Use Information Resources to Build Needed Youth Organizations

The Tutor/Mentor Connection/Institute, LLC is an information-based resource to help people build and sustain volunteer-based tutor/mentor programs reaching youth in high poverty neighborhoods of Chicago and other cities. 

Use the resources on this web site to support your learning.  Do a Google search using "tutor mentor" and any of the words in the tag cloud below, and find articles intended to stimulate and influence thinking of leaders across Chicago and the rest of the country.

Click here to view to an interview with Dan Bassill, founder of Tutor/Mentor Connection (1993) and Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC (2011).

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Tutor/Mentor Institute Video Library - take a look


Visit this page to see a library videos where Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC ideas are explained.  Visit this page to see videos done by interns working with T/MC and T/MI since 2005.

See YouTube video list.  More on this YouTube list.

Also. Videos added to Vialogue site with annotated comments. Here's one. By viewing the video on Vialogue you can see updates since the video was created in 2010. You can also add your own comments

See illustrated PDF strategy essays on Scribd.com and Slideshare.  Use these presentations in discussion groups as part of your own strategic planning.


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