I went to the conference that held on June 7th. It was really nice experience. I met many person, and communicated. Nice to meet you. When the first workshop, I was little shy at first. However, I could talk to them later, because of my video. I know it is not good, but many people gave praise and encouraged. I will try to develop my skill. I learned many things in there, such as America office culture, leadership, and communication. Thank you, Daniel and everyone.
I remake Creating a Network of purpose using Prezi. This is my first work for T/MC to inform our work. Even Though I'm not accustomed to using it, I'll be better from trial and error. You are able to know how Tutor/Mentor programs work, operate and manage database.
Added by Byeonghui Kim on June 5, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments
I'm Kyungryul. I will make second video. It compares the planning process needed to support military forces in many places to that needed to make tutor/mentor programs available in many places. so, It shows steps to win the poverty.
I'm Kyungryul Kim from South Korea. I'm an internship with Tutor/Mentor Connection in Chicago. This is my first video for T/MC. I looked the past presentation about Tutor/Mentor connection, and made this video to introduce that. If you interested in this video, please contact Tutor/Mentor Connection.
Editor note: Krngryul Kim is developing a script for his first video project, which he'd doing as part of an internship with Tutor/Mentor Connection in Chicago, which started on May 23. If you're a student in Chicago or another city, you could be doing this, too.
I summarized more.
Added by Kyungryul Kim on May 30, 2013 at 2:00pm — No Comments
This is a draft for my presentation.
Added by Byeonghui Kim on May 29, 2013 at 2:44pm — No Comments
This is my first draft to make video about the presentation
Added by Kyungryul Kim on May 29, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Today, I saw many data that volunteer made in order to inform poverty like movie, pdf, ppt format. They concisely arranged data and made a variety of files using many tools. They mainly posted about how to progress the helping procedures and what we're doing to help children. In addition, they appealed to contributor for donate by seeing their difficult situation.
I think they already made sufficient presentations and video so I don't know how and what to make. But I will focus on the…Continue
Finally, I learned much about the Tutor/Mentor connection by other works. They help me understand Tutor/Mentor connection’s missions and goals. I think it is like a advertisement. So, It should be a strong impact, without long. So, I will process the project using these steps. First, I will set the targets. Tutor connection needs someone who has capability to help the children. So, I consider who will see the video. Next, the subject will be included in that. I think this subject is…Continue
That is my first video in a six week internship. I'm Kyungryul Kim from South Korea, and I'm studying in IIT in Chicago. I made this using Premiere. But, I'm not sure this is suitable for introduction. I'll use it again for internship, so I have to increase my editing skills. I'll do better next time.
Hello, nice to meet you! My name is ByeongHui Kim and I'm an intern in Tutor/Mentor Connection. It is my first time to use Prezi so it looks very simple. Through this internship, I'll improve my skills. I introduced my roles, experiences, skills, friends that I can inform the difficulty of children, activity that I did.
Every six months…Continue
To Supporters of Volunteer-Based Tutor/Mentor Programs
Please see attached story (my May 23 blog item...K-Town Church.) It is a report written by a Wheaton College student who was doing an internship with World Vision 8 or 9 years ago. I forwarded it to Dan Bassill of the Tutor/Mentor Connection and he sent it to…Continue
Added by Maxine Williams on May 23, 2013 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Editorial Note: This is a story that was written in 2004 to tell the story of a tutor/mentor program operating out of a church on the West Side of Chicago. That church was highlighted in a 2013 CBS 48 Hours Video showing drug dealing in front of the church.
Maxine Williams was the coordinator for the FunDay School tutoring program that was operated by SunRise Missionary Baptist Church from about 2003 to 2008. We did very well for most of those years…Continue
Added by Maxine Williams on May 23, 2013 at 12:00pm — No Comments
What happens after the war - a short story about children suffering in Liberia, West Africa and coming together as a 'human' race to eradicate poverty.
SEE HOW IT BEGAN & WHAT WE ARE DOING TO MAKE IT END…Continue
Added by Lisa Houston on May 23, 2013 at 11:52am — No Comments
SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS AND DISCUSSIONS ARE WELCOME.
VISIT US AT: www.blamelessfacesfoundation.com.Continue
This is my first time as a blogger so I may not have it right yet. I was encouraged by Dan to participate and become familiar with it. So here it goes although I don't have any experience yet.
As a non profit organization in the N. Lawndale area of Chicago. I am concerned about the welfare of our youth and young adults. Dan shared with me some very useful information on the ways that we can promote our community development and youth development. We talked about youth in our…Continue
In every high poverty neighborhood there are one or two anchor institutions, like a hospital, university, bank, etc. that could provide leadership and strategic support to strategies that support the growth of youth mentoring programs.
If those same institutions also focus on community wealth building then they may be more likely to build the types of…Continue
Added by Daniel Bassill on April 27, 2013 at 11:43am — No Comments
Building a resourceful support for the above Lukenya Pillars of Transformation a community based organization that empowers in the community in several ways
I created this graphic last week to illustrate the progression of thinking that I've followed for the past 20 years.
I know from my own experiences and those of others, and from much reading, that connecting youth with caring adults can have a positive impact.
I also know that building and sustaining these adult-youth connections in high…Continue