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Welcome to the Tulane University Chapter of Eye to Eye National!

Unlock greatness in the 1 in 5 people who learn differently. That's Eye to Eye's vision, as the only national organization run by and for people with learning differences such as dyslexia and ADHD.

The Goldman Center for Student Accessibility at Tulane sponsors this Eye to Eye National chapter. Our mentors (Tulane students) work with children at Lusher Charter School who have learning differences, every Tuesday from 3:45 PM - 4:45 PM.

If you would like to learn more, please click here or read about becoming a mentor below!

Art Room

Everyone knows the old saying—a picture is worth a thousand words. But to a young student struggling with his or her LD / ADHD label, unlocking the expressive power of artwork—painting, sculpture, design, multimedia, and more—can change everything.

The Eye to Eye art room is a safe place for both Mentors and Mentees to learn about themselves and to know they are not alone. For many, this is one of the few places where they feel recognized, heard, and understood as unique individuals. In short, Mentees and Mentors finally feel like they belong.

The art room provides not only a safe place for Mentees and Mentors, but also a great place to have fun. Working alongside Mentors through the Eye to Eye art-based curriculum, Mentees discover their potential in their own unique way and on their own timetable.

Become a Mentor!

If you are a student at Tulane University and you have a learning difference or ADHD as a primary diagnosis, you can sign up to be an Eye to Eye Mentor! Fill out the online Mentor form or direct message us on OrgSync and an Eye to Eye team member will be in touch with you about next steps!

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Eye to Eye is the only national mentoring movement that pairs children with ADHD and other learning differences like dyslexia with college students who have similarly self-identified.

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.


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