Tandem Mentorship Podcast
Eau Claire Hometown Media and Tandem Mentorship are excited to partner on a podcast unique to the Chippewa Valley. Meet the individuals who benefit from this wonderful organization and learn about the volunteers who make it happen.
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On the series finale of the Tandem Mentorship podcast, board member Jacob Bilicke sits down with Breanna and Charity to discuss his role and how the program has impacted him.
Ashley and Brenna clue us in on what is coming up this summer!
This organization has big plans which are very exciting!
Ashley and Charity fill us in on what is cooking. We hear about their lofty goals for the next five years and are introduced to Breanna, a new staff member.
As always, if you are interested in helping out with Tandem they'd love to hear from you.
We meet another mentor/mentee pairing on this episode. Find out why they both got involved, how the passing of her mother led Breanna to being a mentor, Alexay's passion for drawing and much more!
Jordan from Peace Church is the guest as he discusses their involvement with Tandem Mentorship. Including why Peace Church partners and endorses Tandem and what their congregation gets from it. Jordan also tells us more about Peace Church and why working with kids can be so beneficial and rewarding.
Charity, from Tandem Mentorship, also adds why these partnerships are so important and ways you or your business can partner with them.
We meet Rosella and Kahmara, another mentor/mentee relationship. We learn why they participate in the program (including why Rosella does it while also having kids of her own). We also learn what they get out of this and what they hope to still take from the program.
On the debut episode, we learn more about this organization and what it is accomplishing in the area. Co-Directors Ashley and Charity take us through everything.
- Why start a non-profit in the first place?
- The three areas of focus
- Examples of what happens between mentors and mentees
- What does it mean to be "faith-based"?
- Revenue sources
- The sense of purpose everyone gets out of this.