For Immediate Release
Library offers live, one-on-one online tutoring
Fredericksburg, Virginia, September 4, 2020 - Central Rappahannock Regional Library now offers live, one-on-one online tutoring via, a service of The Princeton Review, at

Students in grades K-12 can get help with homework, school papers, and test preparation. All core subjects are supported--math, science, English, social studies and writing, including Advanced Placement courses. Spanish-speaking tutors are available for all math, science, and social studies subjects, plus ESL/ELL support.

Tutoring is available 2:00-9:00 p.m. every day. No appointment is necessary.

For adult learners, the Adult Learning & Career Center offers one-on-one tutoring or job search assistance in over 60 subjects, including GED preparation and citizenship. Expert tutors and career coaches are available in an easy-to-use, anonymous, online classroom.

Job search coaches offer one-on-one, on-demand assistance with navigating online job sites, completing applications, writing resumes and cover letters, and practicing for interviews.
Additional resources are available at any time: drop-off reviews, practice quizzes, video lessons, and The Princeton Review SAT/ACT Essentials for self-study.

For more library resources for students, parents, and teachers, see Learn at Home and Online Resources.
Sean Bonney
Community Engagement Manager

For more information, contact Director Martha Hutzel,, 540-372-1144 x7003.

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