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Eye to Eye Training

Ariel Jacobson ’15 is eyeing you for Eye to Eye and, eye, there will be pizza. Eye would go if eye were you.

Do you have ADHD or a Learning Disability (Dyslexia, processing disorders, etc)? Then join Eye to Eye! Our training is this Wednesday, October 17th at 3:00 in 41 Wyllys Room 113. There will be so much pizza you won’t believe your eyes (to eyes). COME COME COME!

Eye to Eye is the only national mentoring movement that pairs kids with ADHD and learning disabilities like dyslexia with college students who have been similarly labeled. Using an arts-based curriculum, Eye to Eye mentors help their mentees understand what it means to be a different thinker: to value their own unique minds by building their self- esteem and giving them the skills to become self-advocates.

Date: Wednesday, October 17
Time: 3:00 pm
Place: 41 Wyllys, Room 113
Pizza: Yes.

Eye to Eye Spin Art

From Ariel Jacobson ’15:

Do you just love 90s art projects? If so, come down to Usdan and make some awesome spin art with Eye to Eye! There will be food and you can show off your spin art skills.

Eye to Eye is the only national mentoring movement that pairs kids with ADHD and learning disabilities like dyslexia with college students who have been similarly labeled. Using an arts-based curriculum, Eye to Eye mentors help their mentees understand what it means to be a different thinker: to value their own unique minds by building their self-esteem and giving them the skills to become self-advocates.

Date: Tomorrow, October 10
Time: 2 pm – 3:30 pm
Place: Usdan First Floor

Eye to Eye Information Meeting

Eye to Eye will be having an information meeting tonight. More from Ariel Jacobson ’15 and Emily Moody ’15:

Do you have a learning disability or ADHD? Do you have an hour a week to mentor a child? Then you should check out Eye to Eye!

Eye to Eye is the only national mentoring program pairing kids with learning disabilities (LD) and ADHD with similarly labeled college
students. Using a weekly art-based curriculum, our mentors help kids with LD/ADHD to value their own unique minds, build their self-esteem, and give them skills to become self-advocates. No artistic skill is required, just enthusiasm.

Project Eye to Eye Info Session

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Important message from Julie Platt ’12 from Project-Eye-To-Eye:

Do you want to be a part of Something New and Exciting at Wesleyan?

Do you want to do art and crafts where you get to be a SUPERHERO?

Do you want to Help Mentor KIDS who have Learning Disabilities or ADHD?

If the answer is YES, then we want you to become a mentor withProject Eye-To-Eye!

Come To An Info Session:

When: 6 to 7PM Wednesday, October 5th
Where: Usdan 110
Snacks PROVIDED Project Eye-To-Eye is the only national mentoring program pairing kids with LD/ADHD college students.  Using an art-based curriculum, we help children with LD/ADHD to value their own unique minds, build their self-esteem, and give them the skills to become self-advocates. All are welcome. Questions: email Wesleyanprojecteyetoeye(at)gmail(dot)com