Free Resume Writing and Academic Help for Eligible Military Members
Eligible military personnel, their spouses and their adult dependents have access to free academic and career help from the expert tutors at Tutor.com.
Academic help for adults going back to school
Eligible military members who are going back to school can work with an online tutor to brush up on critical skills, finish homework assignments, or review key concepts needed for class. Tutors also help adults preparing for the GED or other standardized test, military-to-civilian career transitions, and more.
Career tutors help with military-to-civilian transitions
Eligible military members who are preparing for career transitions from the military to the civilian world can work with a career tutor for guidance on their resumes, cover letters and job searches. Tutors can help translate military experience into a skill set for civilian jobs and provide interview tips.
Free resume writing
Once you’re ready to apply for a job and submit a resume, a career tutor can help you write the resume and cover letter. In the Career Center, ProofPoint proofreading is available to military members. This real-time, on-the-spot editing and proofreading will make sure your resume and cover letter are polished and in perfect condition to send to a potential employer.
Career tutors available 24/7
Tutor.com for Military Families is available 24/7 to meet the needs of military members with demanding schedules. You can have a session with a career tutor anytime that fits into your schedule. All our career tutors are real people and are highly qualified at helping with career transitions and job searches.
Am I eligible?
Check the eligibility page to find out if you qualify for free access to academic tutoring and career help through the Tutor.com for U.S. Military Families program. For additional details, visit the sign-up page for your service branch by clicking the corresponding “Get Help Right Now!” blue button at the right.
The Tutor.com for U.S. Military Families program is funded by the Department of Defense MWR Library Program and Navy General Library Program. Continued Department of Defense sponsorship of this program is dependent on the availability of DoD funds.