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One hour of mentoring can change a child’s life and instill a sense of wellbeing. Join the Chamber and Dewey F. Bartlett Jr., Tulsa mayor, as Tulsa’s leading mentoring groups showcase their personal successes and detail how anyone — or any company — can make a difference in a life through mentoring.
Mentoring opportunities range from sessions with at-risk youth to arranged tours of businesses and employee shadowing. Groups presenting: Skills USA, 3D Elite Student Athletes, AT&T and Junior Achievement, 100 Black Men of Tulsa and Youth Services of Tulsa.
The Honorable Dewey Bartlett and First Lady Victoria Bartlett
100 Black Men of Tulsa/Youth Services of Tulsa:
Senator Jabar Shumate
Representative Kevin Matthews
Eddie Evans, Youth Services of Tulsa
AT&T/ Junior Achievement:
Kathy Privett- Customer Service Team Manager
Belynda Clanton- Junior Achievement, Vice President of Programs
3D Elite Student Athletes:
Det. Matthias Wicks- Tulsa Police Department
Richard Stewart, Instructor Tulsa Tech
When & Where
Tulsa Regional Chamber
The Tulsa Regional Chamber hosts a variety of forums to share information on a variety of subjects that affect economic development. Many forums are free and most are held at the Tulsa Chamber offices. Subjects include education, HR, health care, small business and more. Not all event RSVPs are tracked using Eventbrite; for a full list of Chamber events click here.
For more information about the education programs at the Tulsa Regional Chamber contact education manager, Kuma Browne, at email@example.com or 918.560.0218.
*Partners In Education is a partnership program between Tulsa Public Schools and the Tulsa Regional Chamber. Hundreds of Tulsa companies and organizations partner with TPS sites to offer valuable benefits to Tulsa students. Partnerships can benefit from volunteers in the classroom (reading buddies, testing monitors and lunch buddies) as well as donations such as uniforms, school supplies, snacks and financial donations.