The Tutorial Center is staffed by a Director, an Assistant Director, and numerous part-time, student, and volunteer tutors. Part-time tutors are professional tutors employed at each site. Volunteer and peer tutors may also volunteer to work with students in specific areas. As funds permit, peer tutors are sometimes hired on a temporary basis. Students interested in becoming peer tutors should complete the Peer Link Application form. Community volunteers should complete the Community Volunteer Application Form. Completed applications should be sent to Jennifer Hicks or Nea Martin.
Tutorial Center Administrators
Nea Martin, Assistant Director of Tutoring, has a BS in Chemistry and a BS in Mathematics from Kennesaw State University. She is currently pursuing a master's degree in Applied Mathematics at the University of West Georgia.
Floyd Campus Part-Time Tutors
Cartersville Part-Time Tutors
Lynn Maxwell, English tutor, has a BS in English with a teaching certificate for 6 - 12 from Mississippi State University and a MS in Interrelated Special Education for K - 12 from Kennesaw State University. She also has an ESOL endorsement from Berry College. She also has a paralegal certificate from North Metro Technical College.
Paulding Part-Time Tutors
Pierre Naggiar, part-time Math/English tutor, has a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. He also taught statistics in a Fortune 500 company as part of their quality management initiative (TQM).
Marietta Part-Time Tutors
Marlene Goodrum, math tutor, has a bachelor's degree in Secondary Education with a double major in math and art from Marshall University. She has a master's degree in Adolescent Math Education with an additional 18 semester hours of graduate math credits from Kennesaw State University. In fall 2013, she will begin teaching a developmental math course for GHC.
Ki Song, math tutor, has a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Georgia State University and has a Master’s degree in Math Education from Kennesaw State University. He has been a high school math teacher and has tutored for GHC since the fall of 2011.
Douglasville Part-Time Tutors
Kim Smith has a bachelor's degree and teaching license in Special Education from Appalachian State University. She also has a graduate certificate in Assistive Technology from East Carolina University.