Computer science is a growing and high-paying field. But before you can start working as a software engineer or web developer, you'll have to jump through a few hurdles. First and foremost is completing your computer science education. And to get the most out of your classes, you may need to work with a computer science tutor.
Whether you're just learning the fundamentals of computer science or are studying for your third professional certification, a computer science tutor can help. In fact, computer science tutoring can be an invaluable asset — helping students learn to love this in-demand field and overcome the educational inequality prevalent within it. (Less than half of elementary schools and only 56% of high schools offer computer science courses.)
But, if you expect your computer science tutor to help you understand your coursework, make up for any gaps in your foundational knowledge, and ignite your passion for the subject, then you're going to need a really good tutor. Here's how to find one.