Program Spotlight: iCouldBe

iCouldBe is a virtual mentoring program embedded in classrooms in historically underserved communities across the country, empowering young people to identify and engage support networks in their day-to-day lives and broker new professional relationships to build pathways to reach post-secondary and career goals.

The program helps young people increase self-efficacy and agency, develop relationship-building and soft skills and supports their social and emotional needs. By program completion students have:

  • Developed academic success, post-secondary and career roadmaps.
  • Developed a supportive relationship with their mentor.
  • Identified and engaged up to 10 caring adults—mentors, teachers, counselors, coaches, community and family members—who help them reach their current and future academic and career goals.

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