Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Newsletter sent today - pass it on

For nearly 35 years I've been collecting information about volunteer-based tutor/mentor programs, why and where they are needed, and how they can be supported consistently by business, faith, professional and philanthropic groups.

I share this via the Tutor/Mentor Institute and Tutor/Mentor Connection web libraries and the Tutor/Mentor Program Locator maps.

While more than 800,000 visits and six million page views have been recorded since 1998 by people from all over the world, I also share information from this library in monthly email newsletters and via the May and November Tutor/Mentor Conferences held in Chicago.

The November 2011 eNews was sent this morning to about 3,000 people and can be viewed at this link.

If you want to help kids in poverty move through school and into jobs and careers or increase volunteer and philanthropic involvement from your company, faith group or family, the articles I point to can be used as group reading and reflection. This graphic illustrates that the information we collect and share on our web sites can be used by numerous groups of people in Chicago and in every other part of the world.

Take a look at blogs written by interns and volunteers and how they share what they are learning from this information. You don't need to be in Chicago to do this type of learning and communications. Just join the Ning group and offer your talent.

If you want to subscribe yourself or others to the newsletter, click here.

If you can become a sponsor, investor, partner, intern or volunteer to support this strategy read more at this link.

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