Cincinnati Tutoring

Meet Nicole Bouldin

We are excited to introduce you to another one of our excellent team members, Nicole Bouldin!

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Nicole was born and raised in Cincinnati. She is the oldest of three and the only girl. She grew up playing sports and went to McAuley High School where she played basketball. Nicole graduated from Miami University in 2010 with a Middle Childhood Education degree and began her teaching career with Cincinnati Public Schools. She taught 5th grade Language Arts, and has now been teaching for 9 years with CPS. Currently, she teaches 4th grade Language Arts; however, next year she will be moving to a reading specialist position to work with teachers and students in grades 4-6.  


How long have you been tutoring with Connections?

I have been with Connections Academics for 5 months.

What's your favorite thing about tutoring?

My favorite things about tutoring is the positive relationship I have built with the little girl that I tutor. I love seeing her grow and become more confident as we continue to practice together. Her sense of humor and personality always keep me laughing and is among the many reasons I look forward to working with her each week. 

What is the best book you've read in the last year?

The best book I've read in the last year is "Wonder" with my students.

How would you spend a free Saturday afternoon?

I would spend it with my one and half year old dog, Bear. I enjoy taking him on runs around the neighborhood and to dog parks.

You just won an all expenses paid vacation! Where are you going?

I would go to Fiji! I've never been and I love beach vacations!

Thanks, Nicole!

We love your enthusiasm for teaching and tutoring! Connections is lucky to have you!



Written by Joy Becker, Mentoring Coordinator and Author of 44 & Oxford


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