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Project Mission: Mentoring Through Technology to Promote Student Achievement

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Disclaimer: The Connecting to Success project, partners, and funding agencies do not take responsibility for the contents of the Web sites listed below, nor do they endorse these contents.


Achieve! Minneapolis

Four Directions: Electronic Mentoring Project

Mentored Pathways

Telementoring Web


Big Brothers Big Sisters of America

Boys and Girls Clubs of America

Education Northwest: Mentoring Resources

National Mentoring Partnership

Transition & School-to-Work

Jobs for the Future

National Center on Secondary Education and Transition

National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth

National Dropout Prevention Center

National Youth Employment Coalition

Online College Database: Online Learning for Students with Disabilities

U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration

Young Entrepreneurs Network

Youth Development

America’s Promise

American Youth Policy Forum

Child, Youth, and Family Education and Research Network (CYFERNet)

National 4H Council

National Youth Employment Coalition

Search Institute

Service Learning and Civic Engagement

Generator School Network

National Youth Leadership Council

Points of Light Foundation

United Way of America


Assistive Technology

CHADD: Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

IDEA Practices (IDEA Partnership Website)

Institute on Community Integration (ICI), University of Minnesota

Job Accommodation Network

National Center on Secondary Education and Transition

National Center to Improve Practices in Special Education

National Center for Learning Disabilities

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)

University of Minnesota Disability Resource Center

Employer Resources

Independent Sector

National Alliance of Business

U.S. Chamber of Commerce


National Urban League

Teaching Tolerance

United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc.

Funding and Fundraising

The Foundation Center

ESchool News Funding Center

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