Brian Culbreth, Vice President of School Based Programs for Tutor.com, Demonstrated the Online Tutoring Program to Armstrong and Nottoway High School Students
Whether it’s tackling homework after school hours or practicing for the SAT or ACT college readiness tests, students have a fierce competition for time in the latter years of their high school career. Morgan Moses, Founder and President of The Morgan Moses Foundation, knows that competition almost as well as he knows how to read the opponents on the football field.
Moses vividly remembers the times when he struggled to go to practice, finish his homework and prepare for his college future. He understands the importance of academics and also the struggle of trying to balance it all. Moses is giving the opportunity to succeed in all of these areas to high school students in the Richmond and Washington, D.C. area by providing scholarships to students for the online-tutoring program, Morgan Mose Homework Help. This mentoring and learning platform is powered by Tutor.com which is owned by The Princeton Review. The Princeton Review has provided a gift of $10,000 to the Morgan Moses Foundation and offers the Tutor.com platform at a 50-percent reduced cost.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 17 and 18, Brian Culbreth, Vice President of School Based Programs for Tutor.com, demonstrated the program to more than 60 students at Armstrong and Nottoway High Schools. Culbreth showed students the program’s resources for both homework and SAT and ACT test prep. He also showed how simple it was to log-in and get a personal tutor in less than a minute.
Students at Armstrong High School Receive “Homework Help!” Demonstration from Brian Culbreth
“Students were surprised at how easy it was to log on, how fast they received a tutor and the tutor they received was a real-life person talking to them online. They were so excited to use the programs that Tutor.com has, both Homework Help and the SAT and ACT prep. Multiple students uploaded homework problems and began working through live tutorials while I was on site!,” said Culbreth.
With access to Tutor.com through the Morgan Moses Foundation scholarships, students are able to access an online tutor in less than two minutes. The tutors available to students are certified teachers, college professors, graduate students and professionals with Masters Degrees, Ph.D.’s and Ivy League credentials. Students can not only access a tutor for questions about a subject, but can also submit their own homework and essays for personal feedback.
Additionally, these tutors also support students in helping them prepare for college through SAT and ACT test preparation. Tutor.com, a program through The Princeton Review, offers one-to-one learning solutions for students and professionals. All of the services are live, on demand and online. Over 15 million one-to-one sessions have been completed. The Homework Help program through Tutor.com is a resource that The Morgan Moses Foundation hopes will open doors to students that may have otherwise been closed.
Moses’ passion goes beyond the game. He strives to give opportunity to those who need it the most. Moses’ mission is to give educational resources first, in hopes to reduce the number of second chances later in life. The Morgan Moses Foundation seeks to motivate children in the Central/Northern VA and DC metropolitan areas through a number of educational efforts.
The Morgan Moses Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization formed in October 2015 by Morgan Moses of the Washington Redskins. The purpose of this foundation is to motivate children through educational activities. Morgan has made it his life’s mission to encourage all, and show how education can be a driving force for success.