Private Tutoring Service WyzAnt Enables Tutors to Share Memorable Experiences This Holiday Season

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Holiday drawing encourages tutors to share their knowledge and experience about tutoring with potential students and parents.

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We think this holiday drawing is a great way to generate a productive dialogue about education and tutoring between tutors, students, and parents.

WyzAnt, a nationwide home tutoring service, is sponsoring an article submission contest this holiday season. Capitalizing on the blogging capability of the tutor-student matching site, active tutors will be entered in a drawing to win an e-reader when they submit an article on the site this December.

Whether the article covers the challenges faced by math tutors or the memorable success stories that make tutoring so fulfilling, each article submission gives the tutor another chance to claim the e-reader prize.

"The holidays are a great time to reflect on memorable tutoring and teaching experiences from the past year," says Andrew Geant, President of WyzAnt, Inc. "We think this holiday drawing is a great way to generate a productive dialogue about education and tutoring between tutors, students, and parents."

With hundreds of articles submitted by tutors from all across the country, the blogging culture on WyzAnt is already well-established. "Our aim is to promote a community centered on education and tutoring," says Geant. "When a student reads an article about steps to solve a difficult math problem or a parent learns of a potential tutor's past tutoring success, we think a valuable personal connection has been made that unites our users under the common goal of educational advancement."

Established in 2005, WyzAnt (http://www.wyzant.com) is a tutoring service that helps parents and students find qualified and experienced local home tutors quickly and cost-effectively. With great technology and great people, WyzAnt combines automation and efficiency with the value of private tutoring.

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