|Chicagoland Tutor/Mentor Volunteer Recruitment|
Volunteers Talent, Time or Dollars to Help Inner-City Youth.
Since 1995 the Tutor/Mentor Connection has organized an annual volunteer recruitment campaign in Chicago to help all tutor/mentor programs attract volunteers. You can learn about more than 150 organizations that offer various forms of volunteer based tutoring and/or mentoring by using the Program Locator Directory. You can also browse a list of nearly 200 youth organization web sites at this link.
As you become involved with any of these programs expand your knowledge and impact by using the ideas and resources shared on the Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC web sites. Our aim is to help constantly improving k-12 tutor/mentor programs reach more youth, and help more move through school and into jobs and careers.
Join the Recruitment Planning Team
One way you can take part in the T/MC volunteer recruitment campaign is by participating in a Blog Exchange with the T/MC and others who are recruiting volunteers, or by volunteer-recruitment and conference planning committees on the T/MC Ning Forum. With your help we can build a collective effort that enlists more programs, businesses and churches in helping mobilize volunteers for tutor/mentor programs throughout Chicago and in other cities.If you're not in Chicago, plan a parallel T/MC strategy in your own community. Join the planning team and apply the ideas in your area, or help us recruit regional and national leaders to support volunteer-based tutor/mentor programs in multiple communities.