Katrina Recovery

Katrina Recovery

Contact: Libby Watson(Teresa Harwood) Mentor: Randal Harwood The City’s goal is to help our guests from Hurricane Katrina transition from what may have been fairly dire circumstances to productive citizens. The Project Group will adopt a family. The family will have a place to live, but the group will help guide them to other resources as they encounter need for them.

Early Childhood Matters – City of Fort Worth

Early Childhood Matters – City of Fort Worth

Contact: Kathy Livingston Mentor: Liz McCarthy This project group will help the City of Fort Worth devise and implement communication strategies and parent engagement strategies to inform parents of children 0-5 about what young children need in order to be successful.

Fort Worth Independent School District – TEAM Fort Worth

Fort Worth Independent School District – TEAM Fort Worth

Contact: Marsha Wright Mentor: Marsha Garoon TEAM Fort Worth is a school based mentoring program with Fort Worth Independent School District. We are currently located on thirty six campuses, grades 4-12, which are deemed “at risk”. This project group will do a survey and recruitment plan:

LeaderKids – Program Planning and Implementation

LeaderKids – Program Planning and Implementation

Contact: Mariem Harris Mentor: Jerry Roberson Project Description: Thanks to feedback from students, counselors, parents and mentors over the past 10 years, we are always trying to enhance the LeaderKids program. To ensure that this is more than a “show and tell” program, this year we are asking for help from the LFW Class of 2006 to more fully develop our curriculum...

Non-Profit  Service Center – From the Basics to Above and Beyond

Non-Profit Service Center – From the Basics to Above and Beyond

Contact: Phyllis Arnold, Executive Director (Christie Kimbell) Mentor: James Holcomb NSC has developed BoardServe, a board match and new member training program that recruits diverse individuals from local businesses, interviews them to determine their unique skills and interests, teaches them about board responsibility and recommends them as prospective board members to nonprofits that complement their qualifications.