Eye-to-Eye is a national program that matches high school and college students with learning disabilities (mentors) with elementary, middle, and high school students with learning disabilities in mentor-mentee relationships.  Its purpose is for the mentees to gain skills and have a greater understanding of their learning differences; mentees will have increased self-advocacy, increased meta-cognitive skills, and increased understanding and use of asset-based learning strategies. These increases in skills and understanding will in turn improve student outcomes such as achievement.

2016-17 Wyoming Eye-to-Eye Chapters:

  • Laramie County Community College and Laramie County School District#1 (Cheyenne)
  • University of Wyoming and Albany County School District#1 (Laramie)
  • Western Wyoming Community College and Sweetwater County School District#1 (Rock Springs)

First Eye-to-Eye Chapter in Wyoming (currently inactive):

  • Casper College and Natrona County School District #1 (Casper)

Learn more about the Eye-to-Eye program.