Tutoring and Mentoring mean different things to different people. They also have different meanings that change based on the social/economic environment of the children and youth who receive tutoring and/or mentoring. The T/MC created a power point essay, titled Defining Terms, to try to show the various forms of tutoring/mentoring needed by kids living in high poverty, inner-city areas. We feel each of these categories is important, however each needs advocates who focus on making sure each type of tutoring/mentoring is available to as many youth as possible. We focus primarily on volunteer-based tutoring/mentoring. However, our web site library has resources to support any type of tutoring/mentoring, for youth in any social/economic environment. Visit the Learning Resources section to view the links. Visit the Reference Materials Link to find on-line encylopedias, dictionaries, etc. Please add your rating and comment so future visitors will choose to visit sites based on feedback you and others provide. If you know of other learning, tutoring or mentoring web sites that are a useful resource, please submit the link to add to the library.