Tutor/Mentor Connection

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Mark Sumrall
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I joined Cabrini Connections in 1999 and was recently reminded of the positive impact that it had on me. It profoundly impacted my relational abilities.I recall Cabrini Connections being a third place for me; it was my home away from home. The staff were beyond friendly; they took an interest in your life. My tutor exemplified this value as well. His name is Larry Daigle.Larry volunteered after work hours to help me with my homework. This was his only official commitment. However, he excelled…See More
May 25, 2013
Mark Sumrall and Daniel Bassill are now friends
Jan 21, 2010
Daniel Bassill left a comment for Mark Sumrall
"Hi Mark, thanks for joining. I hope you'll skim through the various groups and blogs and then find a way to launch discussions that lead people to think about what it takes to make a tutor/mentor program available in a location, and what the…"
Oct 7, 2009
Mark Sumrall is now a member of Tutor/Mentor Connection
Oct 7, 2009

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Hometown:
Chicago, IL
About Me:
I attended Cabrini Connections from 1999-2003. I was involved in its film, art and tutoring programs. Now I have my B.A. from Moody Bible Institute. I owe a great deal of gratitude to CC because of the many assets they provided me.
What do you hope to learn, or share, on this forum?
What other people from previous years are doing and how to better network.

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At 11:51am on October 7, 2009, Daniel Bassill said…
Hi Mark, thanks for joining. I hope you'll skim through the various groups and blogs and then find a way to launch discussions that lead people to think about what it takes to make a tutor/mentor program available in a location, and what the program needs to do to attract kids and volunteers and keep them coming back year after year for many years. As a alumni you have a unique perspective on this and hopefully can draw others into the discussion.

You also should use the "my page" to create a profile of yourself. Show some of the work you've done. Write blog articles that point to why and where tutor/mentor programs are needed. As you do this you will expand your network and open up opportunities for work and career.
 
 
 

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