Scott works primarily with graduate students as an academic coach and workshop coordinator with Graduate Student Learning Assistance in the Tomás Rivera Center. He earned a B.A. in English from Western Michigan University in 2007. After spending a year as a full time administrator and tutor at WMU's Writing Center, he moved to South Korea to teach English in their public school system. Although teaching and traveling have always been passions of Scott's, his time in Korea solidified his nomadic spirit. Since then, Scott has traveled extensively around the US and abroad, earning a M.A. in Film and Media Preservation from the University of Rochester in 2013. Scott's strengths lie in helping students with their writing processes, and he believes everyone is capable of great writing. In his spare time, Scott likes to spend time outdoors hiking, camping, and running and also enjoys watching and studying films. He also loves to cook for his fianceé, which earns him major brownie points.