Rachel, Aged 16, Needs Parents

  • Educational Mentorship Program , Foster Parent Recruitment
  • May 23, 2018
If you have a foster care license and would like to parent a 16 year old girl please fill out our Inquiry Form below.  Rachel is transgender and needs parents who are accepting.  She is also in need of parents who will champion her through school.  Single mothers, married couples, and same gender couples are
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Mentor Children in Foster Care – Enroll Now – Chicago and Northern Illinois

  • Educational Mentorship Program , Latest News , Press
  • February 7, 2018
Join our exclusive team of Mentors and Educational Mentors at Let It Be Us. We serve the older children within the Illinois foster care system as well as those children living in foster care group homes. We focus on the children who are older and who most likely will never be adopted. Our goals are
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Recruiting Mentors for Boys in Foster Care Group Home

  • Educational Mentorship Program
  • October 22, 2017
Let It Be Us is recruiting 7 new Mentors to join our Mentorship Program which will serve our newly adopted foster care group home in Waukegan, Illinois.
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Let It Be Us Interviews Denise Tenyer, Mentor to a Young Adult Living in Foster Care and On His Own

  • Educational Mentorship Program
  • September 26, 2017
Denise Tenyer is a proud mother of three grown children and a thrilled grandmother of four.  She is a State of Illinois certified teacher who owns Learning Trek Academy, a Barrington based reading readiness-early literacy academy for young children ages 3 and older.  Her interest and involvement with volunteerism and advocacy has taken her into
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Be an Educational Mentor – High School Degrees are Important

  • Educational Mentorship Program , Latest News
  • August 15, 2015
  50% of children in Illinois the foster care system leave without a high school degree, the result of disrupted educations caused by multiple moves between foster homes and group homes. In the U.S. we see a high school degree as basic and the beginning of an education that will sustain us and support us
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