T H I N K TOGETHER Reviews
THINK Together is a phenomenal organization that is redefining after-school programs in Southern California. They are not an after-school program that will baby-sit your children, but instead will provide additional hours of tutoring and mentoring in order to help your child succeed in school. THINK Together is partnering with more and more schools each year and is expanding their services at an outstanding rate due to their proven track record in improving test scores at their partner schools. Further, with schools continually facing budget cuts and being required to do more with less, THINK Together uses state funded grants as we as private donations to educate and improve the lives in the next generation of after-school students.
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I've personally experienced the results of this organization in various ways. I have met many students who have been impacted by THINK Together's programs in a positive way. The students I've met have hope in their eyes and the fire to exceed. Further, the THINK Together staff are all wonderful folks to work with. They truly have the students best interest at heart and THINK is truly and infectious organization.
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The problem is that our public school system needs help. THINK Together serves that need and provides the extra tutoring and mentoring that schools today need.
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I've made several donations over the past few years.
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I tell others that THINK Together is an invaluable partner to our public school system. They help improve test scores in schools and a donation to this organization will be used to impact the life of a student who may not have a chance otherwise.
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