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iamtheCODE Mentoring Programme

I am interested in becoming a Mentor

I am interested in joining as a Mentee

iamtheCODE is looking for mentors to build a transformational relationship with the most marginalized girls and boys in the world. Become a Mentor. Change someone’s life by sharing your skills, values, and knowledge. It’s a 12 weeks commitment, 1 hour per week.

“I greatly benefitted from the iamtheCODE mentorship. On top of getting the drive and resources to learn how to code, I got a mentor who has held my hand through good times, tough times and periods of uncertainty. When you have some one that has walked your path before by your side, its almost like walking on a paved way. Tough things always get easier and entrepreneurship ceases to be a blind journey”
Brenda Katwesigye – CEO Wazi Vision
“Leading and mentoring a Digital Club from iamtheCODE was a life-changing experience. At the same time we empowered girls and provided them with additional tech and human skills, they also thought us how to be better human beings and the importance of community and active listening.”
Felipe Resck – Unilever

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Becoming an iamtheCODE Mentor

Becoming a mentor at iamtheCODE enables you to build a transformational relationship with the most marginalized girls and boys in the world. You will be part of our community and our exponential growth. You will give back to society and help people who need you.

You will use your skills to change lives. We have all benefited from someone holding our hand, giving us a push, an opportunity, or sponsoring us. iamtheCODE is looking for mentors; commitment is 12 weeks.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who are the Mentees?

Our Mentees are young girls & boys aged 18+ from the most marginalized communities in the world.  We select them through our schools, communities (favelas and slums) and refugee camps across the globe.

What is necessary to become a mentor?

Be committed for 12 weeks; 1 hour per week

Be willing to share your expertise, skills & values.

For compliance reasons and to ensure the protection of our mentees, a DBS or Certificate of Good Conduct is required.

Is there any training provided to mentors?
Yes, there is an onboarding session before the mentoring starts. We provide a context and tell you about the mentees.
How will the matching take place?
Both mentees and mentors receive a link for our Mentoring Platform. Once they sign up, complete their profiles and verify their accounts, the mentee-mentor matching is made.
What will be covered during these 12 weeks?

The Program Goals and Outline is provided to mentors & mentees

Weekly content covering our Wellbeing Code and The UN Global Goals

Access to free Coursera courses, the iDEA platform

Videos

How do we measure progress?
Our Selected Mentors join our weekly calls for 30 minute every two weeks with the Program Coordinator to check-in, make suggestions and give some feedback.

iamthecode mentoring program

Becoming an iamtheCODE Mentee

Becoming a mentee at iamtheCODE enables you to build a transformational relationship with incredible people globally.

You will get access to a tailored content and develop your skills. You will get the right tools to learn, share & transform society.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who are the Mentees?

Our Mentees are young girls & boys aged 18+ from the most marginalized communities in the world. We select them through our schools, communities (favelas and slums) and refugee camps across the globe.

What is necessary to become a mentee?

Be committed for 12 weeks;

Follow our Code of Conduct & Mentoring Guidelines;

18+ years old from vulnerable communities across the world

How will the matching take place?

Both mentees and mentors receive a link for our Mentoring Platform. Once they sign up, complete their profiles and verify their accounts, the mentee-mentor matching is made.

What will be covered during these 12 weeks?

Weekly content covering our Wellbeing Code and The UN Global Goals

Access to free Coursera courses & the iDEA platform

Access to Ikigaidance Videos & iamtheCODE Podcasts

How do we measure progress?

By the end of each lesson, mentees have access to a form to check in what they’ve learned. Besides that, mentees who enroll in Coursera will receive a certificate once they complete the course chosen.

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Donations

Our partners make donations to provide internet data, food & computers to meet the girls & boys’ needs. Although this is not mandatory, we kindly ask for your support.