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Distance Learning and eMentoring Issues
This web site has a relevant discussion of Internet collaborative tools and distance learning services, with an extensive set of links to mentoring resources. The site is old, so many of the links may be broken.

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E-Counseling 2.0 - new wave of e-Mentoring
This 2016 article describes some emerging e-Mentoring formats that are helping youth stay in college.

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eMentoring list on Twitter
This Twitter list maintained by Jayne Cravens can be used by anyone interested in e-mentoring to connect with others who do this work.

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ePals Global Community
From the web site: "ePALS eMentoringTM is a web-based multilingual tool designed by ePALS, the leader in student-safe email, to enable corporate and organizational volunteers to mentor students online.  is a global collaboration portal for teachers, students, mentors."

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From the web site: "The mission of iCouldBe is to provide at-risk middle and high school students with an online community of professional mentors, empowering teens to stay in school, plan for future careers, and achieve in life."

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iMentor - technology-enabled mentoring
From the web site: "iMentor's 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." Now with branches in New York,Chicago, Bay Area and Baltimore.

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Innovations for Learning - connects elelmentary kids with e-tutors
From the web site: "Innovations for Learning is a nonprofit focused on improving reading instruction in the primary grades. Since 1993 we have pioneered using digital technology to connect teachers and students to a galaxy of resources to help students learn to read."

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Mentored Pathways - Academic eMentoring
From the web site: "Mentored Pathways facilitates electronic mentoring relationships between professional adults and students worldwide, and is recognized as the leader in the field of academic-based mentoring. Since 1995, over 47,000 students throughout 11 countries have received support, encouragement and guidance from professionals in 22 countries. Mentored Pathways serves students in K-12 and home school environments, as well as college and university settings.

Mentored Pathways is a process that combines the proven practice of mentoring with the speed and ease of electronic communication, enabling busy professionals to make significant contributions to the academic lives of students. Through mentoring by industry professionals, a corporation helps students develop the skills and foundation to pursue their interests successfully and operate at their potential."

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MentorNet - E-Mentoring Network for STEM learning
From the web site: "MentorNet is a web-based e-mentoring program. Our objectives are to provide ALL STEM students in the United States with access to effective mentorships in a vibrant community committed to student success; to develop a scalable mentoring platform that combines the technology of social networks with the social science of mentoring; and to deliver evidence-based programs that address the critical issues impacting STEM student success."

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Nepris: A skills based volunteering platform
From the website: "Nepris connects educators and learners with a network of industry professionals, virtually, bringing real-world relevance and career exposure to all students. Nepris also provides a skills-based volunteering platform for organizations to extend education outreach, and build their brand among the future workforce."

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PA eMentor Program
From the Program Site: "The Program uses working and retired adults and mature college students serving as online career mentors, as well as a structured online curriculum to help give teens and young adults the knowledge and skills they need to "get real" about their futures - "real" about the demands and opportunities within the job market, and "real" about a plan that leads to their eventual success."

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TutorMate - on-line volunteer tutoring
From the web site: "Our TutorMate System features a unique program that pairs volunteer office workers with children in classrooms, connecting them remotely through telephones and computers. A tutor works with a student for a half-hour a week, each viewing the same page on their respective computer screens, reading stories and playing games that build fluency, comprehension, phonics and spelling skills."

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UPchieve - nonprofit ed-tech initiative supports New York area
From the web site: "UPchieve is a nonprofit ed-tech initiative that provides free, online, and on-demand educational and guidance services to high school students in the U.S. Our goal is to making the college application process simple for all students - not just those with educated, financially stable, and supportive parents. Some of the students we try to help include those who are low income, minorities, LGBTQ, immigrants, or the first in their family to go to college."

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