Eye to Eye Mentoring Program

Once a week students from your local community with learning and attention issues, like dyslexia and ADHD, experience a proven, social-emotional curriculum. Students learn skills of self-advocacy, metacognition, and grit. This program is brought to your neighborhood by Eye to Eye — a national mentoring and advocacy organization run by and for people with learning differences.

Attendees will experience:


  • A free after-school program for students in 5th to 8th grade with learning and attention differences, like Dyslexia and ADHD at University of Nevada, Reno!

  • Students work together to create projects featuring Eye to Eye’s social-emotional learning curriculum.

  • Projects run by trained Chapter Leaders who lead their students through a proven social-emotional learning curriculum teaching vital skills such as metacognition and self-advocacy.

  • Meet members of the Eye to Eye community: a network of local parents is now available at your fingertips.

Wednesday, December 19, 2018 at 5:00pm to 6:00pm

Rotunda of the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center

Event Type

Clubs and Organizations, Civic and Service Engagement, Community Outreach





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Rita Perkins

Rita Perkins 3/20/2019

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