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Jack Mills is an economics and design specialist based in the South China Sea region.
 

Jack has been teaching economics since 2017, helping international students from Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Panama, Brazil, the United Kingdom, and across the United States achieve mastery in foundational high school economics.

 

His students have been accepted to top-tier universities including Stanford University, Tsing Hua University, the University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen University, and Rensselaer Polytechnic, along with summer programs at Harvard and Yale. Given the diverse academic needs of his students, Jack has spent years honing his expertise in A-Level, IGCSE, IB, and AP economics curriculum to fully prepare students for exceptional performance in their global examinations.

 

Through focusing on the mastery of foundational concepts in economics first, and through clear identification of knowledge gaps followed up with essential drilling, students who struggle initially are able to attain full marks on their exams. 

 

Further, Jack fosters critical thinking, independent study and preparation for university and working life by providing abundant free resources, expert academic advice and a professional but fun work atmosphere in every online session.

 

Jack holds a BA in economics from the University of Calgary, a certificate in graphic design from the Alberta College of Art + Design. He attended the Harvard University Extension School and was awarded a full scholarship to the Taipei School of Economics. He is especially interested in economic security, with a focus on sanctions enforcement and compliance, anti-money laundering, and counter-terrorism financing. He is currently pursuing a Global Sanctions Specialist Certification through ACAMS.

 

He is proudly a Canadian citizen. 

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