Carmel Clay Public Library to host second Tutor.com Info Session

On Feb. 9 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., the Carmel Clay Public Library will host a second Tutor.com Info Session for teens in grades 6 to 12. Students will get to learn more about the services Tutors.com provides and members of the Teen Volunteer Corps will gain one volunteer service hour from attending and providing feedback.

On Feb. 9 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., the Carmel Clay Public Library will host a second Tutor.com Info Session for teens in grades 6 to 12. Students will get to learn more about the services Tutors.com provides and members of the Teen Volunteer Corps will gain one volunteer service hour from attending and providing feedback.

Raghav Sriram

The Carmel Clay Public Library will host another Tutor.com Info Session virtually over Zoom on Feb. 9 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. The library had previously hosted a Tutor.com info session on Nov. 17, but due to popular demand decided to host a second iteration. According to Jamie Beckman, young adult department manager at the library, the info session is intended for teens who are looking to earn volunteer hours and to learn how to use all the features found on Tutor.com. Interested teens must register prior to the event via the online registration portal.

According to Beckman, registered students will participate in focus groups and with the help of Young Adult staff members learn how to use all of the features found on Tutors.com.

Beckman said, “Tutor.com is an online tutoring service that the library provides free access to. All of our library patrons have access to this service through our website. It has many features including on-demand tutoring and essay feedback to ACT/SAT practice tests, AP video lessons, and can help teens who need help in their math classes.”

“I’m part of the Teen Volunteer Corps, and as such can gain one volunteer service hour from simply attending and giving feedback on this session,” sophomore Avinash Valuveri said. “Learning about the features of Tutor.com is an added benefit as well.”

Beckman said, “I believe many teens will learn more about Tutor.com through this event and will be surprised by how much homework help Tutor.com offers in math and other subjects.”

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