Adam Bredenberg | Berkeley, CA
Adam is a Philadelphia native transplanted to East Bay soil, a constant explorer and adventurer, and an aspiring writer and video game designer. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2013 with a Bachelor of Philosophy in English Writing and Literature. His peripheral studies included art, philosophy, psychology, urban studies, film, and economics. After college, he joined the Peace Corps and served in the Republic of Namibia, in southern Africa, teaching English, Basic Information Science, and Art. While not wrangling scores of children into improved reading and writing, Adam found time to build solar ovens, explore the country, and eat several species of exotic animal (ethically). Since returning to America, he’s crossed the country by car, worked in an electroplating workshop, and, lately, started selling freelance services as a tutor, writer, and editor. Living in the East Bay, Adam stays busy cycling, learning the guitar, and working with First They Came for the Homeless to fight for the rights of unsheltered people.
Adam tutors reading, writing, English, algebra, geometry, pre-calculus, earth and environmental science, biology and physics, beginning Spanish, SAT test prep, and executive functioning.