Local Author to be Featured at FLOC’s Book Festival
(Natalie Torentinos is FLOC’s Recruitment and Outreach Assistant. She is currently serving as an AmeriCorps VISTA member.)
As Technology Advances, Students Still Need Good Teachers
(Catherine Jacques is FLOC’s Curriculum Specialist and serves as Site Supervisor for the Tuesday Night Reading program.)
Scholars Students Present Visions of Change
(Justin Scott is a Program Instructor for the Scholars Program. He is serving with FLOC as an AmeriCorps VISTA member.)
How Being a Tutor Improved My Education
(Rachel Lerman, formerly the Associate Director of Marketing and Development for the CityBridge Foundation, serves as one of FLOC’s board members. This article was first published in The Huffington Post in June of 2009.)
A Tutor’s Perspective: “It is a life-changing experience”
(Catherine Fisher is entering her second year of tutoring with For Love of Children. She currently tutors in the Thursday Night Math program and volunteered to blog about her experiences.)
Johnathan’s View – “A true educator looks for models of leadership”
(Johnathan Speer is a rising Senior at the University of Alabama. He spent his summer working with For Love of Children, through our partnership with The Washington Center’s Internship program
Kristina’s view – “Service is a huge part of my life.”
Kristina Stone has just completed a year of service through her participation in the Lutheran Volunteer Corps and its partnership with For Love of Children.
“In short, we teach, we empower, and we transform.”
The following is a transcript from a speech given by Tim Payne, FLOC’s Executive Director at the 2010 Fundraising Breakfast.
“Again, good morning and welcome — and if you weren’t here for the opening remarks, I’m Tim Payne, executive director of FLOC. Thank you for joining us.
For Love of Children’s Volunteers Amaze Me!
Last month, I had the opportunity to speak at For Love of Children’s annual Recognition event, which recognizes the outstanding achievements of our students.
Scholars Begins Program!
This post was written by Maria Abasi the Senior Program Coordinator for the Scholars program at For Love of Children.