|Have a reception in the cafeteria or at a near-by restaurant.
|Put some goodies in the tutors’ mailboxes each day of the week.
|Invite faculty and staff who have supported the tutoring program to an
end-of-the week party.
|Have blank “Thank You” notes available in the tutoring center for tutees
to fill out and give to their tutors.
|Order "National Tutoring Week" T-shirts for tutors and office staff
|Decorate the learning center with balloons.
|Make a “Celebrate National Tutoring Week" banners.
|Have a sign-in book for tutees to fill out with thank you messages.
|Put up flyers around school to let people know about the National Tutoring
|Decorate the center's bulletin board with tutors' photos.
|Give each tutor a certificate of appreciation signed by the tutoring coordinator.
|Put out a bowl of candy for tutors and tutees.
|Give tutors a university mug filled with goodies and a note of
|Serve food treats through out the week: bagels, donuts, cookies, juice,
lemonade, soft drinks, etc.
|Have a bowl with prizes written on them, and give everyone who comes in
the chance to draw for something.
|Plan a pizza party.
|Post messages on campus faculty and staff lists asking them to thank any
student tutors that they know.
|Place an ad in the campus newspaper thanking tutors.
|Post an announcement on campus email encouraging student to take a moment
to thank their tutors.
|Have snacks available each day so that everyone visiting the
Centers can share in the celebration.
|Announce the week and feature tutors on the center’s web site.
|Take the tutors out for a movie.
Tip: It's a good idea to keep the celebration going throughout the week to make
sure all tutors, including ones that come in one day a week, can participate.
Also, if your center does not have the funds for these activities, ask local
business to sponsor the events.
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