 2019 - Present

Rutgers University - New Brunswick

In this unpaid role for school credit, I collaborated with graduate and undergraduate students to develop a therapeutic approach to address secondary traumatic brain injury using brain-derived neurotrophic factors (BDNF) and nanoparticles. This research resulted in my acceptance into the Research Scholars Academy, which is run by the Biomedical Engineering department.

Math Q&A Expert
Jun 2019 - Aug 2020

I assisted and answered approximately more than 1,300 student questions on topics ranging from algebra to calculus.

Operations Intern
Jun 2019 - Aug 2019

Project C.U.R.E

In this unpaid role, I tested equipment before optimizing medical device shipments to third-world countries. Through these variety of experiences, I realized my medical passion in helping other people in need using my technical skills.

Volunteer Research Assistant
Jun 2019 - Aug 2019

Midwestern University

As part of this volunteer research, I learned how to use Autodesk Fusion 360 and Cellink Heartware before applying this knowledge to develop cellular tray and assay models using this 3D CAD Software. I then applied these designs to a Dremel Digilab 3-D printer and a Cellink Inkredible+ 3-D bioprinter to get plastic and gel versions of these models using UV light implementation.

Oct 2017 - Aug 2019


I instructed students from kindergarten to 12th grade on math topics ranging from basic operations to SAT and ACT test preparation.

Sales Associate
May 2018 - Jan 2019


I provided customer service in the areas of office supplies, technology, and shipping items. In addition, I operated the cash registers to handle transactions when customer traffic was heavy.

Den Leader at Cub Scout Summer Camp
Jun 2017 - Jun 2017

Boy Scouts of America

I led, organized, and facilitated younger groups of Cub Scouts to participate in camping activities.

Physical Therapy Shadowing
Sep 2016 - May 2017


In this volunteer role, I shadowed physical therapists working with patients on various rehabilitation exercises.

Patient Transport
May 2016 - May 2016

Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital

In this volunteer role, I transported patients to and from hospital rooms to areas such as physical therapy rooms and weekly religious service.


Bachelor's of Science in Biomedical Engineering
Sep 2018 - Present

Rutgers University - New Brunswick

High School Diploma
Aug 2014 - May 2018

Neuqua Valley High School



Fluent / Native Proficiency


Research Scholar in Rutgers Biomedical Engineering Research Scholar's Academy
Nov 2020

Rutgers University - New Brunswick (Biomedical Engineering Department)

Eagle Scout
May 2016

Boy Scouts of America

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