Mentoring for the Digital Age

Spotlight Archive

iCouldBe in Forbes
Featured as a partner providing virtual mentoring to AT&T employees from any location.

Points of Light features Civic 50 leaders that support youth mentoring
AT&T is contributing more than $1.3 million to innovative organizations such as iCouldBe

iCouldBe on about.att.com
iCouldBe makes it possible for AT&T mentor and mentee to form a bond despite being over 1,500 miles apart.

iCouldBe on Slate.com
iCouldBe is one of the digital programs featured that are helping low-income kids get into college.

Datakind Meet-up sponsored by AT&T
On 2/25/16 COO Wendy Siegelman presented with a panel of data science volunteers, on "Defining Successful Mentoring Relationships"

MENTOR's Collaborative Mentoring Webinar Series
On 2/18/16, ED Kate Schrauth participated in a webinar panel on "Mentoring in the Age of Technology"

Linked Learning Conference Panel
On 2/4/16, Curriculum Developer Madeline Giscombe presented on a panel with partners from SAP, Skyline High School, Career Ladders Project, and Berkeley City College, on iCouldBe's new gamified multi-year curriculum.

iCouldBe honored
iCouldBe is honored to be an AT&T Aspire grantee

A Look Back at How iCouldBe Started 15 Years Ago
iCouldBe Founder Adam Aberman shares his early vision to create an e-mentoring, career development, and college guidance service for teens

Online Volunteers: Don't Ever Call Them Virtual
Great article in The NonProfit Times on virtual volunteers featuring iCouldBe

iCouldBe at TeraData Cares DataKind DataDive
A snapshot of how data science volunteers used data for good at the October 2014 DataDive

Volunteer data scientists help iCouldbe
Volunteer data scientists help iCouldbe uncover the ABCs of Successful Online Mentoring

2014 National Mentoring Summit
iCouldBe participating in panel on online mentoring

DataKind DataDive
Volunteer data scientists help iCouldbe uncover the ABCs of Successful Online Mentoring

iCouldBe on U.S. News
Mentoring Students, and Closing the STEM Gap, Without Leaving the Office

CEB Partnership
CEB Partners with iCouldBe to Mentor At-Risk Students

Girls in STEM: Unlocking Potential article. September, 2012.
iCouldBe is highlighted as a resource for girls interested in STEM careers in Technology and Engineering Teacher

HUFFPOST SCIENCE article by iCouldBe ED, Kate Schrauth
Mentoring the Next Generation Towards STEM Careers

iCouldBe in February 2012 issues of MORE
Want to Mentor?

iCouldBe Featured on CNN!
The emergence of e-mentoring

iCouldBe Receives Grant From E*TRADE to Mentor 650 Students Across the U.S.
E*TRADE Reinforces Commitment to Mentor Today’s Youth

iCouldBe is #1!
7 Websites that Help Teens be Successful

Mentoring online
Same results, less driving

An Interview with Kate Schrauth
What Could You Be with a Mentor?

EDU in Review News Blog
iCouldBe Bringing e-Mentors to Your School with Your Help

ELearn Magazine article
Online Mentoring Programs

Monster.com Partnership (PDF)
Monster.com Partners with iCouldBe to Create iSucceed

The Leftover Queen
Pairing is Caring - Boloco, Burlington, Vermont

Mentors Guide Jordan Students
iCouldBe at Jordan High School in Long Beach, CA

From WashingtonParent.com (PDF)
I Could Be...a Mentor

Ladies Home Journal
Ladies Home Journal highlights iCouldBe in its January 2010 feature on National Mentoring Month

Glamour Magazine
Glamour Magazine recognizes the impact mentoring with iCouldBe can have on improving students’ chances of attending college: Glamour’s 31 Days of Giving

iCouldBe presents at Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School (WORD DOC)  (VIDEO)
iCouldBe presented its proprietary content filter and identity verification process to the Internet Safety Task Force at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School.

Berkman Center at the Harvard Law School (VIDEO)
Internet Safety Technical Task Force Open Meeting, September 2009, Berkman Center at the Harvard Law School


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