Important questions: which tutorial did you go through, and which textbook do you want to use? C++ has changed a lot over the years, and in addition to there being a lot of outdated material, there's also a lot of material that's just… bad.
C++ is probably the language where the most oldest stuff is around, so it's really important that you get up to date teaching material. I am doubtful that you can find a mentor teaching you for free, but of course you can still try.
BTW. Why do you want to learn C++? What are your plans?