WV eMentoring has officially kicked off for the 2013-2014 school year! We are happy to welcome back Capital High School as our first school to implement WV eMentoring last week. Special thanks to those students in Ms. Rosalie Blaul’s ACT Prep course for coming on board with the program this year.
This week, we are excited to welcome back River View High School in McDowell County, Pocahontas County High School, and Preston County High School as their students sign on for another year of WV eMentoring!
Approximately 170 students from those schools will connect with mentors from more than 160 organizations around the state to begin exploring their career and postsecondary options.
We also welcome two new schools to our program: Wheeling Middle School and Bridge Street Middle School are participating in a career awareness program hosted by Wheeling Park High School. Thank you for joining us!
In the coming weeks, we will be adding more students from across West Virginia and need your help! If you haven’t signed up to become a WV eMentor, now is a great time to become involved. In just 15 minutes a week, you can make a difference in a student’s life by sharing your career story. Click this link to get started!