I'm too sad to leave for Korea soon. I'll miss IIT and T/MC.I was learning many things by internship.
Especially, I had knowledge about system of volunteer organization.
Although there are many volunteer organizations in Korea, it's different from Tutor/Mentor Connection.
First, volunteer organizations located in Korea didn't build a database as I know. To keep managning and increasing association, it's very important to maintain a…Continue
I have worked at Tutor/Mentor Connection for six weeks where is a non-profit organization for anyone who wants to help inner city youth connect with extra adult tutors and mentors. Even if it could be short time, it was very long time to me. Because I learned American culture as well as computer skills during that time.
First, I knew American culture especially company culture. I knew how to communicate with my boss and work promptly. Furthermore, I have worked with co-worker and…Continue
***This post was created a few weeks ago, but was "saved to draft" and was never published...I'm new to blogging...don't judge***
On May 19 and 20, Tutor/Mentor Connections hosted its bi-annual conference in Matteson, IL. Leading up to the conference, I did not know what to expect or how it would look like, but I was optimistic about a good turnout. I was not disappointed. The conference itself was much larger than I had anticipated, and everyone I met during those two…Continue
When I came here for work as a intern, I was a little bit confused because all things in here were not familiar and all things I do look like awkward. However, the more time I spent here, everything in here was getting comfortable. Through this internship, I learned lots of things. First of all, I learned how to working process going in America. My initial purpose of coming here is to get to know America’s culture. At this aspect, I think I achieve that. Secondly, by working here,…Continue
Added by Minsub Lee on June 21, 2011 at 11:15am — No Comments
I saw the article about infographic on blog.
I think Infograpic is very useful.
Because in traditional way to represent information, data was usually expressed by a variety of numeric and text-only.
Infograpic can help people to understand information easier in new nontraditional ways…Continue
This is a volunteer-recruitment video created by Minsub Lee, and intern from Korea working with the Tutor/Mentor Connection. The video does not promote a single program and instead points to this page on the Tutor/Mentor Connection web site that shows how programs can build campaigns to support recruitment for all tutor/mentor programs in a…Continue
This video was created by Minsub Lee to show how athletes might adopt and become spokespersons for different neighborhoods in the city where they are star players. See…Continue
Sam Lee, an intern from IIT working with Tutor/Mentor Connection in May-June 2011, was asked to look at two graphics created to illustrate the role people might take in expanding the network of support for tutor/mentor programs. Below you can see the interpretations she created.
I created a new…Continue
Good morning : )
I summarized five articles in a presentation.
2) Wed, …Continue
During my research last week, I came across a study that dealt with mentor volunteer retention and recruitment, specifically looking at the gap between male and female mentors. This is an important subject to tackle as the authors cite studies that show that mentees who are connected with the same mentor for 2 years show the most significant positive change, whereas the mentees who are paired with the…Continue
Added by Joseph Kreul on June 7, 2011 at 11:50am — No Comments
I made animation versionContinue
Today, I made a PPT file involved in this article.
I attached jpg file and ppt file which include some animation. …Continue
I talked with Sam and we decide to divide her works.
I will make Atheletes and celebrities things as animation.
If you want me to do other things, please tell me.
Until that, I will work on this.
Added by Sam Lee on June 1, 2011 at 1:13pm — No Comments
Added by Minsub Lee on June 1, 2011 at 12:18pm — No Comments