Everybody Wins! DC News & Event Archives for 2011

Reading mentorship program helps young students (opens in new tab/window)

By EW!DC / Published: 12/15/2011




Get Ready for the Holidays with EW!DC and Baked by Yael

By EW!DC / Published: 12/14/2011

We are very excited to announce a new partnership just in time for your holiday shopping!  Everybody Wins! DC is partnering with a local bakery business, Baked by Yael.  The owner of Baked by Yael, Yael Krigman is a longtime EW!DC supporter and reading mentor in the Power Lunch Program.

 

 

 



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2012 Friedman Award

By EW!DC / Published: 12/12/2011

EW!DC proudly announces the 2012 Friedman Award competition, recognizing an outstanding Reading Mentor in the Power Lunch program.



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New Research Highlights Positive Impacts of Mentoring

By EW!DC / Published: 12/02/2011

According to research released in November 2011 from MENTOR The National Mentoring Partnership, students in a mentoring relationship will experience the following positive benefits:



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5th Annual Lawyers for Literacy Trivia Challenge

By EW!DC / Published: 11/29/2011

The scorecards go in, and the smartphones come out.  For the participants of Everybody Wins! DC’s Annual Lawyers for Literacy Trivia Challenge, the suspense of waiting to hear the correct answers was too much to bear.  After each round, phone screens glowed around the room as teams hurried to calculate their scores for themselves, breathing a sigh of relief for each correct answer.

 

 



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