We should probably also have a roster of the mentors and their skills. For example:
PHP/MySql: 4 years, 3 years professional
HTML: 4 years, none professional
C++: 4 years, none professional
VB.net/SQL: 1 year, almost one year professional
C#: 6 months, none professional
I've been in the programming industry for a good number of years now, doing both professional and freelance work. I have experience with both *nix and Microsoft products. I currently work with Microsoft technologies.
But the actual tutoring could be done via MSN or IM or other.
For example, I'm from sweden, I wouldn't have any problem with having a swedish mentor.. although I'm more comfortable with english than swedish, but still..