So how can non profit organizations build the financial support needed to fuel year-to-year growth?
NEW! From the Center at UCLA. Article shows challenges of building school-community collaboration and communitie schools, as well as potential benefits.
This animated presentation shows how volunteers grow more involved as they engage with youth in well organized tutor/mentor programs and how this leads them to enlist friends and family.
The mission of the Tutor/Mentor Connection is to help mentor-rich, long-term, career-focused tutor/mentor programs grow in high poverty areas of Chicago and other cities. We host links to over 200 Chicago area youth programs in this section of the web site. In this section you can follow links to other cities and other types of youth mentoring and tutoring programs operating all over the country.
New article from Center for Mental Health in Schools, UCLA Dept. of Psychology: The time has come for ending the counterproductive competition that arises from efforts that push separate, narrow agenda for student and learning supports.