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Students and their mentors review their commitment to each other at the iMentor orientation at the Academy for College and Career Exploration.

Students and their mentors review their commitment to each other at the iMentor orientation at the Academy for College and Career Exploration.

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iMentor is a national mentorship program that started in the South Bronx of New York City in 1999 by John Griffin, founder of Blue Ridge Capital and two colleagues Richard Buery and Matt Klein. So far, the program has paired over 33 thousand students with mentors nationwide.