About

Darwin

Darwin is a senior at Stanford University studying Psychology with a Neuroscience track. He is also on the Pre-Medical track. Growing up, Darwin has faced a lot of life challenges, but has managed to persevere and accomplish a lot of his goals using those challenges as motivation. Darwin is proud to be FLI (First Generation Low-Income), and hopes he can share his experiences with students to inspire and help them grow. He is passionate about helping others, in as many ways as possible. At Stanford, he plays goalie for the Men’s Club Soccer team, and is working to start the very first skateboarding club at the university. He is also involved in research, both wet-lab research and clinical research at the Stanford School of Medicine. As a mentor at Curious Cardinals, he hopes to provide the help students need and show them that anything is possible and that there’s no single way to do things.

Three words to describe me...

Observant
Patient
Understanding

I prefer to teach in a

student-led

or

,

hands-on

,

, or

presenter

, or

style.

How I spend my free time

sports
community service