Tutor Resignation Letter Sample

Learn how to write a tutor resignation letter. Use our sample tutor resignation letters as templates for your tutor resignation letter.

Sample 1 – Tutor Resignation Letter

December 8, 2021

Rachael Jennings
Manager
ABC Tutor Company
7000 Marvel Ave
Rockville MD, 20007

Dear Ms. Jennings,

Please accept this letter of resignation from the position of tutor, effective two weeks from today. My last day at ABC Tutor Company will be December 22, 2021.

I have accepted a position with another company that will further my growth and development in my career. 

I have enjoyed working at ABC Tutor Company and will miss my colleagues. However, this new position will challenge my growth and further my career.

During the next two weeks, I am willing to help you in any way to make the transition as smooth as possible. 

This includes assisting in recruiting and training my replacement. Please let me know if there is anything specific that you would like me to do.

Again, it has been a pleasure working as a part of your company.

Signature
Lynn Sheffield

Sample 2 – Tutor Resignation Letter

December 8, 2021

Julia Smith
HR Manager
Tutor Choice Agency

Dear Ms. Smith:

This is to inform you that I have accepted a position in another company. Therefore, I would like to offer my resignation dated 12/22/21.

I appreciate the professional development and growth from Tutor Choice Agency, and in particular, from you. 

Your mentoring support has encouraged me, and I hope that we will continue our relationship as I move forward in my career.

I wish you continued growth and success in the future.

Sincerely,

Signature
Carlene Moon

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