Coral in Washington

Coral in Washington
Recent explorations into the depths off of the coast have revealed a number of coral species. Coastal Washington deep sea coral, with a feather star atop. Unlike shallow water corals which gain energy from the sun, these corals consume zooplankton. The E/V Nautilus took these photos in 2017 as part of a joint expedition of the Quinault Canyon: http://nautiluslive.org/album/2017/08/26/...
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Welcome Desmond

Welcome Desmond
Biochemistry major Desmond recently joined the team at STS. Having taken AP courses ranging from Bio to Chem and Calculus, he's a well rounded tutor who currently has some availability both in north Seattle and online. Text 206-999-0666 or email schuyler@tutoringservicesseattle.com to schedule Approximate availability for in-person sessions in north Seattle (Sept 29-Dec 30): M: 5pm-8pmTh...
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Welcome John!

Welcome John!
John comes to us with a background in Mechanical Engineering and several years of instruction and tutoring experience. He completed his B.S. and M.S. Cornell and is currently a PhD candid at UW. He specializes in math test prep (SAT, GRE), algebra through calculus, and high school physics.  Some of his most interesting positions he has held includes workings as a researcher at the NASA...
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Tutor Jobs

We're always looking for for top notch tutors in the Seattle area. Shoot me an email with info on relevant experience and courses you can tutor: schuyler@tutoringservicesseattle.com https://www.tutoringservicesseattle.com/job/tutor/
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Check out our feature in Redfin’s latest article: “Prep Your Children for a Move with These 17 Tips”

Check out our feature in Redfin’s latest article: “Prep Your Children for a Move with These 17 Tips”
Moving is an exciting life event, but it can still be stressful – for you and your kids. Your children can feel especially scared and nervous about the changes that are approaching. Whether you’re just moving down the street or moving across the country from Atlanta, GA to Portland, OR, leaving a house can feel like a loss to your children. To help get you started, I, along with other expe...
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Quick tips (no cost)

If you or your kids are stuck on problem, feel free to give me a quick email (schuyler@tutoringservicesseattle.com) or text (206-999-0666) w/ photos and if I have time I'll point you to videos or webpages that I believe will help. Any elaboration of points of confusion is helpful.
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Hiring tutors

Currently seeking tutors in math and science. Please see https://www.tutoringservicesseattle.com/job/tutor/ for more info. Feel free to email me your resume or ask any questions: schuyler@tutoringservicesseattle.com
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