Sign up to be a SHE++ #include Industry Advisor!
Industry Advisors will be matched with a SHE++ #include fellow to mentor for one year, starting in April 2019. Advisors will answer any questions their advisee may have regarding a career in tech and help fellows with their local initiatives to spread tech education.

About the Fellowship:
The SHE++ #include Fellowship provides resources and content to underrepresented high school students lacking access to resources who wish to cultivate their own technical skills and facilitate conversations about computer science & the importance of diversity in technology. The program encourages participating fellows post-Summit to start initiatives to bring tech education and opportunities to their local communities.

Email address *
Name *
Email *
Degree/Major (Area of Expertise) *
What Skype address can be used to connect you to your #include Fellow? *
If you do not have a Skype, please respond "N/A".
What Gmail address can be used to connect you to your #include Fellow (for Google Hangouts)? *
If you do not have a Gmail, please respond "N/A".
Let us and #include Participants get to know you! For your profile, please write a brief letter of introduction for your future #include advisee. This will help us to match you with a #include Participant! *
Guiding questions (not necessary to answer all): How did your interest in computer science/technology develop? Why are you interested in the #include Fellowship, and why do you want to be a #include Advisor? What are your interests? What projects are you currently working on? This is your opportunity to communicate to students what you hope to offer them. Suggested length: Maximum of 200 words.
How many #include Participants would you like to mentor? *
The time commitment is about 2 hours per month (2 video-call sessions), per #include Participant. So, 1 advisee = 4 hours/month, 2 advisees = 8 hours/month, etc.
Resume *
To help us learn more about your experiences and better match you with a fellow, please upload your resume here!
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