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Mentor of the Month: Heidi W.

No challenge is too big for our mentor of the month, Heidi W. Aside from working as a Tutor.com mentor and tutor, Heidi has also been a teacher, multi-media business owner, professional photographer, book author and full-time mom. Of all Heidi’s jobs and experiences, she considers Tutor.com her “dream job,” which is so exciting for […]

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Tutor of the Month: Christine O

Many of our tutors are working on their own education as they tutor students at Tutor.com! Our Tutor of the Month, Christine O. studied math in undergrad, got her Master’s degree in Statistics, and is now obtaining her Ph.D. in Educational Measurement & Statistics at Florida State University. Not only is Christine currently a full-time student, she’s also […]

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Tutor of the Month: Bryanna F

First and foremost, we would like to congratulate our Tutor of the Month, Bryanna F., on the birth of her new baby born on June 23rd! Aside from being a tutor, Bryanna is also a busy mom with three children and owns and operates an in home childcare center. Read more about Bryanna below! Tell […]

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Adam R

Mentor of the Month: Adam R

Our tutors love to see their students truly understand the concepts they are being taught during a session.  Our mentor of the month, Adam R. takes great pride in that very moment when his students understand a new concept. Adam also strives to help his students excel by really getting to know what motivates them, […]

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April

Mentor of the Month: Kristin P.

With a degree in Multidisciplinary Studies in Business Communications, Kristin P. is well-versed in connecting prior knowledge to new information to learn and retain as much as possible. “Anytime you can connect something you are learning to something you already know, you will remember it better. The multidisciplinary studies program taught me how to connect […]

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YALSA

A New Vision for Library Services for Teens

At ALA Midwinter 2014, Tutor.com sponsored an event for the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA). YALSA held this event to discuss the details of their year-long study entitled “A New Vision for Library Services for Teens: Findings from the Forum on Libraries and Teens.” This study explores the way in which libraries need to […]

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