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Case for Business Involvement
Service Learning

Involvement of a volunteer in a tutor/mentor program is a form of Service-Learning.

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Tipping Points

The essays in this section illustrate core concepts of the Tutor/Mentor Connection:

The Tutor/Mentor Connection Logic Model

Creating Network of Purpose, Creating a Network of Purpose – The Tutor/Mentor Connection

Tutor/Mentor Connection’s Theory of Change

Tipping Points - actions that would lead to create change

Role of intermediaries and consultants to help build understanding of these ideas

 

 

 
Education-to-Careers

The Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC (T/MI) seeks to recruit volunteers from every profession and industry in Chicago who can model different career aspirations than are normally modeled in high poverty neighborhoods, and who can provide coaching, mentoring and support to help kids succeed in school and move to college, then careers.

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Click this link to see strategy map that illustrates this concept.

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Workforce Development

The articles in this section are intended to illustrate how volunteer-based tutor/mentor programs serve many important and strategic benefits to different industry sectors.

Our aim is that leaders from every slice of this leadership pie become owners of the strategies on this web site and in these essays.

Case for Strategic Business Investment and Employee Involvement

    The Tutor/Mentor Connection Logic Model

Creating Network of Purpose, Creating a Network of Purpose – The Tutor/Mentor Connection

Tutor/Mentor Connection’s Theory of Change

Tipping Points - actions that would lead to create change

  1. What will it take to assure that all youth now living in poverty are entering careers by age 25? A Workforce Development Strategy
  2. Why Business Involvement? Review concept map #1; map #2
  3. Tutor/Mentor Connection – Case for Business Involvement
  4. The T/M Connection - a Retail Business Model
  5. Concept maps used to visualize "workforce development" strategy
 


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