Eye to Eye Community shares #Gratitude during National Mentoring Month
2018 Alumni Hero Stephen Neidich saw first-hand the power of mentoring and its importance for students with learning differences as a Mentor and then as an Artist in Residence. He is grateful for a program that embraces and celebrates learning differences.
In 2018, our Community Champion Award was presented to the Andlinger Family for their inspiring support of the 1 in 5 who learn differently. Tristan experienced the importance of Eye to Eye’s Community through mentorship with our CEO, David Flink, and interning at the Young Leaders Organizing Institute. We’re grateful for those in our community who continue to encourage students to be proud of their learning and attention issue(s)!
Last year we were proud to honor Jenny Krause with the Educator Award for Excellence. From the beginning, she’s been an advocate for LD kids in Wyoming, and kids everywhere. This mentoring month she’s sharing her gratitude for the Eye to Eye community.