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October 30, 2012

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October 30, 2012

"I think Project Vision is a superb tutoring program that teaches, encourages and helps us to grow academically as a student and as a person. A great experience that I had at Project Vision is when I first came to Project Vision. Everyone welcomed me, treated me kindly and always willing to help me. In my opinion, the best thing about Project Vision is the tutoring. The tutors don't stop until they believe they have fully helped the student to understand a concept or skill." - VICTORIA, 13, 8th grade --------------- "I think Project Vision is fun. Tutors taught us that education is more important than playing. Like time can buy you gold, but gold can't buy time. I remember I took my friend Lauren to the Minute to Win It game. We may have lost but we had tons to laugh about on Monday. The best thing about Project Vision is the lively environment. When learning new things the tutors don't make it boring, but fun! Overtime the tutors become your friends." - SELINA, 13, 8th grade --------------- "The reason why Project Vision should win the 2012 Top Rated awards is because all the tutors are friendly. Also they check your homework and tell you why it is wrong. They also help you get ready for a quiz. A couple of days ago a tutors name Vicky help [me] get ready [for] a test. When I took the test I got a 90%." - DAN PING, 11, 6th grade --------------- "I think Project Vision is very helpful and sometimes fun. It's a free, nonprofit organization that helps kids like me." - TIMOTHY, 12, 7th grade

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A lot

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Definitely

How do you feel you were treated by this organization?

Very Well

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2012

October 30, 2012

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October 30, 2012

During high school, I was a student at Project: VISION for homework tutoring and ACT prep, which help raised my score by two points. Having graduated college I am back with Project:VISION, now on the development side, working with the new generation of students in whom I see limitless potential and working as part of Project: VISION to cultivate that potential. Many students are from low-income immigrant families and Project: VISION helps bridge the cultural gap and language barrier to provide the one-on-one attention that may be missing in Chicago public schools. Through regular one-on-one tutoring and meeting with students, we have conversations about course material that encourages critical thinking and full comprehension. We work on developing the necessary academic skills that would allow students to plan ahead and hone in on individual strengths and weaknesses with regular enrichment activities to ensure the students keep up in class and have a jump-start advantage on new material. Through weekend programs and service learning projects, students have an opportunity to give back to the community and raise awareness on important social issues while developing important leadership skills. Project: VISION has a strong emphasis on excellence and quality as seen by the outstanding background of our tutors and the goals we set with each of our students. Project: VISION is a growing force in the Bridgeport/Chinatown communities of Chicago over the years I have been with this organization and is continuously expanding.

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Life-changing

How likely are you to recommend this organization to a friend?

Definitely

How do you feel you were treated by this organization?

Very Well

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2012

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