Trailing Spouses Guide to Getting Money Now! Tutoring

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In the book Trailing Spouses Guide to Getting Money Now! Tutoring, readers will learn how to:
Change their life from one of economic dependence to having their own business
Set up your own Tutoring Business
Find Students who need a Tutor
Advertise their Services for Free
Tutor Online
Use Skype and other Video/
Webcams and Audio for Teaching Online
Create a Virtual Classroom More

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About Kimberly Fujioka

Kimberly Davison-Fujioka has taught ESL (English as a Second Language) for 25 years. She has a Masters degree in Applied Linguistics (TESOL) and has taught at the University of California (Davis) and (Berkeley) as well as Saitama University and Gunma University in Japan. She has taught at numerous schools and corporations in the U.S. and in Japan, such as, the Hitachi Corporation where she taught many Japanese engineers. She currently is the founder, owner and head academic editor at English Writing Help, Inc. a full service editing company that specializes in professional academic research and book editing. She lives in Hawaii with her son.

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Review by: Joan Korale on March 21, 2013 :
As a military spouse for thirty two years, I have helped my family move 10 times. I have been, and still am, until my husband fully retires, a “trailing” spouse. With regards to establishing a portable tutoring career, Kimberly Fujioka’s eBook, Trailing Spouses Guide to Getting Money Now! Tutoring, gently, thoroughly, and firmly puts the trailing spouse in the driver’s seat. Since 2010, I have been a nationally certified CRLA (College Reading & Learning Association) Tutor. I am confident that all of the steps covered in Kimberly’s book, i.e., establishing rapport, setting goals, evaluating progress, would be verified by CRLA. Over and above that, Kimberly has chartered, explained, and provided online tools that can build an effective virtual classroom, which allows the tutor to work from home with small groups or individuals. She also details many useful steps and resources for advertising a tutoring business. Along with my gentle reminder that a free-agent tutor will need to manage state and federal taxes on earned income, I highly recommend Kimberly Fujioka’s book as a bridge to a lucrative, satisfying, and vastly beneficial tutoring career.
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