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While parents are working by day from home or elsewhere, our Netmentors provide an affordable and engaging tutoring and mentoring experience.
UPPER MARLBORO, MD, August 26, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The team at Netmentors is thrilled to announce its online platform, which features U.S.-based college students offering learning assistance for K-12 students. The new platform is designed to help students who are now learning online from home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Busy parents who want their kids to get the best education possible are often faced with options that aren't ideal. Many typical options aren't available face-to-face, while others are either too expensive or inflexible. With virtual school and homeschool, students are faced with entirely new obstacles. Many parents are now working from home and trying to balance this with their child's learning, creating a complicated and stressful learning experience for students and parents alike.
Netmentors has leveraged years of experience in the education and technology sectors to create a viable solution designed to help K-12 students thrive in their virtual learning experiences.
Parents can visit the Netmentors website to choose a college student for 1-on-1 online instructional support, homework help, and academic encouragement. College students are available with varying pricing pending experience. Parents can select from a variety of subjects and interests from students at Brown, Dartmouth, Duke, Howard, Princeton, and others.
Netmentors recognizes that online learning means new responsibilities for parents, and their team is helping parents adjust to online schooling while also helping students succeed in their studies.
College students can apply to be a Netmentor, thus giving them the opportunity to contribute to the development of young learners while also earning income.
"We're not traditional tutors with singular expertise and high price points," said James Green, the founder and CEO of Netmentors. "While parents are working by day from home or elsewhere, our Netmentors provide an affordable and engaging tutoring and mentoring experience."
Netmentors is currently enrolling K-12 students. More information can be found at https://www.netmentors.org/.
Netmentors connects K-12 students with U.S.-based college students for one-to-one online tutoring and mentoring. Parents can select a specific Netmentor with broad expertise for several sessions each week. With an acceptance rate less than 5%, the Netmentors are competitively selected from colleges including Brown, Dartmouth, Duke, Howard, and Princeton. For more information, visit https://www.netmentors.org/.
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