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For Mentors, Mentees, School Facilitators and Principals - Please join TeamMates for the annual Recognition Dinner.
January 30th, 2014
5:30 to 7:30 pm, doors open at 5:00 pm
201 N. 7th, LincolnRegister and Learn More
JOIN TEAMMATES FOR A FUN EVENING OF BASKETBALL --
What: TeamMates Night at the Husker Mens Basketball Game
When: Saturday, December 21, 2013 Where: Pinnacle Arena, 400 Pinnacle Arena Drive
Time: Tip off at 7:30 pm
Register: by December 13th, 2013 at This Link
Dr. Shane Lopez, author of "Making Hope Happen" will give the keynote address at the annual Recognition Event.Read More
New: A Resource for Mentors of High School Students
- Click Here
to learn about the many resources available to your high school mentee.
Please help us keep our records current. If your contact information has changed recently - or will change soon - please update your information.
Thank you for your commitment to mentoring, you are making a difference in the life of a child!
Once a year we ask you to give TeamMates feedback about your match with an online survey. We hope to have 100% of the Lincoln mentors participate. Learn more about the survey
TeamMates of the Month
Read their stories...
TeamMates form a special bond. Each month a new match is featured as TeamMates of the Month.
Mentoring, Colin Powell style
Hear Gen. Colin Powell give a 30-second promo for mentoring.
Join the Club
Research shows that after 24 visits by a mentor during the school year, students experience fewer discipline referrals, higher grades, and reduced number of unexcused absences. Here's how to be a member of the 24 or More Club
Mentors: Tour the Mentor Area
A new updated area for mentors has been added to the website, including dates to watch for, tips and resources. More is being added all the time so check back often. Access the area through Resources
or through About Mentoring
Learn to Dream ScholarshipCreates Successes
The Learn to Dream scholarship is a partnership that makes dreams come true for students who would otherwise not be able to afford college. Amanda Miller, '08 grad, tells her story.