Monday, April 24, 2017

Work by Interns Since 2006

Since 2005 more than 30 interns from colleges in the Chicago region, and from countries like South Korea, China, and India, have spent time with the Tutor/Mentor Connection, ranging from one week to a full year.

Each has been asked to review ideas shared on Tutor/Mentor Connection (T/MC) and Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC web sites, then write a blog article, or create a visualization, that shares their interpretation of what they are reading and what this means to other people.

If you scroll back through articles on this blog, all the way to 2006, when Michal Tam wrote this introduction, you can see work that has been done.  For archive purposes, I'm listing below some of the visualizations that were created.  Visit this page to learn more about interns who have worked with us. Visit this page to see projects that have been done.  Visit this group on Ning to see how Interns have been supported in doing this work.

The work these students have done  has been invaluable. Yet, it's greatest potential is to inspire other students from cities around the world, to create their own versions of the same projects or to interpret other ideas shared on the Tutor/Mentor Blog or Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC web sites. Through such efforts more adults might be reached, who will actually adopt and implement these strategies in locations throughout the world.

Note: Pojects created using Adobe Flash are no longer supported on most browsers (as of 2017). You can download a swfplayer, from sites like, to view them in their original format. You can also view videos that have been created to show the animations. Links included below.

a)  Introduction of Tutor/Mentor Connection Interns 
Created by Kyungryul Kim on June 2013.     139 views.

b) Meet interns making differences!    Created by Byeonghui Kim on July 2013.     530 views.

c) Interns can make a difference!    Created by Sunjoong Yoo on September 2014.     186 views.
2. Introduction of Tutor/Mentor Connection and its services
a) Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC Learning Path Video Created by Wona Chang, Jan/Feb 2015.  YouTube version, click here. 104 views.

b) Guide to Tutor/Mentor Institute Web Site video.  Created by Wona Chang, Jan/Feb 2015.   YouTube version, click here, 89 views

c) Tutor/Mentor Connection Strategy Map/Goal-Animated Concept Map - Video version (2017)  

d) T/MC Program locator Introduction animation  Created by Taeho Ko. 2008

e) Tutor/Mentor Connection Introduction -  (T/MC) Intro.
Created by Mina Song on June 2012.   1340 views. (Look below to see 4 more strategy Prezi's by Mina)

g) Tutor/Mentor Service Learning Network Revised version :  YouTube video. click here.

Original Flash Animation:  Created by Inee Choi in 2011. Video created 2017.

h) Tutor/mentor Connection Year Round Strategy to build support for tutor/mentor programs.  See 2011 video. Click here.  See 2017 video showing full animation.

Original Flash animation created by Eunsoo Lee on February 24, 2010. Adobe Flash version:  

i)  Animation showing Push Pull Strategy of Tutor/Mentor Connection.  2017 YouTube Video version.  

Original Animation: Click here.  Created by Jawon Koo on February 24, 2010  Narration by Bradley Troast, Northwestern University

j) Animation showing goal of supporting tutor/mentor programs in all parts of Chicago. 2017 Video version TC.

Click here to view  original Flash animation. Created by Jawon Koo, Intern from IIT. Narration by Bradley Troast, Northwestern University.   

k) Volunteer Recruitment Campaign video (click here) Creative by Minsub Lee in 2011.     45 views.

l) Infrastructure needed to build and sustain a tutor/mentor program. View 2017 YouTube video version.

To view animation, Click here.  Created by Sam Lee, Intern from IIT, 2011.
3.  Visualizations of Tutor/Mentor Connection Concepts

a)  How You Can Make A Difference video.  Created by Kyungryul Kim on January 2013.      142 views.

b) War on Poverty video  Created by Kyungryul Kim on January 2013.      150 views

c) The Power of Small Change video  Created by Sunjoong Yoo, January 2014.     294 views

d) Enough is Enough animation. View in this blog article.   Created by July 2010

e) Resources on Tutor/Mentor Connection web sites. Video version (2017).

Flash Animation, created in 2009 by IIT interns. Narration by Chris Warren, Northwestern University.

f) Transforming Adults Involved in Volunteer-Based Tutor/Mentor Programs. YouTube Video 2011-495 views

Flash Animation by LiLi, University of Michigan, 2010:

5. Visualizations of Tutor/Mentor Connection strategies

a) Creating Network of Purpose. Tutor/Mentor Connection Strategy. Prezi created  by Byeonghui Kim on June 2013.    585 views. Shown in blog article at

b) Step 1 of 4-Part Tutor/Mentor Connection Strategy.  Created by Mina Song on June 2012.   998 views.

c) Step 2 of 4-Part Tutor/Mentor Connection Strategy - Created by Mina Song on June 2012.   760 views.

d) Step 3 of 4-Part Tutor/Mentor Connection Strategy - Created by Mina Song on June 2012.   733 views.

e) Step 4 of 4-Part Tutor/Mentor Connection Strategy - Created by Mina Song on June 2012.   880 views.

f) 4-Part Problem Solving Strategy of Tutor/Mentor Connection -  Created by Byeonghu Kim on June 2013   776 views.
6. More Work done by interns

a) Introduction of Cabrini Connections and Tutor/Mentor Connection, in Korean. By Minsang Lee, 2010.  Click hereb)

b) Introduction of Tutor/Mentor Connection, in Chinese. 2010. Click here.  By Willow  Yang, 2010. 115 views.

c) Tutor/Mentor Leadership and Networking Conference video, 2010, by MinSang Lee.  Click here

d)  Graphic of Valentine shaped heart showing warmth of tutor/mentor bond. Click here.  Created by SungHee Jung in Feburary 2012.    

e) Video showing "Hope & Love" of Tutor/Mentor bond.  Click here. Created by Sung Hee Jung, Feb. 2012. 136 views.

f) Tutor/Mentor Leadership and Networking Conference (2008) video. Click here  Created by by SEUNG JUNG LEE, June 2008.  296 views

g)  Animation introducing Tutor/Mentor Connection:   Created on June 2011 39 views

h) Template for Tutor/Mentor Connection newsletter - 2011 pdf by Sam Lee. 

Many thanks to every intern who worked on these projects and to everyone who views them and shares them with others.

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