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Daniel Bassill commented on Susan Schneider's blog post What You Should Know About Becoming a Mentor
"Susan, thanks for posting. I hope you'll help bring more people to this forum to network and use the ideas.  I am reading a book titled "The World is Open" http://travelinedman.blogspot.com/ It shows how the Internet now has vast…"
Jul 5, 2012
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What You Should Know About Becoming a Mentor

  You can do it. Most kids love to talk about themselves and are thrilled when adults give them their full attention. You might be surprised to hear what they want to be when they grow up. You can provide mentoring through a volunteer program such as those sponsored by the National Mentoring Partnership, Tutor/Mentor Connection, The Boys & Girls Club, Read Aloud America, America’s Promise, the Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Foundation and many other organizations. They welcome…See More
Jul 5, 2012
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Jun 14, 2011
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"Thanks for joining the group. You can use your blog to share information, but not to sell goods and services. You can see the way I'm working with volunteers and interns to create material intended to be used by leaders to support the…"
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I'm a former VP/Creative Director of a human resources markeing agency who now uses that experience to publish kids-to-careers materials. Our blog also has valuable hints and tips for all adults to use to help kids develop workforce skills and understand the importance of staying in schoo.
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We are always looking at the needs of youth mentors, teachers, counselors and parents so we know what to create and publish as valuable kids-to-careers resources.

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What You Should Know About Becoming a Mentor

 

 

You can do it. Most kids love to talk about themselves and are thrilled when adults give them their full attention. You might be surprised to hear what they want to be when they grow up.

 

You can provide mentoring through a volunteer program such as those sponsored by the National Mentoring Partnership, Tutor/Mentor Connection, The Boys & Girls Club, Read Aloud America, America’s Promise, the Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Foundation and many other…

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At 12:26pm on June 14, 2011, Daniel Bassill said…
Thanks for joining the group. You can use your blog to share information, but not to sell goods and services. You can see the way I'm working with volunteers and interns to create material intended to be used by leaders to support the infrastructure and growth of volunteer based tutor/mentor programs in high poverty places. If more programs have needed resources more are able to purchase the training and ideas that you and others are creating.
 
 
 

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