I'm going to burst your bubble here.
Nobody is going to mentor you. That crap you see in the movies is just that: crap. There's no elite secret underground where the promising novice goes to become a master. It doesn't work like that. In order to learn, you have to do a lot of work on your own. This means spending nights reading and writing code, instead of hanging out with friends or doing homework.
That doesn't mean you can't ask questions. Places like this are around to help you learn, but a big chunk of that learning has to be on your own. Nobody wants to spoon-feed you; If you can't help yourself, why should we? Ask intelligent, specific questions and you will get intelligent, specific answers.
Now with that out of the way, there's another thing you should know: You will not be breaking into banks one year from now. Not only is that not realistic, but it's not something you will learn here. Again, what you see on TV is mostly crap. People don't break into banks in 5 minutes to transfer $10,000,000 to an off-shore account. It takes a LONG time and a LOT of knowledge to be able to pull that off. For the average hacker, it's not going to happen.
I'm not trying to discourage you, far from it. What I am trying to do is to provide you a more clear and realistic picture of what to expect. Forget all of that hollywood stuff, and spend some time talking to real hackers doing real things. Head over to the IRC and talk to people. Don't go in asking "lol so who ken hax teh banx" and expect to be treated respectfully. Be smart, prepare to be flamed, and keep your cool.
Also: Google. Google 'til your hands hurt. This is how you learn things.
Assume that everything I say is or could be a lie.