Tutor/Mentor Connection

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How to intend people to be helping Tutor/Mentor connection

 

I read article about the process that T/MC develp the youth in a long term and invest forn their future.

Dan explains that continuous caring is decisive to improve student's future. Although students have been mentor for a while, if they are not taken caring, they would be back to dangerous life again. So, stuents should get caring gradually for their improvement. By this process, they can set a goal, and finally achieve their dream in the future.

 

Honestly, T/MC does not seek the finanical support, but they need a donation for offering education to students. They have get vary donations from everyone. According to, my work is helping to promote T/MC. I'll make an image for T/MC.

I think that if the comany invest to T/MC, they can advertise with T/MC's logo and show their contribution to society. Therefore, it can enhance the company's image to better.

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Comment by Daniel Bassill on February 8, 2012 at 4:15pm

Thanks for your efforts to understand and communicate the Tutor/Mentor Connection and Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC.  While I've operated a site-based tutor/mentor program for more than 35 years, the T/MC was created to act as an intermediary, connecting volunteers, donors, parents with more than 170 individual tutor/mentor programs operating in different Chicago neighborhoods, and with a library of information that we host on the T/MC web site, which they can use in program improvement, mentoring, tutoring and efforts to constantly improve their impact.

This link shows that the Tutor/Mentor Connection is no longer operating under a non profit structure, but is being supported by the Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC which is a social enterprise...meaning we have few dollars but we're trying to make good things happen for inner city kids.

Song Mi and Sung Hee are interns from IIT and Korea who have been with me for 3 1/2 weeks. They will be here another 2 1/2 weeks, working to create new graphics and understanding that might motivate sponsors, donors,  partners and others to help us do this work so we can do more to help individual programs get the talent and resources they each need.

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