I am a recent MIT grad who just moved to San Francisco in August. I spent the summer biking across the country with a group of 9 college students (we're called Spokes America) and teaching 8 STEM workshops along the way. I taught computer science workshops using Scratch.
I've had 3 years of experience teaching chess to kids ages 5 to 12 in both camps, classrooms, clubs, and private lessons. I used to be a competitive chess player in my youth (qualified for World Youth Chess Championships 2005-2011) and have a USCF rating of 2150.
In addition, I've had experience tutoring Chinese to high school students for about 2 years.
I taught coding workshops to middle and high school students across the country. I used Scratch, which is a programming language designed to introduce kids to coding. This was part of a group call Spokes America (spokesamerica.com).
I taught chess both at an afterschool club and at chess camps over the summer. I taught kids of all levels.