Top tutoring franchise recognizes locals

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As 2014 came to an end, Tutor Doctor, the fastest growing “in-home” private tutoring franchise worldwide, unveiled its most dedicated and passionate tutor who has gone above and beyond to earn the esteemed ‘Tutor of the Year’ award. More than 17,000 tutors from 14 countries anticipated the company’s annual conference to discover which one of their colleagues would be recognized for their extraordinary efforts as a tutor and mentor.

“The Tutor of the Year award acknowledges the outstanding contributions of a tutor who stands out as a leader in our system, as well as their community, and represents Tutor Doctor’s core values in everything they do,” said Frank Milner, President of Tutor Doctor. “The profound difference our tutors make every day in the lives of our families, in our communities and our organization is what makes Tutor Doctor so special. Recognizing the top tutor each year is our way of celebrating these amazing tutors and reinforcing that their commitment to excellence is highly admired and appreciated.”

The top five semi-finalists were announced late 2014, and Beaufort County resident, Glenda Pinckney made the list. Glenda began with Tutor Doctor in April 2014. As a full time engineer, she is still devoted to the students that she is helping throughout the county.  Her passion is evident and has received nothing but praise from both parents and students. Micah Peppers, owner of Beaufort County’s Tutor Doctor, stated, “Glenda is golden.  She can relate to the students regardless of their specific learning style. They trust her and she gets results. Residents that are dedicated to education and helping local students should be recognized.”

For more information on Tutor Doctor in Beaufort County please visit www.tutordoctorlowcountry.com.

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