Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) January 29, 2008
Principal Tutoring and Consulting Services has been awarded a Success Award for 2008, chosen by the Arizona Small Business Development Center Network. The award honors not only Principal's own success but also its "positive impact…on your community and Arizona's economy."
"We're thrilled to receive the Success Award, and to be recognized in this manner by the Arizona Small Business Development Center Network," says Alisa Cook, founder and co-owner of Principal Tutoring. "This Success Award is an acknowledgement of our philosophy and mission - to provide high-quality tutoring services on a very personal and supportive level."
Cook, a former high-school principal, had observed a shift in education; from the ability to work with teachers, students and families to, instead, managing numbers, test scores and data gathering. "I wanted to stay connected with the students and their families, and I could do this better as an entrepreneur running my own tutoring business," says Cook.
Principal Tutoring (available online at http://www.principaltutoring.com) has over 70 tutors and clients in three markets: Tucson, Phoenix and Douglas. The firm caters to private, institutional and government clients. Principal's services include parent consulting, school consulting, Title I tutoring, DES Vocational Rehabilitation tutoring, workplace training, educator professional development, and government training and tutoring.
"We believe in people, the students, the team, and the tutors to make positive things happen," says Cook. "We believe in the mission of the business to make a difference in the lives of our students."
About Principal Tutoring and Consulting Services
Founded in 2003, Principal Tutoring and Consulting Services is a full-service educational service provider. Principal offers individualized support for learners of all ages by providing the highest quality educational and consulting services and creating a holistic environment that supports the unique needs of both learners and organizations in a manner that is sustainable and enriching. For more information, please visit http://www.principaltutoring.com.