Talented people who come together to invest their time, energy, and resources for kids can do great things in any community.
As the owner and founder of 3 Seeds mentoring group, I understand first hand the value of partnerships. Our entire community depends on a successful educational system. This makes education everyone’s business, and I’m sure we can find ways to match your business goals with our mentoring program needs.
Here at 3 seeds, we sit down with interested business partners and craft relevant hands on activities based on your resources and our needs. These simulations are designed to be mutually beneficial and easy to implement. With your help we hope to create an experience that better prepares our students for life beyond their high school diploma.
Are you willing to set aside 30 minutes to have a conversation about your business that can potentially change the course of a student’s life forever? I am sure we can figure out some great ways we can work together throughout the school year if you are interested. Please let me know when would be convenient to do so by sending me an email at email@example.com
Thanks again for your time and I look forward to hearing back from you soon!
P.S. In case you want to learn more about how partnering can potentially work for you and your company, I found a story online that has a couple of really good examples.
Click here to check out the article at educationworld.com
School-Business Partnerships That Work: Success Stories from Schools of All Sizes
Schools and businesses are working together to benefit students, teachers, and entire communities. Successful partnerships can be found across the grades, in schools large and small.
In Cincinnati, Ohio, a special business partnership with Cincinnati Bell has transformed Robert A. Taft High School into the Taft Information Technology High School.
At Doctors Inlet Elementary School in Middleburg, Florida, U.S. Navy personnel from the VP-62 Squadron in Jacksonville, Florida, drop by every Thursday afternoon to assist students in grades 4 to 6 and to support the school’s Math Club.
Ed World’s P-Files Team
In Elgin, Illinois, Books at Sunset, a small, locally owned bookstore, sponsored a special “Kids Love a Mystery Night” for every student at Harriet Gifford Elementary School who read a mystery during Kids Love a Mystery Month.
At Mountain Home Junior High School in Mountain Home, Idaho, a local business supplies award certificates to students caught doing good things.
At Doctors Inlet Elementary School in Middleburg, Florida, the school’s newest business sponsor, BJ’s Wholesale Club, sponsors faculty meeting snacks and provides incentives such as pizza or ice cream for grade levels that do something “outstanding.”