Mentoring Opportunities

To Be A Mentor

  1. New mentors, please submit a mentor application.
  2. Returning mentors, login into your mentor area and select the "Mentor a Student" tab.
  3. Create a match with a student or add your name to a future project. We'll notify you when the students apply.
  4. Begin mentoring with weekly support from the teacher and program staff.
We Currently Need 26 Mentors For Unmatched Students.
Project(s) Students Start/End Date Teacher School Location
PLTW - Aerospace Engineering Design 0 Unmatched Students
8 Matched Students
25 Estimated Students
02/28/2017
06/23/2017
Aldwin  Martinez White Plains High School  White Plains, New York
Special Mentor Requests: These students are enrolled in an aerospace engineering course under the direction of Al Martinez at White Plains High School in White Plains, New York. The students welcome support for three modules (wind turbines, satellite orbiting craft, rocketry). All business, science and engineering professionals are welcome to participate. The focus of the mentoring is teaching students how to collaborate effectively, invite mentor feedback, produce the next draft, and realize the quality of their work goes up in this environment. Most of the collaboration these students will do as professionals will be virtual. Mentors will also help students explore and begin planning for specific career interests.
PLTW - Engineering Design and Development 0 Unmatched Students
2 Matched Students
11 Estimated Students
02/28/2017
05/31/2017
Aldwin  Martinez White Plains High School  White Plains, New York
Special Mentor Requests: These students are enrolled in a Project Lead The Way Engineering Design and Development course under the faciliation of Al Martinez at White Plains High School in White Plains, New York. In this course, students will work as part of a team to develop a solution to a technical problem of their choosing. Students are challenged to tackle a real issue and find a way to solve it. Mentors will guide the research, design, testing, and constructing the solution or recommendations. Students will then present it to industry or community partners. Students will learn the process of design and product development, how to collaborate effectively with a professional, and work to meet an industry standard in all they do.