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Project Mission: Mentoring Through Technology to Promote Student Achievement

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The following organizations collaborated in the creation and testing of the Connecting to Success e-mentoring model:

The National Center on Secondary Education and Transition, a national collaborative effort to create opportunities for youth with disabilities to achieve successful futures. Headquartered at the Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota, the Center has partners and affiliated networks across the U.S.

Achieve! Minneapolis, an intermediary organization in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area created to build and enhance the linkage between the business community and the Minneapolis Public Schools, helping students achieve academic success and develop marketable skills.

Iowa Paths Systems Change Project, a federally-funded systems change project working to expand employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities who receive public support in Iowa. This project is a cooperative effort between the Iowa Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and Iowa Departments of Education, Human Services, Workforce Development, and Human Rights.

The Minnesota Department of Education, the state's education agency, which is working in collaboration with other Minnesota entities to create a statewide system of education and employment opportunities enabling youth with disabilities to attain smooth transitions to adult life.

Funding was originally provided by the U.S. Department of Labor.

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