I don't want to offend you, but it's probably going to be kind of hard to find what you're looking for. Most people on forums are volunteering their spare time (on top of work and school and families and their own programming) to be here and help people, so they probably don't have time to do one-on-one like that. And honestly, walking somebody through the process and then checking over their work will probably take a lot longer than just doing it alone. This is why people pay a lot of money to go to school or hire a private tutor.
That being said, I absolutely don't want to discourage you from learning programming. I'd suggest you start with the basic tutorials
and work through them. You can ask a question here anytime you get stuck.
Once you get through them (and honestly, that should probably take you weeks or months, not hours or days), you might start writing your own little programs- pong is a good first game. Then you can branch out into working with other novice programmers, if you really want to work on a team.
I hope this doesn't offend or discourage you, but point you in a direction that's more likely to help you learn programming.