Information for Educators

Teachers, principals, parents: do your students have questions about post-secondary, careers, or life after high school? A mentor can help! Sign your students up to be a mentee FOR FREE!

We have a variety of ways that educators can bring eMentoring to their students.

Check out our Informational Video for Educators

Options for Educators

Promote eMentoring at your school

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One-on-one mentoring for students

Recruit students who would benefit from having a mentor.

 

We support at-risk students, valedictorians and everyone in between!

 

Feel free to post our flyer, share our informational handout with your students and their parents, show our promo video, or contact us for a blurb to post on social media.

Virtual Mentor Visits

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Invite a mentor to speak to your students:

Post-secondary students can speak to your students about their path to post-secondary, their post-secondary experiences, and career options.

 

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Contact us to arrange a virtual mentor visit

One-on-one Mentoring for Classes

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How

to 

Sign-up

  1. Decide on when and how you'll be participating in the program. Learn more in our Teacher Information Guide.

  2. Ask us for a registration form. Fill it out and then we will contact you to confirm your information.

  3. Provide a list of your students' names and emails. Your students will receive email invitations to the program the day before they will complete their profiles.

  4. Join our platform to access the curriculum, Teacher View, and communicate with your students' mentors.

One-on-one Mentoring for Classes

 

We’ve designed our one-on-one mentoring program to be flexible so that it can be seamlessly integrated into a variety of classroom settings. You can treat the program like an online course, where students earn credit, or like an informal chat, or anything in between! 

 

The program’s modules were designed with careers classes, like Career Life Education and Career Life Connections, in mind, so, if you wish, some of the modules can supplement or even replace some of the content for those courses. However, if you’d simply like to use the program to give your students a chance to meet positive role-models outside their community and to inspire them to dream big, the program can be used more casually – with less emphasis on the modules and more emphasis on the relationships. 

 

Download our Teacher Information Guide to learn about options for integrating eMentoring into your course, or contact us to talk through your options. 

 

Then when you're ready, ask us for a registration form, which asks you about when and how you'll be participating in the program, fill it out and provide us a list of your students' names and email addresses, and you're good to go!