Friday, October 21, 2022

Sign up for the A Friend in STEM mentorship program by Friday, Nov. 4

Sign up for the A Friend in STEM mentorship program connecting undergraduate students interested in STEM with University of Minnesota scientists. The primary goal of the program is to make the complicated process of getting involved in research, being successful in a lab, and applying to graduate programs more accessible to undergraduate students of all backgrounds. The registration deadline is Friday, Nov. 4.
Find A Friend in STEM!

A mentor can be a valuable source of information on building a network of research and faculty members necessary for those who want to pursue a career in STEM. Mentors can also leverage their graduate school and University laboratory experiences to help you make informed decisions about undergraduate research and provide support if and when you choose to pursue a graduate degree. The program serves students of all genders and especially underrepresented students.

To participate, complete the A Friend in STEM student interest form by the Friday, Nov. 4, deadline. Program organizers will match you with a graduate student, postdoc, or research scientist mentor on campus. Pairings are based on your research interests and goals for the mentorship program. Mentor-student pairs will be contacted in mid-November.

A Friend in STEM was developed by members of Empowering Women in Science, a graduate student and postdoctoral-led group at the University of Minnesota. Learn more about the group on the EWIS website.

For more information about the program, how to sign up, and what to expect, visit the A Friend in STEM website.

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