Physics Mentorship Program 2012-2013
The Department of Physics Mentorship Program has been developed to enhance the undergraduate student experience. It is open to any student taking a 300 or 400 level physics course. Students are encouraged to join this valuable program that will connect them with alumni and other physics graduates who are working in industry and academia and who want to share their insight and experience.
Do not miss this tremendous opportunity! The advice and help of a mentor can be of great benefit as students prepare to make their way into the working world or going into graduate work. Likewise, mentors have the chance to find out about the current crop of students, and discover more about the hottest research and emerging areas at the department.
Students are required to complete the application process (including a personal interview) as well as attend a mandatory orientation session and meet with their mentor three times during the academic year.
To apply to be a mentee in the 2012-2013 program, please fill out the application form linked below. We will begin reviewing applications November 2, 2012. Late applications will be considered.
If you want to apply to be a mentor in the 2012-2013 program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We will begin reviewing applications November 2, 2012.
Note: The physics mentorship program is not a job placement service, and students agree not to solicit employment from mentors.
- Application form for students/mentees (The first time you access this, you will be asked to create an account to login to the Alumni Circle)
- Application form for mentors (The first time you access this, you will be asked to create an account to login to the Alumni Circle)
Questions? Contact email@example.com