Computer Science Email Tutoring Now Offered

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Disclaimer: I no longer officially offer email tutorial through the site, but feel free to reach out. Perhaps we can work something out.

As you probably know, I’ve been trying to build up an online presence for about a year now. In fact, I purchased my first website on October 10th, 2016. However, I didn’t start The Renegade Coder until April 20th, 2017.

Since then, I have tried just about everything to make a buck including opening accounts for PatreonOpens in a new tab. and Teachers Pay TeachersOpens in a new tab.. The maintenance was a nightmare, and nothing really came of them. As a result I decided to simplify my life a bit and give focus to just The Renegade Coder. As a part of this simplification process, I have decided to offer computer science email tutoring through the site.

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When I first started almost a year ago, I did a lot of experimentation. After all, I had never had a site before, so I wanted to get a feel for what works and what doesn’t. This basically meant that I tried every plugin and affiliate program under the sun. How’s that for user experience?

When I launched my second website, I decided to only use what I felt was necessary. Instead, I focused more on capabilities of the theme. This dramatically improved site usability and speed, so I was content. Unfortunately, I still wasn’t getting any support.

Eventually, I decided to start turning to major platforms like Patreon and Teachers Pay Teachers to hopefully get a small following. Naturally, this became a maintenance nightmare because I was effectively forced to run three websites instead of one. That’s why I ultimately decided to get rid of them both and build up my own platform.

Computer Science Email Tutoring

As a part of this simplification process, I have decided to start offering my teaching services directly through the site. However, these services are not traditional. In other words, I will not be meeting with students face-to-face or even over Skype. Instead, I am offering my services via email:

  • Basic Tutoring Plan
  • Plus Tutoring Plan
  • Pro Tutoring Plan

Together, these three plans form my entire computer science email tutoring portfolio. For the price of a NetflixOpens in a new tab. subscription, you can guarantee your own success in your tech endeavors. In the next section, we’ll get into what exactly that means for you.

Computer Science Email Tutoring Perks

With a full time job, the current plans are the best I can offer. However, I believe computer science email tutoring offers a unique low-commitment opportunity for students who just want a little extra help. Instead of being forced to schedule an appointment, students can quickly send me an email, and I’ll provide a response within 24 hours. In addition, computer science email tutoring also offers the following unique benefits:

  • No geographic barriers – email anytime and anywhere
  • Low cost – plans start as low as $33 for three months
  • Low-commitment – use it as much or as little as needed
  • Documentation – no need to take notes

Likewise, I am offering services such as code and resume reviews. On the higher tiered plans, I am even offering priority communication and access to practice material from the store. There’s something for everyone.

Computer Science Email Mentoring Perks

While the current program might only seem enticing to undergrads in computer science, I know that many of you may still be in high school, or you’re looking to make a career change. Fortunately, I want to help you achieve your academic and career goals. As a part of this mentoring program, you’ll get help with everything including:

  • College applications – stand out in a crowd of college applicants
  • Resumes – polish up the old resume for a dream job
  • Course scheduling – organize a path to success
  • AP exams – gain confidence on standardized tests

Don’t guess through this journey. Get some help. I guarantee you’ll feel confident by the time you embark on your dream career.

Computer Science Email Tutoring Eligibility

If any of the following statements sound like you, then you’re eligible for email tutoring by The Renegade Coder:

  • “I am studying a tech related degree, and I need a little extra help with programming.”
  • “I am a superintendent looking to improve my STEM footprint in my school district.”
  • “I am looking to change careers, but I’m not sure where to start.”
  • “I am trying to get into college for a tech related degree, and I want a little extra support.”
  • “I am looking for someone to look over my code.”

Of course, there’s really no limit to the type of person who could benefit from these services. In fact, you don’t even have to buy the services for yourself. You can purchase them as a gift.

How to Get Started

If you haven’t already, go ahead and choose your preferred plan from the list above. From there, you’ll see a product listing for that plan. Feel free to select ‘add to cart’ and head to checkout. It’s that simple!

Once you’ve purchased your plan, you’ll receive a personal email from me within 24 hours to get your services started. After that, it’s all about catering the services to your personal needs.

If you’re looking to make a purchase for someone else, you can enter the email address(es) in the special notes section of the order. I’ll be sure to reach out to both of you to confirm the order within 24 hours.

The Future of Computer Science Email Tutoring

For now, I want to focus on building up my reputation through email tutoring. In the future, I would like to start offering virtual tutoring sessions. However, at this time, I am unable to do so. If the current service picks up by February, I’ll consider adding virtual tutoring to my portfolio of services. In the meantime, tell your friends!

Jeremy Grifski

Jeremy grew up in a small town where he enjoyed playing soccer and video games, practicing taekwondo, and trading Pokémon cards. Once out of the nest, he pursued a Bachelors in Computer Engineering with a minor in Game Design. After college, he spent about two years writing software for a major engineering company. Then, he earned a master's in Computer Science and Engineering. Today, he pursues a PhD in Engineering Education in order to ultimately land a teaching gig. In his spare time, Jeremy enjoys spending time with his wife, playing Overwatch and Phantasy Star Online 2, practicing trombone, watching Penguins hockey, and traveling the world.

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