Want to bring eMentoring to your community? Read our Frequently Asked Questions to get your community, school or organization involved in eMentoring.
How does eMentoring work?
The eMentoring team works with school, community and institutional partners to enroll Aboriginal students in the eMentoring program. Then, we manage the program by providing technical and program support throughout the school year.
Who can participate in eMentoring?
eMentoring is designed to support Aboriginal youth successfully transition into high school and post-secondary programs. Any Aboriginal youth between the age of 12 and 18 is welcome and encouraged to apply to the program.
What is the Personal Quest?
The Personal Quest is an interactive and semi-structured online curriculum that incorporates relevant cultural content from across BC. Students must be enrolled in eMentoring to access the program.
Can I integrate eMentoring into a course curriculum?
Yes! eMentoring can supplement curriculum approved by the BC Ministry of Education as a culturally-relevant education resource for Aboriginal students.
Does eMentoring require additional resources?
eMentoring does not require additional planning or administration from school, community or program staff. Students only need regular access to the internet at school, home or another location in the community to participate in the program.
How do I become a partner?
Contact Nahannee-fé Schuitemaker at 604-875-4111 ext. 69144 or firstname.lastname@example.org to bring the eMentoring program to your community, school or organization.