Partner Organizations

Meet our Partners

iMentor partners with organizations across the country to provide them with the technology, curriculum, and ongoing support they need to implement their own high-impact mentoring programs. Leveraging the best practices developed through iMentor’s direct service program in New York City, these partner organizations are able to help youth in communities across the country graduate high school college ready, succeed in college, and pursue their personal and career goals.  

iMentor currently partners with 11 organizations. Read more about some of our partners below. Interested in becoming an iMi partner? Find out how!

Featured Partner Organizations

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Big Brothers Big Sisters Central New Mexico (BBBS Central New Mexico)

Location
Albuquerque, New Mexico

BBBS Central New Mexico has partnered with iMi to launch mentor2.0 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The program is Big Brothers Big Sisters’ technology-enriched one-to-one youth mentoring program directly targeting high school students. Through partnerships between Big Brothers Big Sisters, schools, companies and individuals, mentor2.0 will support high-impact mentoring relationships, aimed at providing high school students with the support and guidance they need to graduate high school and succeed in college and the workforce.

The program offers mentees a 1:1 match starting in their freshman year of high school and lasting through high school graduation. Mentees will participate in weekly sessions lead by mentor2.0 staff and attend in-person events with their mentors every month.

Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star (BBBS Lone Star)

Location
Dallas & Houston, Texas

Big Brothers Big Sisters has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is the ability to succeed and thrive in life. As the nation’s largest donor and volunteer supported mentoring network, Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”) in communities across the country. BBBS Lone Star has partnered with iMi to launch mentor2.0. The program is Big Brothers Big Sisters’ technology-enriched one-to-one youth mentoring program directly targeting high school students. Through partnerships between Big Brothers Big Sisters, schools, companies and individuals, mentor2.0 will support high-impact mentoring relationships, aimed at providing high school students with the support and guidance they need to graduate high school and succeed in college and the workforce.

The program offers mentees a 1:1 match starting in either their freshman year of high school and lasting through high school graduation, or starting in their junior year of high school and lasting through the first year of college. Mentees participate in weekly sessions lead by mentor2.0 program specialists and attend in-person events with their mentors every 6 weeks.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Charlotte

Location
Charlotte, North Carolina

BBBS of Charlotte has partnered with iMi to launch mentor2.0 at Harding University High School in Charlotte, NC. mentor2.0 is a Big Brothers Big Sisters program developed in partnership with iMentor that brings technology-enriched, one-to-one mentoring to high school students. Through collaboration with schools, companies, and individuals, mentor2.0 provides high-impact mentoring relationships aimed at giving high school students the support and guidance they need to graduate high school and succeed in college and life.

The program offers mentees a 1:1 match starting in their freshman year of high school and lasting through high school graduation. Mentees will participate in weekly sessions led by mentor2.0 staff and attend in-person events with their mentors every month

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh

Location
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

BBBS of Pittsburgh has partnered with iMi to launch mentor2.0 at Brashear High School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. mentor2.0 is a Big Brothers Big Sisters program developed in partnership with iMentor that brings technology-enriched, one-to-one mentoring to high school students. Through collaboration with schools, companies, and individuals, mentor2.0 provides high-impact mentoring relationships aimed at giving high school students the support and guidance they need to graduate high school and succeed in college and life. 

The program offers mentees a 1:1 match starting in their freshman year of high school and lasting through high school graduation. Mentees will participate in weekly sessions lead by mentor2.0 staff and attend in-person events with their mentors every month.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Milwaukee

Location
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

BBBS of Metro Milwaukee has partnered with iMi to launch mentor2.0 in Milwaukee. mentor2.0 is a Big Brothers Big Sisters program developed in partnership with iMentor that brings technology-enriched, one-to-one mentoring to high school students. Through collaboration with schools, companies, and individuals, mentor2.0 provides high-impact mentoring relationships aimed at giving high school students the support and guidance they need to graduate high school and succeed in college and life.

The program offers mentees a 1:1 match starting in their freshman year of high school and lasting through high school graduation. Mentees will participate in weekly sessions led by mentor2.0 staff and attend in-person events with their mentors every month.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Big Bend (BBBS Big Bend)

Location
Tallahassee, Florida

BBBS Big Bend has partnered with iMi to launch mentor2.0 in Tallahassee, Florida. The program is Big Brothers Big Sisters’ technology-enriched one-to-one youth mentoring program directly targeting high school students. In Tallahassee, mentor2.0 will work with students at Amos P. Godby High School. Through partnerships between Big Brothers Big Sisters, schools, companies and individuals, mentor2.0 will support high-impact mentoring relationships, aimed at providing high school students with the support and guidance they need to graduate high school and succeed in college and the workforce.

The program offers mentees a 1:1 match starting in their freshman year of high school and lasting through high school graduation. Mentees will participate in weekly sessions lead by mentor2.0 staff and attend in-person events with their mentors every month.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah

Location
Murray, Utah

BBBS of Utah has partnered with iMi to launch mentor2.0 at Cottonwood High School in Murray, Utah. mentor2.0 is a Big Brothers Big Sisters program developed in partnership with iMentor that brings technology-enriched, one-to-one mentoring to high school students. Through collaboration with schools, companies, and individuals, mentor2.0 provides high-impact mentoring relationships aimed at giving high school students the support and guidance they need to graduate high school and succeed in college and life.

The program offers mentees a 1:1 match starting in the 10th grade and lasting through high school graduation. Mentees will participate in weekly sessions lead by mentor2.0 staff and attend in-person events with their mentors every month.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Will and Grundy Counties

Location
Joliet, Illinois

BBBS of Will & Grundy has partnered with iMi to launch mentor2.0 at Joliet Township High School in Joliet, IL. mentor2.0 is a Big Brothers Big Sisters program developed in partnership with iMentor that brings technology-enriched, one-to-one mentoring to high school students. Through collaboration with schools, companies, and individuals, mentor2.0 provides high-impact mentoring relationships aimed at giving high school students the support and guidance they need to graduate high school and succeed in college and life.

The program offers mentees a 1:1 match starting in their freshman year of high school and lasting through high school graduation. Mentees will participate in weekly sessions led by mentor2.0 staff and attend in-person events with their mentors every month.

Capital Partners for Education (CPE)

Location
Washington, DC

Capital Partners for Education (CPE) aims to improve the futures of low-income youth by helping them receive a quality education, graduate from high school, and attend and complete college. CPE provides a proven combination of partnerships with quality high schools, tuition assistance, and a customized array of academic, career, and life skills development, all of which create a college-going culture for our students. CPE partnered with iMi in 2012 to develop a best-in-class approach to mentoring programs (incorporating practices, technology, training and tracking) as a means to expand the scale and impact of its programs. CPE will match 9th grade students at 29 schools with adult mentors who will support them through high school and until graduation. Pairs will communicate through weekly, curriculum-structured emails and monthly in-person events. CPE will focus on the five key values that are integrated into all areas of their work with students: high expectations, personal responsibility, respect, support, and giving back.

City Year

Location
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

City Year’s mission is to build democracy through citizen service, civic leadership, and social entrepreneurship. City Year partnered with iMi in the spring of 2011 to launch City Year’s first mentoring program, called cyMentor, serving 10th grade students attending Mastery Charter School in Philadelphia. The cyMentor program matches the Mastery students with supportive adults to help them achieve their academic, personal, and career goals from the time they are paired through high school graduation.These relationships will focus on providing the additional supports needed to ensure these students graduate college-ready. This partnership was launched utilizing funds from iMentor’s Social Innovation Fund grant.

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

Location
Gardena, California

The Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) believes that the country prospers when all Americans have access to the opportunities a college education affords. As the nation’s leading Hispanic higher education fund, HSF works to address the barriers that keep many Latinos from earning a college degree. HSF partnered with iMentor in 2011 to design and implement a mentoring program for first-year college students. First-generation college students receiving an HSF scholarship, as well as students who qualified for but did not receive one, were invited to join the First Year Transition Program. Participants are paired with adult mentors near the college they are attending to help them successfully navigate their college path.  

The program offers students a 1:1 match lasting for at least one year. Mentors will support mentees as they make the transition to college and support them in successfully navigating their college careers as first generation college students. HSF pairs communicate through weekly curriculum-based emails.

 

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