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    With your help, more of the kids born in poverty will be starting jobs and careers by age 25.

Year-Round Strategy Explained

 

 
Tutor/Mentor Institute YouTube Channel

Visit this Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC YouTube channel to see videos where we explain our ideas and talk about how mentoring transforms the lives of volunteers and youth who become part of well-organized, long-term tutor/mentor programs.

 
Role of Leaders - can you take this role?

Essays in this section are roles leaders in business, religion, health care, universities and politics might take to support the growth of volunteer-based tutor/mentor programs  in all high poverty areas.

Read most current blog article on leadership

Network Building - Role of leaders (PDF updated 11/11)

Maximizing Value from Civic Engagement, A Consulting Role PDF

T/MC: A Business Model PDF

Tutor/Mentor Programs as Workforce Development

Leadership Hub - point to places where others can become involved

General Colin Powell, A Leadership Primer (this is not a T/MC created essay).

 
Tutor/mentor Learning Network

This "tutor/mentor learning network" links the knowledge and experience of people and organizations from around the world.

The Tutor/Mentor Connection operates from at least seven web sites that we own, and hundreds of other sites owned by others. In the Tutor/Mentor Connection.org site we host more than 1500 links, pointing to information created by others around the world.

 Our goal is to help you learn to use that information to expand your understanding of where volunteer-based tutor/mentor programs are needed, the differences between different types of programs, and the actions people in business, philanthropy, government and other sectors can do to help world-class tutor/mentor programs operate in every high poverty neighborhood

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