Mentor a Baltimore City High School Student

iMentor has partnered with Baltimore City Schools to match first-generation high school students with college-educated mentors who help them navigate the journey to and through college and other post-secondary career pathways.

We make volunteering with youth accessible for busy people by providing time-efficient communication resources and staff support along the way.

Mentor Commitment: As a mentor, you are matched with one high school student over a 2-4 year period; you will communicate with your mentee weekly and meet monthly.

Become a Mentor: Attend an online info session to learn more. Visit baltimore.imentor.org to start your mentor application. For questions, please email baltimore@imentor.org

Please note: Mentors must be 21 years of age and older and pass a Baltimore City Schools background check. Completion of a 2- or 4-year college degree preferred.

Type of help: To help high school students navigate their journey to and through college and other post-secondary career pathways
Languages spoken: English
What else ...: Our model harnesses the power of long-term, personal relationships to help students succeed. We partner with high schools in low-income communities, where a majority of students served will be first-generation college graduates. Each year, we recruit thousands of volunteers who commit to mentor a high school student for at least three years.
How many travelers can volunteer?: Unlimited
Accommodation suggestions: N/A
Hours expected: TBD
Availability: ASAP
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How would you like to volunteer?:
Virtual (you can do it from a computer, home or anywhere)
In Person (you'll go to a physical location)
Cause Category:
Arts & Culture
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Immigrants & Refugees
Seniors
Sports & Recreation
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Families
Women
Hunger
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Politics
Community
International
Disaster Relief
Homeless & Housing
LGBTQ+
Veterans & Military Family
Race & Ethnicity
Environment
People with Disabilities
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Length of Time :
Short-Term ( one time or less than a month)
Long Term ( 30 days or more)
Region:
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