Registration is now open!

Teachers and schools: learn how to connect your students to mentors.


Post secondary students: our mentor pool is full for the 2020/2021 school year, but check out our application requirements and contact us if you would like to be on our mailing list for next year.

Rural eMentoring


Connecting rural youth with mentors

ReMBC is a non-profit.

Our program is FREE for all participants

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Rural eMentoring BC (ReMBC) is a FREE online mentoring program for rural high school students. Our dedicated mentors are post-secondary students in a variety of programs throughout BC. In the program, mentees prepare for their future with the support and advice of their mentor. All conversations are online and fit into the busy schedules of high school and post-secondary students.

The Latest News:

Mentee registration
Now Open!
For high school students and schools

High School Students:

Learn how to connect with a mentor here

Teachers and Schools:

Register any students who you think could use a mentor.

You can even register your whole class! Learn more here

Invite a Mentor to Virtually Visit
your class

Learn more about our

Virtual Mentor Visits

Our mentors can answer your students' questions, share their experience as a post-secondary student, and much more - LIVE!


The eMentoring staff is still working hard to virtually connect rural youth to mentors.

  • It's more important than ever for youth to make connections and build support networks.

  • Many high school students are worried about their futures, and a mentor can help. 

Contact us to sign up!

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Check out our curriculum:

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Take a peek

at our curriculum

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Get to know our mentors:

Mentor Q&A

Our mentors are post secondary students—but they’re so much more than that!

They have fun hobbies, and some crazy stories to tell. You probably have a lot in common with them!

Click on the arrows to check out our Q&A with a few of our mentors.