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Sunday, March 1, 2009
Student Interns add Talent to Non Profit Organization
By tutormentor2 @ 10:11 AM :: 6585 Views :: Article Rating :: Advocacy, Planning, Technology, T/MC, Website Updates, Volunteering
 
Student interns from different universities and different countries are helping the Tutor/Mentor Connection create visual presentations that communicate our messages more effectively.

This "village" graphic illustrates the aim of the web site. This animated version of village concept illustrates the work being done by  interns.  Visit the T/MC Ning site to see more work being done by volunteers and interns.

You do not need to be in Chicago to work on these projects.  Just introduce yourself on the  Ning site and we can discuss projects you'd like to work  on.

You also don't need to be part of the T/MC to use these ideas to mobilize volunteers and donors to support tutor/mentor program growth in  your own community.  These presentations are on-line so you can gather a group of people and help them understand and act on  the ideas.
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