Helping Youth Tutoring, Mentoring Programs Grow:
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Agenda for May 8, 2015.

This illustrates the schedule, and type of workshops expected at the May 8, 2015 conference. Workshop proposals are now being accepted.  Visit this page to see workshop agendas from past conferences.

All speakers are volunteers who share their time and expertise to help volunteer-based tutoring, mentoring programs grow throughout the Chicago region. Workshop topics and speakers are subject to change without notice.

Use hashtag #TMConf_Chi to connect on Twitter. 
 

 

8:15am-8:45am

Registration and Continental Breakfast
Plan to arrive with enough time to pass through security screening. Bring a valid photo ID with you.
 

8:45am-9:15am

Welcome:

Daniel F. Bassill, Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC
 

John Hosteny, Director of the Corporation for National and Community Service's Illinois Office.  http://www.nationalservice.gov/
 

Networking IceBreaker - Jordan Hesterman, Founder/Executive Director, Becoming We The People

 

9:30am-10:40 am Workshops

 

5 workshops will be offered during this time frame.


 

10:45am-12:00 noon Workshops 

Promoting Public Health Through Service-Learning, Presented by Marvin Scott, Coordinator,

5 workshops will be offered during this time frame.


12:00pm -1:20pm

Box Lunch & Networking -


12:50pm - 1:15pm - Keynote TBD
 

Liberal time is allowed for lunch and networking. Bring handouts and share information about your own program. Bring business cards so you can expand your network.
   

1:30pm-2:30pm Workshops

 

5 workshops will be offered during this time frame.

 


2:35pm-3:45pm Workshops
 
3-4 workshops will be offered during this time frame.


Join in Happy Hour after the conference, at
Cavanaugh's, located in the historic Monadnock Building at 53 W. Jackson Blvd. Free food. Cash bar. 4:15 go 6pm.
 

Before, During and After the Conference: Connect with peers in on-line space
Participants are encouraged to think of the spring and fall tutor/mentor conference as a meeting place where they can bring a group who is interested in creating more tutor/mentor programs in a specific region or in a specific focus area (such as health careers, technology, arts, etc.).  We encourage you to join on-line forums and help plan the conference and other T/MC actions. If you would like to organize a single workshop, or a conference within the conference, please contact us online or connect with Dan Bassill on Skype at "dbassill".