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Mapping for Justice blog, with examples of how GIS maps can be used.Click here.
The ideas shared in this monthly newsletter can be used by resource providers, political leaders, non profit leaders, volunteers and youth to help mentor-rich programs thrive in all of the neighborhoods where they are most needed.
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This graphic illustrates the role volunteers who are active in tutor/mentor programs, as well as others, can take to help mentor-rich programs grow in more places where they are needed.
This article, titled "Virtual Corporate Office", is one of many in the Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC library. It shows how teams of volunteers from different companies can help programs grow in many places and support students and volunteers in many programs.
This article, titled "Community Information Collection, illustrates the role volunteers can take in building a library of information, and learning more about the different tutor/mentor programs in Chicago and other cities.
These articles can be used by any organization to to expand the way volunteers help a program grow. They can also be used by business, universities and faith groups, to expand the range of ideas for how they help needed social benefit organizations, like tutor/mentor programs, grow in more of the places where they are needed.
This graphic illustrates that non-school programs can offer many different forms of learning and mentoring. The Tutor/Mentor Conferences and on-line meeting places are intended to share ideas that can be adopted in many places, while recruiting talent and operating dollars needed to help programs implement new ideas or keep improving old ideas.
On Pinterest I show many graphics that have been used in Tutor/Mentor articles. Many were created by interns, which illustrates another form of learning that volunteers could support in many different programs. In future conferences youth could be leading workshops using their own graphics to organize and communicate ideas.
Boston Innovation Hub/Giving Common - combining data and mobilizing resources - read more
People's Climate March & Mobilization, Sept. 21 in NYC Learn more See Climate Change Video.
College Graduation Rate info. See rates for your state.
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America's Public Schools Remain Highly Segregated. Read article
Lights on Afterschool, October 23, 2014. Do you have an event planned? Learn more.
November 4, 2014 Election Toolkit, from Voices for Illinois Children. Click here
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