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2019 Project 365, Day 108: Video Usage Percentage

Photo #108: April 18

“I am part of the 1% of students who did not receive a video lesson from Tutor Case.C.” 😂😅 ahaha there was probably a connection problem; I conduct video lessons as much as possible. 

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2018 Project 365, Day 358: Raise Your Glass

Photo #358: December 24

Raising my glass…err mugs for people in the service industry who either chose or have to work so other people can have a merry Christmas! Thank you for your patience and sacrifice! A big shoutout as well to all my fellow RareJob, Inc. tutors who still managed to teach today! We are all heroes! Happy holidays!!! Cheers!! 🍻🥂🙌

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2018 Project 365, Day 355: Good Tutor Awards

Photo #355: December 21

This year’s GTA haul: 1 for affiliate conversion and 3 for having loyal students. 15 overall in a little over 4 years!  Thank you so much, RareJob, Inc.! Not just for the recognition, but also for providing different opportunities despite being “just” a home-based job! 2018’s a good year, and I am excited to contribute more to the company’s success! 

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2018 Project 365 Day 269: I’m Going to Japan!!!

Photo #269: September 26

Nervous. 🙃 Excited. 🤩 Thankful.😊 It feels like a thousand-piece puzzle is nearly done, and it’s just so… surreal. 

I have almost finished packing, but I will still teach tonight, plus there’s something I need to study for the program. Good luck to us!!! #RAP2018

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2018 Project 365 Day 265: RareJob Treat Day!

Photo #265: September 22

Thank you to RareJob, Inc. for today’s treat at Heat! I definitely ate a lot of seafood and steak!  I learned that it’s a reward for good-performing tutors, both in terms of quality and quantity of lessons! I’m proud and flattered! ❤

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2018 Project 365 Day 259: 2/3 RareJob Ambassadors

Photo #259: September 16

Two of this year’s RareJob ambassadors are from Visayas, so we thought our first meeting in person would be during our flight to Japan. Thankfully, one of them, Evelie, is in Manila for a conference, et voilá! We are even more excited to meet the youngest, our “bunso,” Kaye!!! We can’t wait to represent our fellow tutors!!! So much energy!!! 

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