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 2,600 mentoring pairs in 17 cities.
Why partner with us?
With more than 16 years of experience in mentoring and college success, iMentor helps local nonprofits impact college outcomes for first-generation students without having to reinvent the wheel. Together, our nonprofit partners create a national network with a shared commitment to working with schools in low-income neighborhoods.
How does it work?
Upon selection, nonprofit organizations receive training on the iMentor model and implementation guidance on our curriculum, technology, evaluation and best practices to support mentoring pairs. Our dedicated team provides ongoing training and coaching to each partner. Nonprofit partners pay a partnership fee and are responsible for the screening, training and support of local volunteers.
We assess the unique needs of your organization.
Curriculum Staff Training
We provide training on our college success model, including the technology platform and curriculum.
Your organization partners with local schools and volunteer mentors to deploy our program.
We provide ongoing technical and programmatic support.
We measure your results, recommend improvements, and share your successes.
What our Partner Programs are Saying?
Angela Reed Padilla
CEO, BBBS of Central New Mexico
"Big Brothers Big Sisters partners with iMentor to serve nearly 500 students in New Mexico, which allows us to keep the fundamentals of quality youth mentoring while incorporating innovative technology structures and a college curriculum. Our significant results underscore that mentors can and do make a difference in the trajectory of a young person’s life, regardless of their circumstances, by helping them graduate high school and pursue post-secondary education and career success."
President and CEO, BBBS of Metro Milwaukee
"We decided to partner with iMentor to make our mentoring work relevant for the 21st century—contributing to citywide efforts to improve post-secondary outcomes for students. They offer a combination of direct service experience and technology development that can’t be topped. The team at iMentor have been real partners to us, always there to navigate any issues or challenges and totally committed to our success."
Vice President of Programs, BBBS Lone Star
"By partnering with iMentor, we get the benefit of a blended model that effectively leverages the ease of technology with the traditional mentoring practices that Big Brothers Big Sisters is known for. That mentors and students can conveniently use the curriculum to guide their online communication each week and meet in-person once-a-month makes this appealing for companies who want to provide their busy employees an opportunity to support Big Brothers Big Sisters."