Mentoring for the Digital Age

Welcome to iCouldBe

COVID-19 Response: Virtual Mentoring Portal


The mission of iCouldBe is to provide high school students with an online community of professional mentors, empowering teens to stay in school, plan for future careers, and achieve in life.
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Our Work

Learn about our e-mentoring program and results as we work to address the drop-out crisis.

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Make a difference in the life of a child by becoming an E-Mentor, Corporate, or School Partner today.

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Meet the passionate professionals who support our Mentees, Mentors, Teachers, and Partners.

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Spotlight

Mentor Receives $500,000 Grant To Pursue E-Mentoring And Research Initiatives With iCouldBe

MENTOR to work with strategic partners, including Johns Hopkins University and iCouldBe, for e-mentoring initiative and research on youth inequity during COVID-19

Since March 2020, AT&T employees have provided over 1000 hours of mentoring to youth across the nation on programs including iCouldBe

AT&T contributed $250,000 to support an innovative collaboration between MENTOR and iCouldBe, which joined forces to develop the Virtual Mentoring Portal.

The mentoring circle: Supportive relationships across generations

Mentoring can be delivered many different ways including in-person and—even before COVID-19 contingencies—mentoring can be virtual, as iCouldBe and others have shown.

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16 Million U.S. Kids

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