ATC Co-Founder Assumes National Leadership Role
August 10, 2010

In 2010, Academic Tutoring Centers was recognized for the many ways we give back to the community.

Patsy Prince, co-founder and owner, was awarded the Character Counts Pillar Award in recognition of her commitment to her students.

Beth Sosler, who has been a tutor in our office for over 15 years, was also a recipient of the Character Counts Pillar Award for work with students in several programs at the HPHS.

Marci Minorini, Director of Community Relations, was named Highland Park Chamber Member of The Year for her outstanding work in the community.

We appreciate these awards and remain dedicated to providing continued exceptional service to our students, our schools and the community.

2 Comments

  1. Charlotte Bryant says:

    I am interested in speaking with someone about working as a tutor for Academic Tutoring Centers.

    I have worked for over fifteen years developing curriculum, teaching in informal education settings,teaching at the college level, and creating science education programs. I have also volunteered as a reading tutor and have worked as a substitute teacher.

    I am not a certified teacher but have a strong background in science, math, and writing/reading.

    I look forward to hearing from you,

    Charlotte Bryant, Ph.D.
    847-251-6802
    charbryant@comcast.net

  2. Hannah B Higgins says:

    I’m looking for testing prep for an 11th grade girl. Very smart. Good student (not perfect). No idea how this works. We are newly returned to Highland Park from Washington DC. Thanks