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Learn how you can become a part of the imentor community

There are so many great ways for individuals, corporations, schools and community-based organizations to get involved with iMentor. You can sign up to become a mentor, support iMentor's programming by donating online, bring iMentor to your company or school, consider joining the iMentor staff or our Young Executive Board, take part in our Team iMentor Challenge, or feature iMentor in the press.

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iMentor relies on our network of dedicated supporters to help change lives. Every dollar raised allows iMentor to build high-impact mentoring relationships. Consider making a donation today. iMentor offers a rewarding volunteer experience that allows each mentor to have a meaningful and lasting impact on the life of a high school student. Sign up to become a mentor today. iMentor forms deep partnerships with NYC public high schools. This year, iMentor is partnering with fourteen schools across the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan.
Organizations across the country are enhancing their mentoring programs through iMi. Learn about this powerful solution. iMentor partners with corporations dedicated to making a difference in their communities. Discover how these corporations are making an impact. iMentor’s team has a range of experience in education, youth development, technology, business and non-profit management.

The Young Executive Board is a group of dedicated mentors who volunteer to assist iMentor with key strategic areas including mentor recruitment, fundraising events, corporate outreach, and visibility. Every year, iMentor launches its Team iMentor Challenge. Mentors raise crucial funds from their networks and spread the word about iMentor. iMentor has been featured on NBC, NY1, the New York Times, and Newsweek. There are so many great stories to tell. Consider featuring iMentor in the News.

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