Looking for a break from classes and your own research?
Want to encourage underrepresented k-12 students interested in STEM?
Do you enjoy getting off campus?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should join Dartmouth ManyMentors!
What: We’re a new GSC-recognized service group on campus that works “to make opportunities in STEM more visible, valuable, and viable” for underrepresented middle and high school students in rural Vermont and New Hampshire.
Who: Any Dartmouth affiliates in STEM, including undergraduates, graduate students, professors and staff, medical, and engineering students are welcome to join us!
When: We’ve been holding mentoring events all summer and will continue to do so through the 2019-2020 academic school year. Our next big event with Mascoma High School is still in the works, but we’ll post updates at https://www.dartmouthmanymentors.org/events-and-news.
How: Mentors can register with us and follow steps to sign up at https://www.dartmouthmanymentors.org/become-a-mentor. Time commitment is very flexible and can vary event to event. In person mentoring usually involves regular visits (a few hours every 1 to 2 weeks) but online mentoring commitment starts at only 15 minutes/week.
Interested in learning more of seeing what we’ve already done? Check us out at dartmouthmanymentors.org or email [email protected]