Dear reader , I have been working as a tutor for modern Greek , (Beginner's level , Intermediate and Advanced) .As well as for Undergraduate and Post graduate level .Always Academically orientated .And , as I do work for <> .I also do work as a Translator and Interpreter .Fro Greek/cypriot and French clients of the NHS .Despite the fact that I have worked with many clients , as grouped together , so far .My question is :How can I work more as a Tutor .But also I would like to ask whether other alternatives do exist .LIke fro example , as I am in my final year of my French Studies Degree .It is quite likely , that I would be continuing my English Degree .After September coming ! However as I do need more financial income coming into my house .Or , what I am trying to express here is , how can I become more approachable ,how can I persuade the tutee and his/her parents to select and favour me ?(As soon as they come up with a tutor request like for example .)Plus , also how can I work more hours in the public or private sector .Whilst giving lessons to students .(Privately or at school) .Also how can I be more successful with Primary, Secondary and Further Education ?And , also give me the opportunity to give lessons in Greek(Modern) ,French (All levels ) ,English may be as a foreign language , too ? I am at this stage looking at all of my options .And , I do bare in mind that a Graduates' Jobs fair is bound to take place , in Manchester .However I would also like to ask for an advice from any one who knows more about the Academic /Educational Sector .And , let me know more about other optional choices that I could potentially and Financially benefit a lot from it .Plus I will be graduating this October 2012 .But , I also still have my 2 full time Academic years at Undergraduate level .In BA(Honours) for French Studies and Linguistics ! I am also trying to succeed with my Modern Greek Studies .Presumably with Greece ..!! I would love to hear from someone who shares the same concerns and experience . Thank you Miss Rebecca M .Alexopoulou .