Opportunities and Expectations

  • Our target audience: Mentees are typically in grades 8-12 living in rural or remote areas of BC. We welcome any students that could benefit from receiving guidance about life after high school.

  • Implementing eMentoring: We can implement eMentoring as part of a class, after school club, or for individual students, as long as there is an appropriate adult support structure.

  • The curriculum: Students complete 8 Personal Quests that complement the provincial Career Education learning standards. Topics include: study habits, allies, goal setting, career decisions, money management, and post secondary.

  • Time commitment: Students build the best relationships with their mentor if they participate in eMentoring for between a semester to a school year, devoting 1-2 hours to eMentoring per week. 

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5102A - 2405 Wesbrook Mall | UBC | Vancouver Campus | V6T 1Z3

unceded xʷməθkʷəyəm (Musqueam) Territory 

(604) 827-4197 | e.mentoring@ubc.ca

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