Tutor (Current Employee) – Orange County – June 16, 2015
I begin work by figuring out my academic agenda for the day. I usually have 5-7 students. I learned that every student is different and some schools where students come from do not provide them with fundamental skills for learning in different subjects. Although this seems disadvantageous, it has made me very passionate about my job and instilling a passion for learning that I have required at a very young age.
that provide one-on-one instruction for students in the comfort and convenience of the student's home -
Tutor (Former Employee) – Greenville SC – August 29, 2014
K-12 1 to 1 tutoring - The tutoring is conducted in the home of the student or another mutually agreed location. Club Z!’s program is extremely effective; the average student improves two letter grades in just 60 days. - Excelent program and Company
Area Director (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – May 20, 2014
Being able to help so many students was a wonderful experience. There was a great freedom in being able to learn and grow with no ceiling. There was not an abundance of training or resources available but there were many opportunities to network within the company.
Tutor (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – July 22, 2013
My main responsibility was to work with inner city children, so this meant that driving distances and neighborhoods were less than favorable. Although this was a general opinion, it was one of the most rewarding jobs I have ever had. It allowed me to be close to the community and it opened my eyes to the reality of the day-to-day living within. Management was always flexible, understanding, and demanding of our skills in order to serve the community properly. Because this was not a team-oriented job it was difficult to have a professional relationship with a colleague but on the occasions when we were asked to attend school fairs and represent the company then it was always interesting to exchange experiences and advice. The most difficult part of the job was not being able to do more for the children and families in these communities. The best was when the children would express their gratitude at the end of the program and say "Miss, I thought I wasn't going to learn anything".