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Use of Social Network Analysis: Concept from pre 2000. The T/MC seeks to recruit leaders and volunteers from many different sectors. We seek to develop a database tool that would show a list of contacts for each box that we might select. School Day 9am-3pm. PreK. 2nd-5th. 6th-8th. 9-12th.

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Use of social network analysis concept from pre 2000

Use of Social Network Analysis: Concept from pre 2000

The T/MC seeks to recruit leaders and volunteers from many different sectors. We seek to develop a database tool that would show a list of contacts for each box that we might select.


Contacts at universities

School Day

9am-3pm

PreK

2nd-5th

6th-8th

9-12th

Post HS

Career

Life of Service

3-5pm

After 5pm

Contacts at Universities

Northwestern University

University of Chicago

DePaul University

Columbia College

Oxford University

Edgewood College (student exchange)

UCLA (GIS)

Associated Colleges of Ill.

Loyola University

Notre Dame (Latino Institute)

City Colleges (eConf)

Harvard University

Australia University (econf)

Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI

William Patterson University (NJ)

At each university listed, the T/MC is in conversation with one or more people about working together to accomplish something related to the T/MC strategy.


Contacts at iupui notre dame and other indiana universities

School Day

9am-3pm

PreK

2nd-5th

6th-8th

9-12th

Post HS

Career

Life of Service

3-5pm

After 5pm

Contacts at IUPUI, Notre Dame and other Indiana Universities

Nathan Harris, Upward Bound, T/MC liaison

Philip Seabrook, Assistant Dean

Scot Evanbeck, Dean, University College

Nathan Bryer, Technology Director

[email protected]

(GIS class)

At IUPUI, the T/MC is in conversation with one or more people about working together to accomplish something related to the T/MC strategy.


Contacts at depaul

School Day

9am-3pm

PreK

2nd-5th

6th-8th

9-12th

Post HS

Career

Life of Service

3-5pm

After 5pm

Contacts at DePaul

John Zeigler, at [email protected]

"Kiljoong Kim, " <[email protected]>

President

"Nandhini Gulasingam, " <[email protected]>

At DePaul University, the T/MC is in conversation with one or more people about working together to accomplish something related to the T/MC strategy.


Contacts at law firms

School Day

9am-3pm

PreK

2nd-5th

6th-8th

9-12th

Post HS

Career

Life of Service

3-5pm

After 5pm

Chicago Bar Association/Foundation

Contacts at Law Firms

Jim Morsch, Butler Rubin

Tom and Mike Demetrio, Corboy and Demetrio

Eric Schiller, Sonnenschein, Nash

Lend- A-Hand Program

Http://www.lend-a-hand.net

Karen Lobdell

Gardner Carton & Douglas

Gabriel Rodriguez

Schiff Harden

Schanoff

George Vinyard

Gary Caplain

Mathh Peterson

IWU alumni lawyers

George Vinyard - Sachnoff

Bob Field, Field Golan

Mayer Brown

Acacia Members/Lawyers

Lee Christie

Dick Wray

Corporate Lawyers

Mike Hayes, Marsh & Mclennan

Dan Cotter,

The T/MC is in conversation with dozens of people in the legal community with a goal of working together to accomplish something related to the T/MC strategy.


Contacts at faith groups

School Day

9am-3pm

PreK

2nd-5th

6th-8th

9-12th

Post HS

Career

Life of Service

3-5pm

After 5pm

Contacts at Faith Groups

Jewish

Episcopalian

St. Peter’s Church, Sycamore

Catholic

His Emmenence Thomas Paprocki, Aux. Bishop

Baptist

Shawn DalCour (South Sub pastor)

Rev. Lorraine Bogan

Methodist

Mason Scholl - network

Lutheran

Presbyterian

Christian

Hindu

Muslim

T/MC is in conversation leaders in every faith community, with a goal of building a regular message that ties scripture and service, and builds learning communities who use T/MC data to develop strategies for helping kids from poverty to jobs


Use of social network analysis concept from pre 2000

Partners are People who Can help

T/MC

Cabrini

Connections

(this could be you!)

Those

Who can

help

Those

Who Need

help

Each box on the T/MC wheel chart represents a target group of “those who can help”. The T/MC seeks to be able to put a name, or names in each box, representing people who have taken different degrees of leadership responsibility.


Use of social network analysis concept from pre 2000

OUR GOAL: SUPPORT THE GROWTH OF TOTAL QUALITY MENTORING PROGRAMS THAT HELP INNER CITY YOUTH REACH CAREERS

To SUCCEED

We must recruit business leaders who will use their resources in PULLINGYouth to Careers

School-Time Programs

5th - 6th

6th - 8th

HighSchool

Career

Track

Pre-K

K - 5th

3-5 PM Non-School Programs

After 5 PM and Weekend Programs

Such programs engage employee volunteers as tutors, mentors, coaches, advocates, leaders in volunteer-based programs that meet in non-school hours.

To SUCCEED

We must help tutor/mentor program leaders, volunteers, schools and parents be more effective in PUSHINGYouth to Careers


Progress since 2000

Progress since 2000

  • Many more people have been added to T/MC network

  • Internet has vastly expanded range and frequency of contacts

  • Social Network Analysis software offers opportunity to automate this network mapping


Join us

Join us.

  • SNA group at http://tutormentorconnection.ning.com

  • Tutor/Mentor Connection at 800 W. Huron, Chicago, Il. 60642

  • 312-492-9614

  • [email protected]


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