Training and Empowering Adolescents for a Future in Technology
Become an EOTO Mentor
Mentors are volunteers who are trained coders and technologists who study or work in the field. They agree to train at least one mentee, at least once a week, for at least one hour. They may help onsite or remotely, from anywhere in the world. They support learners using the automated online curricula, and help learners build confidence and find jobs. If you are interested in mentoring, please contact us. Please indicate if you have any preference for level of learner or geographical area, or no preference.
One hour a week for six weeks is all it takes to be a *Star!* for a lifetime We seek volunteer mentors, especially but not exclusively technology-capable, to work in person or remotely with students to help them with questions about their lessons, job search, or first job, encourage them, and share your stories about trying to break into the technology field. We can't all volunteer for hours and years. But if everyone helps out one person for a few hours, that's enough to make a difference!
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and just help out for one hour a week, for six weeks. Or, sign up for a semester. Your contribution will be remembered for a lifetime.
Meet the Mentors
Andrew Lewman Andrew Lewman served as VP of Engineering for TechTarget from its founding through public offering, and as Executive Director of The Tor Project from 2009 to the present. He has extensive experience working with DV victims, as well as training and mentoring students in learning technical skills and finding employment in the technical sector.You can learn more about Andrew at lewman.is.
Sarah Cortes Sarah received her AB from Harvard College, MS from Boston University, and is currently a PhD candidate at Northeastern University. She served as Senior Vice President of Putnam Investments for 10 years, before starting her own technology consulting firm. She has extensive experience working with DV victims, as well as training and mentoring students in learning technical skills and finding employment in the technical sector. You can learn more about Sarah at sarahcortes.is.
Will Eiref Will is currently a sophomore at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and will be receiving his bachelor's degree once he graduates. He has worked at Each One Teach One in previous years and has experience in working among several aspects of coding and website building with adolescents. You can learn more about Will at www.linkedin.com/in/william-eiref-a93551101.
Emerson Vaquerano Emerson was once a participant of Each One Teach One and is now a supervisor there. He is a rising senior at Prospect Hill Academy. You can learn more about him at emersonvaquerano.weebly.com