An experienced leader and teacher, Max Huber employs an energetic and innovative style to guide students through subjects such as English, world history, and American literature. Upon his 2009 graduation from Harvard University, Huber was granted a teaching fellowship with MATCH public charter school, a high-performing middle school in the Boston suburb of Jamaica Plain. One of only 70 mentor-tutors selected from a pool of more than 1,750 applicants, Huber accepted an assignment as a math and literacy tutor for a small group of sixth graders. Max Huber holds a Bachelor of Arts from Harvard University, graduating cum laude with a grade point average of 3.54. Prior to entering Harvard, Huber attended Brown University, the Ivy League institution located in Providence, Rhode Island. He is also a graduate of Middlesex School, an independent secondary school located in Concord, Massachusetts. While at Middlesex, Huber earned department prizes in chemistry and Spanish. He also participated in the school’s jazz band and varsity crew team, and served as opinions’ editor for the student newspaper. Huber is a former member of Harvard University’s First-Year Outdoor Program. A group leader, he guided incoming freshmen on back-country orientation trips in the mountains of New Hampshire for three consecutive years. As one of eight students chosen to serve on its steering committee, Max Huber’s responsibilities included recruitment, interview, and training of 50 group leaders. As a counselor at Pine Island Camp in Maine, Max Huber held a wide range of responsibilities before progressing to assistant director. Today, he continues to spend summers working at the traditional outdoor summer camp.In his free time, Huber relaxes by playing blues guitar. He also enjoys ice hockey and outdoor activities such as running, rowing, skiing, and backpacking.


Running, rowing, skiing, and backpacking

Work History

Work History
Aug 2011 - Present

History and English Teacher

Prep School

Plan and teach 9th grade World History and 10th grade American literature as a lead teacher


Jan 2006 - Jan 2009


Harvard University