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Network Building. Role of Faith Community

Network Building. Role of Faith Community

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Published by Daniel F. Bassill
How can faith communities mobilize congregations and the larger business community to support youth mentoring, tutoring and learning programs in high poverty areas of metropolitan regions such as Chicago. Read and share.
How can faith communities mobilize congregations and the larger business community to support youth mentoring, tutoring and learning programs in high poverty areas of metropolitan regions such as Chicago. Read and share.

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Published by: Daniel F. Bassill on May 17, 2013
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NETWORK BUILDER:
Tutor/Mentor Connection
T/MC
Tutor/MentorInstitute, LLC
CONNECTING
ThoseWho Needhelp
Strategies Faith Communities Can Use to SupportGrowth of Tutor/Mentor Programs in High Poverty areas.
YOU…
and youth inyour church
Property of Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC, Merchandise Mart PO Box3303,Chicago, IL 60654 –contact tutormentor2@earthlink.net
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ThoseWho canhelp
 
Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC, Tutor/Mentor Connection,tutormentor2@earthlink.net
HOW FAITH COMMUNITIES CAN LEADVOLUNTEERMOBILIZATION FOR TUTOR/MENTOR PROGRAMS
A strategy of the Tutor/Mentor Connection, www.tutormentorconnection.org
”One person trained twelve human beings who went on to so influence theworld that time itself is now recorded as being before (B.C.) orafter (A.D.) hisexistence.”This quote was taken from the introduction of the book "Jesus, CEO: UsingAncient Wisdom for Visionary Leadership", written by Laurie BethJones andpublished by Hyperion. It shows how much power one person has tochangethe world. We hope it inspires church leaders to use there communicationssystems to change the future for millions of at-risk youth throughout America,and the world.
Read and share the ideas in the following pages to see how faithcommunities can help transform the lives of youth living in big city poverty neighborhoods.
Property of Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC, Merchandise Mart PO Box3303,Chicago, IL 60654 –contact tutormentor2@earthlink.net
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Tangela joined CC in 1993,after being part of the MW/Cabrini Green Tutoring Program when in elementary school.
School-Time Programs3-5 PM Non-School ProgramsPre-KK -5th5th -6th6th -8thHighSchoolCareerTrack
 
After 5 PM and Weekend Programs
If the goal is to help kids living in highpoverty neighborhoods be startingjobs/careers by their mid-twenties….How do we help tutor/mentor programs connectwith youth when they are young, and stayconnected to those kids from when we first meetthem, to when they need our help as adults?….
We are still connected, via the Internet, 16 years later.---16 years later.
Property of Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC –contact tutormentor2@earthlink.net
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