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Virtual Programs Mentor Application


Mentor Information

*must have phone number for background check

Employee Referral

*only for Science based mentors/professionals not in sponsored employer challenge
*only for Science based mentors/professionals not in sponsored employer challenge
The allowed file types include: images, text documents and pdf files. The maximum size for each file is 5 MB.
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Short Answer

If you do not have experience working with this demographic, what do you think are the most important characteristics a mentor should demonstrate when working with students ages 13-17?
1. What makes a good mentor in your opinion?
2. How would you help teams overcome conflict?
3. How do you expect working on an international team of students to be different that non-international?
4. What excites you most about mentoring students interested in STEM?

Upload the video to a sharing service like Dropbox or Google Drive. Then create a shareable link and paste the shareable link URL here:

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