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Mission - Mentoring As Part of Larger Strategy

After 35 years of leading a volunteer-based tutor/mentor program I realize that mentoring must be part of a larger strategy that engages adults from many sectors of the regional community in efforts that provide the supports kids need to overcome the challenges of segregation, racism and generational poverty.-- Dan Bassill, Founder Tutor/Mentor Connection, Tutor/Mentor Institute.

The mission of the Tutor/Mentor Institute (T/MI) is to gather and organize all that is known about successful non-school tutoring/mentoring programs and apply that knowledge to expand the availability and enhance the effectiveness of these services to children throughout the Chicago region.

 

THIS IS A MARKETING PLAN INTENDED TO MAKE HIGH QUALITY, CONSTANTLY IMPROVING NON-SCHOOL TUTOR/MENTOR PROGRAMS AVAILABLE TO THOUSANDS OF YOUTH LIVING IN HIGH POVERTY NEIGHBORHOODS OF THE US AND THE WORLD


Dan Bassill, founder of Cabrini Connections and the Tutor/Mentor Connection in 1992, created the Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC in July 2011 to support the continued growth of the Tutor/Mentor Connection and tutor/mentor programs in the Chicago region, while seeking to embed it's ideas and strategies in cities and institutions throughout the world.  This PDF illustrates the goals and strategies of the Tutor/Mentor Institute and challenges we face.

 

This entire web site and the links it points to are our strategic plan.  Read more of the Vision and Strategy of Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC and Tutor/Mentor Connection, which is the implementation of this strategy in the Chicago region.

 

 
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