Helping Youth Tutoring, Mentoring Programs Grow:
Building Collaborations and Collective Action

Agenda for November 7, 2014.  Registration Open

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-9:30am

Welcome:

Daniel F. Bassill, Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC
 

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

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

 

 

9:40am-10:45am Workshops

Workshop descriptions will be posted by early October. See list of expected workshop presenters and topics.

 

5 workshops will be offered in this time frame


 

10:55am-12:00 noon Workshops 

 

5 workshops will be offered in this time frame

 


12:00pm -1:30pm

Box Lunch & Networking -

 

   

1:40pm-2:45pm Workshops

5 workshops will be offered in this time frame


2:55pm-4:00pm Workshops
 

3-4 workshops will be offered in this time frame.


 

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".