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About iMentor
The following is an overview of iMentor. Mission The Challenge iMentor Model Our Mentors and Mentees Growth Impact and Recognition Next 5 Years Sharing the information Mission iMentor facilitates mentoring relationsh...
About iMentor's work
This whiteboard video will introduce you to iMentor's mission and how we make sure all students have what they need to achieve their ambitions. ...
What non-cognitive skills does the iMentor program develop?
1. Social Capital Skills Mentees increase their comfort and ability to work successfully with people of different backgrounds and experiences. Mentees are aware of their own motives and feelings, as well as those of other people. Mentees are ab...
Understanding the Curriculum
Our research-based curriculum guides mentor-mentee interaction toward four goals for iMentor's high school participants: Develop strong personal relationships that position mentors to help students navigate unexpected ch...
Fact Sheet
iMentor's Fact Sheet is a useful document to introduce someone to iMentor's work for the first time. You might consider attaching the Fact Sheet to an email that also includes iMentor's Whiteboard Video or the About iMentor documen...
Impact Summary
Since its founding in 1999, iMentor has matched more than 13,000 students with mentors. During the 2013-2014 school year, iMentor partnered with 16 high schools and matched 2,833 mentee-mentor pairs in New York City. iMentor measures the impac...
Theory of Change
Our Theory of Change articulates our strategic goals over the next five years and how they connect to our ultimate outcome. Theory of Change is essentially a comprehensive description and illustration of how and why a desired change is expected t...
Core Metrics - an overview of the iMentor program model
Why Core Metrics? Our goal in developing Core Metrics is to be as transparent as possible about what we do, what we hope to achieve, and how we measure everything along the way. Core Metrics provide us with the ability to assess program quality...
How surveys help to improve our program
Why Surveys? Surveys are the primary source of data collection at iMentor. One of the benefits of using surveys as a tool for data collection is that we are able to gather information from over 5,000 program participants. This would not be feas...
Mentor job description
iMentor provides youth in underserved communities with mentors who help them develop the leadership, career, and social skills that they need to graduate high school college-ready and succeed in college.  iMentor’s curriculum ...
President Obama recognizes iMentor at White House Summit
At the Expanding College Opportunity summit, President Obama announced iMentor's commitment to match 20,000 new students with mentors in more than 20 states over the next five years. iMentor CEO Mike O'Brien was among an elite group of educa...
iMentor Annual Report
Check out iMentor's Annual Report by clicking on the image below. ...