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Tutors and Trainers

Work Environment

Tutors often need to travel in order to meet their students—especially if the student is a child without the means for transportation. They often meet at a mutually designated location, such as a classroom, library, bookstore, or at a tutoring center. Meeting places should be comfortable for both the student and tutor, and provide a quiet environment in which to learn. Some tutors may take their students on field trips to museums, zoos, workplaces, or cultural events to enhance a lesson. Trainers typically work in comfortable office settings, but may travel offsite to monitor the work of tutors.

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