Our Reach

iMentor is expanding to serve more students in New York, Chicago and the San Francisco Bay Area. What's more — to reach young people everywhere, we partner with local nonprofits who implement our model in their own communities. 

iMentor Cities
Partner Program Cities

National Headquarters

New York City


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Founded in 1999, iMentor NYC has an 18-year track record in mentoring for college success. Over the years, we have developed a proven model to support students through college graduation, leveraging the power of personal, long-term relationships and our best-in-class college success curriculum. 

  • 3,986 current pairs
  • 14 school partners
  • 18 years in operation
  • 68% first-generation college students

Regional Office

Chicago


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iMentor Chicago launched in 2015, inspired by the promise of working alongside some of the most impactful, thriving and collaborative college success organizations in the nation. We are committed to partnering with Chicago Public Schools and peer organizations to dramatically increase college graduation rates for first-generation students from low-income neighborhoods in Chicago.

  • 1,179 current pairs
  • 4 school partner
  • 3 years in operation
  • 88% first-generation students

Regional Office

Bay Area


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Launched just this year, iMentor Bay Area is excited to increase equity and opportunity for first-generation college students in one the nation’s most innovative and entrepreneurial regions. Our partners include traditional and charter public schools that share our vision of college success for every student.

  • 569 current pairs
  • 2 school partners
  • 2 year in operation
  • 90% first-generation college students

Nationwide

Partner Programs


At A Glance Partner Programs

To reach young people everywhere with our model for college success, we partner with local nonprofits to implement our mentoring program in their own communities. We have a rich history of collaboration with Big Brothers Big Sisters local agencies, together serving 3,469 mentoring pairs in 16 cities.  

  • 3469 current pairs
  • 14 non-profit partners
  • 10 years in operation
  • 60% first-generation college students