America Learns, LLC to Present at the 25th Tutor/Mentor Leadership and Networking Conference

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America Learns, LLC's founder and CEO will be present at this week's Tutor/Mentor Leadership and Networking Conference at the Northwestern University Law School.

America Learns, LLC, the leader in helping nonprofit reading tutoring and mentoring programs provide superior support to their students, tutors, mentors and staff, today announced that its founder and Chief Executive Officer, Gary Kosman, will present at the 25th Tutor/Mentor Leadership and Networking Conference on May 25th at the Northwestern University Law School.

The America Learns presentation is scheduled for Thursday, May 25, 2006 at 9:15 a.m. Central Time. Mr. Kosman will present specific solutions nonprofits can immediately use to effectively monitor, evaluate and support their volunteers with limited management. Attendees of the America Learns presentation will also receive a special sneak preview of the Fall 2006 version of the America Learns Network – the only Web based network that simultaneously reduces evaluation and reporting workloads while providing personalized support to tutors and mentors every week.

"The Tutor/Mentor Leadership and Networking Conference represents a wonderful opportunity for tutoring and mentoring programs to evaluate and strengthen their own volunteer tracking, training and support efforts,” said Mr. Kosman. “I’m looking forward to spending the Conference sharing America Learns' innovative work in this field while learning from others about other new and proven practices in the field.”

About America Learns, LLC (America Learns):

America Learns is the leader in helping nonprofit reading tutoring and mentoring programs provide superior support to their students, tutors, mentors and staff. America Learns’ primary service is the National Performance Measurement & Support Network (the “Network”), an easy to use, cost effective Web-based service that helps organizations streamline their reporting and evaluation efforts, build institutional memory, and provide personalized lesson planning and interpersonal skills support to tutors and mentors. Network members include City Year Chicago, America Reads – Mississippi, Dwight Hall at Yale, and the Cal Corps Public Service Center at UC Berkeley among others. In 2003, Echoing Green, the social venture capital organization that financially backed organizations including Jumpstart, City Year, Teach for America, College Summit and Citizen Schools, awarded two years of seed funding to America Learns out of an applicant pool of nearly 1,000 applicants worldwide. Additional information is available by calling 310-689-0542 or visiting http://www.americalearns.net.

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