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Austin Sauerbrei
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  • Nashville, TN
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Austin Sauerbrei and Daniel Bassill are now friends
Jul 15, 2009
Daniel Bassill left a comment for Austin Sauerbrei
"Before you can sit down with programs, you need to locate them. If the city already has a master database, this is easy. If not, I encourage your group to build the database, and manage it, just as I did for Chicago. You can post your list of…"
May 6, 2009
Austin Sauerbrei left a comment for Daniel Bassill
"Our plan right now is to sit down with several existing afterschool programs and ask what their needs are and then see if we can get a weekly or bi-weekly updated schedule of when they need tudors and if they need any particular subject taught…"
May 6, 2009
Daniel Bassill left a comment for Austin Sauerbrei
"Thanks for joining. I hope you'll help make this a forum that works for you and your program at Belmont University."
May 3, 2009
Austin Sauerbrei is now a member of Tutor/Mentor Connection
May 3, 2009

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Hometown:
Wichita Falls, TX
About Me:
I am a Junior Social Entrepreneurship major at Belmont University in Nashville, TN. I am currently in the process of starting a program with a few other students at Belmont that will connect students with afterschool programs in the neighboring community. I'd want to learn as much as I can from people who have already done similar things, so any advice will be greatly appreciated!

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At 1:40pm on May 6, 2009, Daniel Bassill said…
Before you can sit down with programs, you need to locate them. If the city already has a master database, this is easy. If not, I encourage your group to build the database, and manage it, just as I did for Chicago. You can post your list of programs on a blog, and become more sophisticated on how you share this information as you find others to help you.

With the database, you can reach out to existing programs with a needs survey. You might look at the ones we've created an posted on this site. If you build a new survey, I hope you'll share it here, so others might use it.

With the database, you can also invite programs to come together at key times each year where the networking can lead to idea sharing, and to public awareness that draws other resources to the programs.

If you post what you are learning from your contact with programs on a ning forum, then you are sharing it with your members, the programs, and the larger community.

Based on what you learn from your first round of activities, you should develop what your next step would be.
At 9:58pm on May 3, 2009, Daniel Bassill said…
Thanks for joining. I hope you'll help make this a forum that works for you and your program at Belmont University.
 
 
 

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