Ongoing learning and partnerships with businesses / philanthropists
Draw business and philanthropy partners into ongoing learning and partnership with tutor/mentor leaders.
If we can demonstrate that volunteer-based tutor/mentor programs benefit companies and their current employees while they help develop future customers and employees we can help leaders build strategies that provide on-going operating resources to tutor/mentor programs in many locations.

This article shows $28,000 in grants being awarded to tutor/mentor programs in Chicago by the Chicago by the Lawyers Lend A Hand to Youth program. That was in 2005.  In 2006 a $2 million grant was received and the grant total was over $200,000 in each of the past three years.

If we can help this strategy grow from every industry then each tutor/mentor program in a city might have volunteers, ideas and operating dollars coming from many industry sectors and volunteers and youth in each program would be building broader networks of ideas and supporters.

This page shows media stories generated by Tutor/Mentor Connection since 1994 as a result of hosting the conferences and other strategic events.

Every company that sponsors this strategy has the ability to generate its own stories and to benefit from the stories we and everyone else generate. We create growing attention for tutoring/mentoring in Chicago and other cities and for the businesses, leaders and civic groups who support this strategy.
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