How eMentoring Works

  1. Have your teacher, parent, or guardian contact us to sign you up. Once you're signed up, you will create a profile on our online platform, MentorCity, and the ReMBC staff will match you to a mentor based on your profile. 

  2. Once you are matched, you will be able to view the activities and send messages to your mentor through MentorCity.

    • The activities:

      • Consist of 8 Personal Quest Units, each with 5-8 activities covering various topics. Please see the ReMBC Personal Quest Curriculum Map for a complete list of topics

      • ​Each activity has a short reading, along with videos, games, and other activities.

      • You'll discuss each activity with your mentor by sending messages to each other. 

      • Each activity has discussion questions for you and your mentor.

    • Conversations:

      • Conversations are not “live” so you can send messages whenever you want.

      • Your mentor must respond to your messages within 3 days.

      • Your mentor will answer your questions, share their own experiences, and help you problem solve.

  3. To get the most out of eMentoring, and keep your mentor happy, we ask that you spend at least 30 minutes on eMentoring each week. Read this guide on how to be a good mentee. 

  4. If you are unhappy at any time, you can reach out to the ReMBC team; we can mediate situations and are happy to assign new mentors on request.

Explore our online platform: Check out our home page for a peek at the activities (our curriculum). Or, contact us for exclusive access to ReMBC's test mentee account: view all the activities, explore the platform, and experience what eMentoring will be like.

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