icouldbe.org is sharing the possibilities of online mentoring with our school partners and fellow educators at the Annual Educating for Careers Conference, presented by the California Career Pathways Consortia and the California Partnership Academies.
We began the conference yesterday in California’s Orange County, where icouldbe led a roundtable discussion about creating mentoring programs with impact. We were joined by teacher Julieanne Reall and two of her students from Anaheim High School’s Multimedia Computer Technology Academy, who shared their icouldbe experience with other teachers from across California. Maria Wright, Assistant Principle at La Quinta High School shared that her students are so enthusiastic about icouldbe.org that they have a hard time waiting a week to read comments and feedback from their mentors!
We’re very excited to be a part of this meaningful collaboration and greatly anticipate sharing icouldbe’s story and program, as well as learning more about the amazing work of Academy teachers and students. If you’re attending, come on by and meet icouldbe’s Elizabeth Moran at booth 504.