Partners for the Tutor/Mentor Conferences
The conference is part of a Collaboration Strategy, where each partner does as much as he/she can to help tutor/mentor programs grow in many places. This animation shows the T/MC event strategy, and illustrates how individuals from many places can take leadership roles. Interns from IIT, Loyola, Northwestern, Michigan, and other universities are doing this work, which illustrates a creative way for others to use their talent to mobilize resources for tutor/mentor programs in Chicago and other cities.
The conferences are intended to draw coverage in local and
internet media, that draws attention to tutor/mentor programs throughout the
region. This page shows
news articles from past conferences, such as this story in the May 16, 1995
The Next Tutor/Mentor Leadership and Networking Conference will be held on June 7, 2013, with support from The Corporation for National and
Community Service, Becoming We the People and the Tutor/Mentor
Speakers and workshop presenters are volunteers!
All of the people who make time to do presentations are volunteers, who partner with the Tutor/Mentor Connection to make this conference possible. This list of speakers who participated in the November 2012 conference represents the type of presenters who will participate in the future conferences.
Want to help plan
The Tutor/Mentor Connection (T/MC) is now a program of the Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC. We continue to depend on the volunteer actions of many individuals and organization to organize the May and November Conferences each year. All of our speakers are volunteers who donate their time. Many come from other cities and pay for their own travel and lodging expenses. Without this help, we could not keep the fees for the conference so low or offer as many scholarships as we do. In this way, all of our speakers are partners in this effort. We thank you all.
We seek volunteers and partners from business, faith
groups, colleges and area Tutor/Mentor Programs who view the T/MC conference as part of their own
commitment to make more effective volunteer-based tutoring and/or mentoring
programs available to economically disadvantaged kids living in neighborhoods
with high violence, high poverty, and many poorly performing schools. Partners
can come from businesses, universities, local tutor/mentor programs, schools,
foundations, and any sector of society. They can even come from beyond Chicago.
They even come from other countries.
Join the conference planning discussion forum
Would you like to bring your network and knowledge to this conference? Contact us now!