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Sunday, December 13, 2009
Meet visitors to this site. Introduce your organization
By tutormentor2 @ 11:06 AM :: 9437 Views :: 0 Comments :: Article Rating :: Program Articles, Fund Raising Ideas, Job postings. Help wanted in tutor/mentor organization, Articles about tutoring and mentoring programs

Introductions posted on the Guest Map may not be seen by most visitors to this site.  Use the Discussion Forum to introduce yourself  and your organization, or post an article describing the work you do.

If you browse the guest map on the home page of this web site, you can see that a few dozen visitors have introduced themselves and their organization. This shows where they are located in the world, and provides contact information. Here's a few examples:



 Benjamin Sibelman


Date Posted : July 21, 2006 06:54:28 PM Email : Website URL : Comments : I work at ESRI, the company that donated some of the GIS software for this site. If I have time, I may help in developing it further.


Rainer von Leoprechting


Date Posted : July 29, 2006 01:43:03 PM Email : Website URL : Comments : Great to see we are connected globally tackling education issues in a like-minded way.


 geeta dharmarajan


Date Posted : March 22, 2008 11:17:12 PM Email : Website URL : Comments : Loved your site! I head a nonprofit organization called Katha, based in Delhi. This is our 20th year of working in the literacy to literature continuum: Katha schools are in large slum clusters and in Arunachal Pradesh. Our publishing activities focus on literary translation of good fiction from 21 Indian languages, including English.




 Leslie Simonfalvi


Date Posted : September 11, 2007 01:27:09 PM Email : Website URL : Comments : I love your site. Keep it up.

 Big Brothers Big Sisters of the YMCA of Rock River Valley


Date Posted : December 02, 2009 08:52:47 AM Email : Website URL : Comments : Our program offers the traditional Community-based Mentoring and School-based Mentoring. Currently Big Brothers Big Sisters of the YMCA of Rock River Valley serves children in Boone and Winnebago counties. Each year approximately 200 children benefit from the services of Big Brothers Big Sisters. Our goal is to reach more children!


 Sandrina Harwood


Date Posted : September 09, 2009 01:56:31 PM Email : Website URL : Comments : I love the tutor/mentor concept!


Beyond the Bricks Project


Date Posted : September 02, 2009 09:40:38 AM Email : Website URL : Comments : The "Beyond The Bricks" project was created with the goal of promoting solutions for the consistently low performance of Black American boys in public schools. The film features two Newark, NJ students, who are struggling to get themselves back on track. Scholars and others from the community share thoughts on how we can assist all of our children to succeed.


 Living Water Center


Date Posted : December 29, 2008 01:30:29 AM Email : Website URL : Comments : We are trying to use some of T/MC's ideals by way of our volunteers who swap their time (through a Uni. / Trade School) who in turn offers classes to children we assist. Any assistance or suggestions are always welcome!


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 Prime Initiative


Date Posted : July 16, 2008 03:47:43 AM Email : Comments : Prime Initiative works with youth and children in rural and poor communities in the urban areas of Kaduna State, Nigeria. We have adopted the Tutor Mentor Strategy - courtesy of meeting with Dan F. Bassil on - and are spreading ther message of helping youth to achieve readiness for job/careers by age 25.


While I encourage people to continue to post on the guest map, I also hope you'll introduce yourself in the Discussion Forum, and use that feature to create on-going interaction on this site.  If this format is not as interactive as you'd like, then try the site where you have much more freedom to create an identity for yourself and your work.

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