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  1. 2011 Oct 09

    TeamMates Tailgate Gala October 28th

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    By DrNaumann

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    Save the date on Friday, October 28, 2011 in LaVista, Nebraska for the TeamMates Tailgate Gala.

    Comedian Larry the Cable Guy and Omaha investor Warren Buffett will celebrate the mentors in their lives at the TeamMates Tailgate scheduled for Friday, October 28, 6-9 p.m. at the Embassy Suites in LaVista.


    The TeamMates Mentoring Program was founded in 1991 by Dr. Tom and Nancy Osborne. TeamMates is a school based, one-to-one mentoring program that matches adult volunteers from the community with students to provide support and encouragement. The goal of the program is to help youth graduate from high school and pursue post-secondary education. The TeamMates Mentoring Program serves more than 4,000 youth in 112 communities across Nebraska and Iowa.


    Entertainment: Appearances by Larry the Cable Guy, Warren Buffett and Mary Maxwell

    Honorary Chairs: Howard and Rhonda Hawks

    Event Chairs: Kris and Jessica Covi

    Online Auction: Register to bid online at www.proxibid.com/Teammates

    Questions: Please contact TeamMates Mentoring Program at 1-877-531-8326 or visit www.TeamMates.org

    For more information, contact: Suzanne Hince, Executive Director, TeamMates Mentoring Program, 402-323-6252 shince@teammates.org

    Tags: teammates, tom osborne, warren buffett, larry the cable guy

  2. 2011 Mar 29

    Runza® Restaurants to Host Statewide TeamMates Day

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    By DrNaumann

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    On Tuesday, March 29th Runza® Restaurants across Nebraska and Iowa will be donating 10% of all proceeds to the TeamMates Mentoring Program. The effort is part of Runza’s belief that it takes more than food to serve a community.

    “Runza® Restaurants is proud to take an active role in each and every community we serve. More than a responsibility, it’s our privilege to positively impact the lives of our neighbors,” said Becky Perrett, Director of Marketing at Runza® National.

    Seventy-six Runza® locations will be participating in TeamMates Day. “We are so grateful to Runza® for supporting our local chapters across Nebraska and Iowa. TeamMates and Runza® are two organizations founded in Nebraska and we are honored to be able to partner together to support our youth,” said Suzanne Hince, Executive Director of the TeamMates Mentoring Program.

    Founded in 1949, Runza® Restaurants is famous for the Runza® Sandwich with its delicious blend of ground beef, cabbage, onions and secret spices baked inside homemade bread; made-to-order hamburgers; and homemade onion rings. For more information, visit www.runza.com.

    The TeamMates Mentoring Program was founded in 1991 by Tom and Nancy Osborne to provide support and encouragement to school aged youth. TeamMates is serving over 4,000 youth in 115 communities across Nebraska and Iowa. Mentors meet one hour per week at the school to provide support and encouragement to youth.

    To become a mentor go to www.teammates.org or call 1-877-531-8326.

    Tags: teammates, cornhusker football, runza

  3. 2009 Aug 14

    Save the Date: Friday, Oct. 16

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    By DrNaumann

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    If you want to see Dr. Tom Osborne together with Warren Buffet, then save the night before the Texas Tech vs. Nebraska game for an evening TeamMates Tailgate!


    It begins on Friday, October 16, 2009 at 6:00 p.m. at the Embassy Suites in LaVista. Tom and Nancy Osborne will host Warren Buffet for his wit and wisdom. On top of that, you get to see and hear country music star, Vince Gill!


    Tom and Nancy Osborne founded the TeamMates Mentoring Program in 1991 in an effort to provide support and encouragement to school aged youth. The goal of the program is to see youth graduate from high school and pursue post-secondary education. To reach this goal, youth meet one hour per week with a caring adult who serves as a mentor. Mentors are volunteers from the community who have dedicated themselves to making a difference in the life of a young person. Mentors give youth a sense of hope, purpose and vision.


    The TeamMates Mentoring Program currently provides a mentor for over 3,000 youth across Nebraska and Iowa. The goal of TeamMates is to serve 10,000 youth and be nationally recognized as the leading school-based mentoring program by 2015.


    www.teammates.org

    Tags: teammates, mentoring, tom osborne, warren buffet

  4. 2009 Jul 29

    7/29 Podcast: Learning to Love Dallas

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    By HuskerLocker

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    Tags: podcasts, big 12, bill snyder, tom osborne, teammates

  5. 2009 Jul 28

    Osborne Issues 'Coaches Challenge' for TeamMates

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    By HuskerLocker

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    Tom Osborne and Bill Snyder are, once again, competing against each other for recruits.

    TeamMates, a mentoring organization started by Osborne in 1991, started a “Coaches’ Challenge” competition Tuesday against Kansas Mentors, which is led by Snyder. The organizations will add up the mentors each organization signs July 28-Nov. 21, when Nebraska and Kansas State meet on the football field.

    Osborne made the announcement Tuesday at St. Mark’s Church in Lincoln as part of TeamMates’ annual partnership meeting for coordinators of the organization’s 112 chapters in Nebraska and Iowa. Snyder was not on hand; he'll be in Dallas Wednesday for Big 12 Media Days.

    The friendly contest is in its second year, and it started before Osborne signed on as Nebraska’s athletic director and Snyder came out of retirement to coach Kansas State again.

    “Bill and I, at that time, were a couple of old has-beens, unemployed with nothing else to do,” Osborne said.

    Osborne said TeamMates is the underdog because Nebraska has a million fewer people than Kansas and Kansas Mentors encompasses all of the state’s mentor groups. Kansas Mentors got its paws on the trophy last year.

    “This is a new year,” Osborne said. “It’ll be a tremendous effort for us to beat them. But I think we can.”

    The group’s goal is to sign 1,000-1,200 new mentors by the football game. Osborne told the coordinators that it is important for each chapter to hit their goal. Compared to football there is a larger and older recruiting pool, as TeamMates have had mentors in their 80s.

    But the recruits still have to be dedicated.

    Suzanne Hince, the executive director of TeamMates, said the goal of each mentor should be to stay with the mentee until they graduate high school and head to college.

    The 4,000 mentors average 31 months of weekly meetings with their mentee. Some mentors have spent more than eight years guiding a youth.

    The best successes of mentoring programs occur after a lengthy pattern of consistent weekly contact, Hince said. The hour-long meetings take place at the child’s school.

    Another theme of Tuesday’s event was young people’s increasing use of technology. Technology has connected the mentors to their mentees. A short video titled “Mentor Your Mentor” was put together by several mentor/mentee pairs and was played Tuesday. The video is now a recruiting tool on YouTube.

    But the Internet also poses a serious threat for school-aged children. Enter the luncheon’s keynote speaker, Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning, who has taken on national companies like Yahoo and made it a point to push bills through the Legislature that have limited sex offenders’ access to social networking sites.

    “Part of the fun for me is getting bad guys … For whatever reason I feel like a street sweeper or a chimney sweeper,” Bruning said. “It’s like cleaning out your garage; I’m the guy that cleans out the people in the streets who are trying to get your kids.”

    Bruning said his dad was a compassionate mentor who taught him to treat everyone fairly and his mom was the “hard-nosed” kind that pushed him to do well in school.

    “Kids need both types of influences in their lives, and that’s one of the important things about TeamMates,” Bruning said. “Frankly, not all kids are fortunate to have a mom and a dad around.”

    Ann Gradwohl, a Lincoln artist and a TeamMate mentor, started meeting with her mentee when he was in second grade. Their relationship started through a different mentoring organization; when the child entered the fifth grade, the duo switched over to TeamMates. The boy will enter the eighth grade this fall with Gradwohl as his mentor.

    “The child I began mentoring was learning to read. He was doing things one does in the second grade,” she said. “Now he has become an active thinker in the world. We talk about the local environment and the larger world…I believe that college has gone from a very abstract and remote idea to something that is attainable and realistic for him.”

    Tags: tom osborne, teammates, bill snyder

  6. 2009 Jun 07

    Quote of the Day, 6/10

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    By DrNaumann

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    “Friends are like elevator buttons, they either take you up or they take you down.” --Tom Osborne.


    Friends can mentor and guide you through life. To further this concept, Tom and Nancy Osborne founded the TeamMates Mentoring Program in 1991 in an effort to provide support and encouragement to school aged youth. The goal of the program is to see youth graduate from high school and pursue post-secondary education.

    To reach this goal, youth meet one hour per week with a caring adult who serves as a mentor. Mentors are volunteers from the community who have dedicated themselves to making a difference in the life of a young person. Mentors give youth a sense of hope, purpose and vision.


    The TeamMates Mentoring Program currently provides a mentor for over 3,000 youth across Nebraska and Iowa. The goal of TeamMates is to serve 10,000 youth and be nationally recognized as the leading school-based mentoring program by 2015.


    www.teammates.org

    Tags: quote of the day, teammates, tom osborne

  7. 2009 Jan 29

    TeamMates Luncheon: Erase Doubt with Love

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    By SMcKewon

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    (Photo of Tom Osborne and John Cook courtesy of Dan Flanagan)

    He'd already won two national championships and coached some of the best players in the world, but Nebraska volleyball coach John Cook might have enjoyed his 2008 team the most.

    Those Cornhuskers defied every odd - including losing four All-Americans to graduation and two middle blockers last season to injuries - to reach their stated goal of the Final Four in Omaha, where it gave undefeated and unblemished Penn State a great test, producing what some considered the best volleyball match in history.

    The secret to this NU team?

    "They understood that the greatest gift is the gift of giving," Cook said. "Because they gave, they made a great team."

    Cook was the keynote speaker this year's TeamMates Appreciation Luncheon, part of the program's Mentoring for Meaningful Results Leadership Conference.

    New and current mentors from the Omaha area gathered Wednesday at the Tip Top Convention Center for a day-long seminar on a variety of topics built around the luncheon, which TeamMates founder and current NU athletic director Tom Osborne emceed. January is National Mentoring Month.

    NU's team was entering "a rebuilding year by any measure," Osborne said, but Cook and the Huskers never waved from their original goal, creating a map that they continually worked on in practice to signify how far they had come.

    Cook said he knew the team was special because it had won NU's LifeSkills award two years in a row, which recognizes a sport at Nebraska for its development and work in the community.

    They also forged a bond similar to that of the TeamMates mentors and mentees, in which they all quickly learned how to believe in each other. Cook, who joked he was a "mentor to about 22 people" by referring to his squad and coaching staff, said one of last things for any young person to develop is trust one another.

    Mentors face similar challenges in a modern society, he said, in getting a mentee to understand they have a future and dreams to pursue.

    "There's a whole lot of doubt in this world," Cook said. "A whole lot of negativity. Kids don't trust a lot...but when there's a lot of love there's no fear."

    TeamMates mentee Alex Perrault, a senior at Bellevue East High School echoed those comments. Perrault said he had been shy and unsure of himself when he entered the program. Now, as a senior, he intends to pursue a degree in elementary education and often gives TeamMates testimonials

    "It really inspired me to achieve good grades," Alex said.

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    Tags: teammates mentoring program

  8. 2009 Jan 08

    Dr. Tom Osborne's TeamMates Celebrate National Mentoring Month

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    By DrNaumann

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    January is National Mentoring Month, and General Colin Powell leads the national charge in recruiting mentors throughout the country. The theme this year is “Expand your Universe. Mentor a Child,” and his campaign mobilizes community volunteers to help young people achieve their potential.

    As a highlight of National Mentoring Month, Thank Your Mentor Day will be celebrated on January 22. Thank Your Mentor Day promotes "Four Ways to Honor Your Mentor": 1) contact your mentor directly to express your appreciation; 2) pass on what you received by becoming a mentor to a young person in your community; 3) make a financial contribution to a local mentoring program; and, 4) write a tribute to your mentor for posting on www.WhoMentoredYou.org.


    The TeamMates Mentoring Program has set a goal to recruit over 500 new mentors throughout the month of January. There will be an appreciation luncheon for mentors scheduled for January 28th at the TipTop Ballroom in downtown Omaha.


    Nebraska Volleyball Coach John Cook and Athletic Director Tom Osborne will be speaking about mentoring. Anyone interested in advancing the cause of mentoring is welcome. Seats can be reserved by contacting Gayle Norris at gnorris@teammates.org or by calling 1-877-531-TEAM.


    The mission of the TeamMates Mentoring Program is to positively impact the world by inspiring youth to reach their full potential. Volunteers give one hour per week to mentor. To join the team and be a mentor go to www.teammates.org or call 1-877-531-TEAM.


    Suzanne Hince
    Executive Director, TeamMates Mentoring Program
    Tel. 402-323-6255
    E-mail: shince@teammates.org

    Tags: mentoring, tom osborne, teammates, john cook, colin powell

  9. 2009 Jan 07

    Dr. Tom Osborne's TeamMates Celebrates National Mentoring Month

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    By DrNaumann

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    January is National Mentoring Month, and General Colin Powell leads the national charge in recruiting mentors throughout the country. The theme this year is “Expand your Universe. Mentor a Child,” and his campaign mobilizes community volunteers to help young people achieve their potential.

    As a highlight of National Mentoring Month, Thank Your Mentor Day will be celebrated on January 22. Thank Your Mentor Day promotes "Four Ways to Honor Your Mentor": 1) contact your mentor directly to express your appreciation; 2) pass on what you received by becoming a mentor to a young person in your community; 3) make a financial contribution to a local mentoring program; and, 4) write a tribute to your mentor for posting on www.WhoMentoredYou.org.


    The TeamMates Mentoring Program has set a goal to recruit over 500 new mentors throughout the month of January. There will be an appreciation luncheon for mentors scheduled for January 28th at the TipTop Ballroom in downtown Omaha.


    Nebraska Volleyball Coach John Cook and Athletic Director Tom Osborne will be speaking about mentoring. Anyone interested in advancing the cause of mentoring is welcome. Seats can be reserved by contacting Gayle Norris at gnorris@teammates.org or by calling 1-877-531-TEAM.


    The mission of the TeamMates Mentoring Program is to positively impact the world by inspiring youth to reach their full potential. Volunteers give one hour per week to mentor. To join the team and be a mentor go to www.teammates.org or call 1-877-531-TEAM.


    Suzanne Hince
    Executive Director, TeamMates Mentoring Program
    Tel. 402-323-6255
    E-mail: shince@teammates.org

    Tags: mentoring, tom osborne, teammates, john cook, colin powell

  10. 2009 Jan 01

    Dr. Tom Osborne's TeamMates Celebrates National Mentoring Month

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    By DrNaumann

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    January is National Mentoring Month, and General Colin Powell leads the national charge in recruiting mentors throughout the country. The theme this year is “Expand your Universe. Mentor a Child,” and his campaign mobilizes community volunteers to help young people achieve their potential.

    As a highlight of National Mentoring Month, Thank Your Mentor Day will be celebrated on January 22. Thank Your Mentor Day promotes "Four Ways to Honor Your Mentor": 1) contact your mentor directly to express your appreciation; 2) pass on what you received by becoming a mentor to a young person in your community; 3) make a financial contribution to a local mentoring program; and, 4) write a tribute to your mentor for posting on www.WhoMentoredYou.org.


    The TeamMates Mentoring Program has set a goal to recruit over 500 new mentors throughout the month of January. There will be an appreciation luncheon for mentors scheduled for January 28th at the TipTop Ballroom in downtown Omaha.


    Nebraska Volleyball Coach John Cook and Athletic Director Tom Osborne will be speaking about mentoring. Anyone interested in advancing the cause of mentoring is welcome. Seats can be reserved by contacting Gayle Norris at gnorris@teammates.org or by calling 1-877-531-TEAM.


    The mission of the TeamMates Mentoring Program is to positively impact the world by inspiring youth to reach their full potential. Volunteers give one hour per week to mentor. To join the team and be a mentor go to www.teammates.org or call 1-877-531-TEAM.


    Suzanne Hince
    Executive Director, TeamMates Mentoring Program
    Tel. 402-323-6255
    E-mail: shince@teammates.org

    Tags: mentoring, teammates, tom osborne, john cook, colin powell

  11. 2008 Dec 30

    Dr. Tom Osborne's TeamMates Celebrates National Mentor Month

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    By DrNaumann

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    January is National Mentoring Month, and General Colin Powell leads the national charge in recruiting mentors throughout the country. The theme this year is “Expand your Universe. Mentor a Child,” and his campaign mobilizes community volunteers to help young people achieve their potential.

    As a highlight of National Mentoring Month, Thank Your Mentor Day will be celebrated on January 22. Thank Your Mentor Day promotes "Four Ways to Honor Your Mentor": 1) contact your mentor directly to express your appreciation; 2) pass on what you received by becoming a mentor to a young person in your community; 3) make a financial contribution to a local mentoring program; and, 4) write a tribute to your mentor for posting on www.WhoMentoredYou.org.


    The TeamMates Mentoring Program has set a goal to recruit over 500 new mentors throughout the month of January. There will be an appreciation luncheon for mentors scheduled for January 28th at the TipTop Ballroom in downtown Omaha.


    Nebraska Volleyball Coach John Cook and Athletic Director Tom Osborne will be speaking about mentoring. Anyone interested in advancing the cause of mentoring is welcome. Seats can be reserved by contacting Gayle Norris at gnorris@teammates.org or by calling 1-877-531-TEAM.


    The mission of the TeamMates Mentoring Program is to positively impact the world by inspiring youth to reach their full potential. Volunteers give one hour per week to mentor. To join the team and be a mentor go to www.teammates.org or call 1-877-531-TEAM.


    Suzanne Hince
    Executive Director, TeamMates Mentoring Program
    Tel. 402-323-6255
    E-mail: shince@teammates.org

    Tags: mentor, teammates, tom osborne, john cook, colin powell

  12. 2008 Dec 28

    Tom Osborne's TeamMates Celebrates National Mentoring Month

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    By DrNaumann

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    January is National Mentoring Month, and General Colin Powell leads the national charge in recruiting mentors throughout the country. The theme this year is “Expand your Universe. Mentor a Child,” and his campaign mobilizes community volunteers to help young people achieve their potential.

    As a highlight of National Mentoring Month, Thank Your Mentor Day will be celebrated on January 22. Thank Your Mentor Day promotes "Four Ways to Honor Your Mentor": 1) contact your mentor directly to express your appreciation; 2) pass on what you received by becoming a mentor to a young person in your community; 3) make a financial contribution to a local mentoring program; and, 4) write a tribute to your mentor for posting on www.WhoMentoredYou.org.


    The TeamMates Mentoring Program has set a goal to recruit over 500 new mentors throughout the month of January. There will be an appreciation luncheon for mentors scheduled for January 28th at the TipTop Ballroom in downtown Omaha.


    Nebraska Volleyball Coach John Cook and Athletic Director Tom Osborne will be speaking about mentoring. Anyone interested in advancing the cause of mentoring is welcome. Seats can be reserved by contacting Gayle Norris at gnorris@teammates.org or by calling 1-877-531-TEAM.


    The mission of the TeamMates Mentoring Program is to positively impact the world by inspiring youth to reach their full potential. Volunteers give one hour per week to mentor. To join the team and be a mentor go to www.teammates.org or call 1-877-531-TEAM.


    Suzanne Hince
    Executive Director, TeamMates Mentoring Program
    Tel. 402-323-6255
    E-mail: shince@teammates.org

    Tags: mentoring, teammates, tom osborne, john cook, colin powell

  13. 2008 Dec 26

    Tom Osborne's TeamMates Celebrates National Mentoring Month

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    By DrNaumann

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    January is National Mentoring Month, and General Colin Powell leads the national charge in recruiting mentors throughout the country. The theme this year is “Expand your Universe. Mentor a Child,” and his campaign mobilizes community volunteers to help young people achieve their potential.

    As a highlight of National Mentoring Month, Thank Your Mentor Day will be celebrated on January 22. Thank Your Mentor Day promotes "Four Ways to Honor Your Mentor": 1) contact your mentor directly to express your appreciation; 2) pass on what you received by becoming a mentor to a young person in your community; 3) make a financial contribution to a local mentoring program; and, 4) write a tribute to your mentor for posting on www.WhoMentoredYou.org.


    The TeamMates Mentoring Program has set a goal to recruit over 500 new mentors throughout the month of January. There will be an appreciation luncheon for mentors scheduled for January 28th at the TipTop Ballroom in downtown Omaha.


    Nebraska Volleyball Coach John Cook and Athletic Director Tom Osborne will be speaking about mentoring. Anyone interested in advancing the cause of mentoring is welcome. Seats can be reserved by contacting Gayle Norris at gnorris@teammates.org or by calling 1-877-531-TEAM.


    The mission of the TeamMates Mentoring Program is to positively impact the world by inspiring youth to reach their full potential. Volunteers give one hour per week to mentor. To join the team and be a mentor go to www.teammates.org or call 1-877-531-TEAM.


    Suzanne Hince
    Executive Director, TeamMates Mentoring Program
    Tel. 402-323-6255
    E-mail: shince@teammates.org

    Tags: mentoring, teammates, tom osborne, john cook, colin powell

  14. 2008 Dec 21

    Tom Osborne's TeamMates Celebrates National Mentoring Month

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    By SMcKewon

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    January is National Mentoring Month, and General Colin Powell leads the national charge in recruiting mentors throughout the country. The theme this year is “Expand your Universe. Mentor a Child,” and his campaign mobilizes community volunteers to help young people achieve their potential.

    As a highlight of National Mentoring Month, Thank Your Mentor Day will be celebrated on January 22. Thank Your Mentor Day promotes "Four Ways to Honor Your Mentor": 1) contact your mentor directly to express your appreciation; 2) pass on what you received by becoming a mentor to a young person in your community; 3) make a financial contribution to a local mentoring program; and, 4) write a tribute to your mentor for posting on www.WhoMentoredYou.org.

    The TeamMates Mentoring Program has set a goal to recruit over 500 new mentors throughout the month of January. There will be an appreciation luncheon for mentors scheduled for January 28th at the TipTop Ballroom in downtown Omaha.

    Nebraska Volleyball Coach John Cook and Athletic Director Tom Osborne will be speaking about mentoring. Anyone interested in advancing the cause of mentoring is welcome. Seats can be reserved by contacting Gayle Norris at gnorris@teammates.org or by calling 1-877-531-TEAM.

    The mission of the TeamMates Mentoring Program is to positively impact the world by inspiring youth to reach their full potential. Volunteers give one hour per week to mentor. To join the team and be a mentor go to www.teammates.org or call 1-877-531-TEAM.

    Suzanne Hince
    Executive Director, TeamMates Mentoring Program
    Tel. 402-323-6255
    E-mail: shince@teammates.org

    Tags: teammates mentoring program

  15. 2008 Dec 19

    Tom Osborne's TeamMates Celebrates National Mentoring Month

    586 views

    By DrNaumann

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    January is National Mentoring Month, and General Colin Powell leads the national charge in recruiting mentors throughout the country. The theme this year is “Expand your Universe. Mentor a Child,” and his campaign mobilizes community volunteers to help young people achieve their potential.

    As a highlight of National Mentoring Month, Thank Your Mentor Day will be celebrated on January 22. Thank Your Mentor Day promotes "Four Ways to Honor Your Mentor": 1) contact your mentor directly to express your appreciation; 2) pass on what you received by becoming a mentor to a young person in your community; 3) make a financial contribution to a local mentoring program; and, 4) write a tribute to your mentor for posting on www.WhoMentoredYou.org.

    The TeamMates Mentoring Program has set a goal to recruit over 500 new mentors throughout the month of January. There will be an appreciation luncheon for mentors scheduled for January 28th at the TipTop Ballroom in downtown Omaha.

    Nebraska Volleyball Coach John Cook and Athletic Director Tom Osborne will be speaking about mentoring. Anyone interested in advancing the cause of mentoring is welcome. Seats can be reserved by contacting Gayle Norris at gnorris@teammates.org or by calling 1-877-531-TEAM.

    The mission of the TeamMates Mentoring Program is to positively impact the world by inspiring youth to reach their full potential. Volunteers give one hour per week to mentor. To join the team and be a mentor go to www.teammates.org or call 1-877-531-TEAM.

    Suzanne Hince
    Executive Director, TeamMates Mentoring Program
    Tel. 402-323-6255
    E-mail: shince@teammates.org

    Tags: mentoring, teammates, tom osborne, john cook, colin powell

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