Chestnut Expressway Springfield, MO 65802 USA Phone (417) 523-0055 Fax Email email@example.com Bid Attachments Supplemental Tutoring Services - Special Provisions - Req. 23-0434.pdf (please login to view this document) Scope of Work - Supplemental Tutoring Services - Bid #: 23-043490 KB General Contract Requirements IFB WITH RENEWALS - SERVICES.pdf (please login to view this document)
Type Request for Proposal Status Issued Number 2021-131 Addendum 1 (External Tutoring) Issue Date & Time 7/27/2021 02:02:00 PM (CT) Close Date & Time 7/31/2026 02:00:00 PM (CT) Time Left1338 days 19 hours 52 minutes 54 seconds Notes Southwest Independent School District is accepting bid responses for the following equipment, products, and/or services: External Tutoring in accordance with the instructions, terms and conditions, and requirements/specifications
Poudre School District (the “District”) is requesting qualified and professional Service Providers to submit qualifications and information as described in this Request for Qualifications (“RFQu”) to be considered for participation in the High Dosage Tutoring Program as described in this solicitation and in the attached exhibits. 0000288042 Jon Babcock 970-490-3545 firstname.lastname@example.org
Request for Application - Steve Carter LA Tutoring Initiative Bid Number: 678PUR-RFA-LATutorInitiative Date Issued: 11/03/2022 Bid Open Date/Time: 11/30/2022 11:59:00 PM CT Original: https://wwwcfprd.doa.louisiana.gov/osp/lapac/agency/pdf/8053000.pdf
Product Service Code:- U006 - EDUCATION/TRAINING- VOCATIONAL/TECHNICAL NAICS Code:- 611691 - Exam Preparation and Tutoring Primary point of contact:- Dr. Regina Givens email@example.com Secondary point of contact:- Angela M. Triplett firstname.lastname@example.org
MRC seeks tutoring services to: Improve literacy for individuals with learning disabilities and other disabilities; teach English as a second language; develop academic skills; develop vocational and trade skills; prepare individuals for GED testing; teach computer skills including use of assistive technology; and teach organizational skills to individuals whose disabilities are manifested, at least in part, by organizational dysfunction.
MRC seeks tutoring services to: Improve literacy for individuals with learning disabilities and other disabilities; augmenting the development of academic skills; assistance in developing vocational skills; prepare individuals for Hi-SET (GED) testing; The Massachusetts Rehabilitation views tutors as teachers who have teaching experience and skills and/or particular expertise for which they have sufficient teaching skills to pass on their expertise
The purpose of this RFR is to identify a list of organizations qualified, interested in and available to provide individual and group tutoring services.
The Mentor will meet with students on a regular basis to support their work in various areas, including but not limited to: observing students in the field, sharing human services strategies and best practices in the field; assisting students to navigate the higher education system including coursework requirements; tutoring students in human services content as related to their current courses; and assisting students to develop executive functioning