Strategy Presentations by Interns


Projects done by interns - Page 2 of many

Below are additional visualizations  created by interns to illustrate ideas originally posted in Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC blog articles.  Browse past articles on the Intern blog to see meet some of the interns.  View the intern workspace on the Tutor/Mentor Connection forum.

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Steps for setting up a program and infrastructure needed. This graphic is from an animation done by Sam Lee, an IIT Intern.
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View Presentation on Volunteering & Service, also created by Sam Lee in 2011


An introduction to Tutor/Mentor Connection
Project by Mina Song, completed in June. 2012.  click here

step 1
Four-Part Strategy - Part 1
2012 presentation by Mina Song

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step 2

Four-Part Strategy - Part 2
2012 presentation by Mina Song

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step 3

Four-Part Strategy - Part 3
2012 presentation by Mina Song

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Fourstep 4-Part Strategy - Part 4
2012 presentation by Mina Song

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ENOUGH, animation by Cho In Hee
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How athletes can take the lead, animation by Minsub Lee

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Ning SNA

Growth of network on
from 2007 to May 2012. by Mina Song

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Network Analysis Report by Chul Wan Park

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program locator

Introduction of Tutor/Mentor Program
Locator by Taeho Ko
University of Michigan Spring Break Intern.

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