2019-2020 Application for STP Mentoring Program - Mentors
Thanks for volunteering to mentor in STP's Professional Development Mentoring Program. Please answer the following questions regarding your demographic information and expectations for your mentoring experience. The more information you provide regarding your needs and expectations, the more equipped we will be to facilitate a good “match” between mentor and mentee. We will attempt to match everyone but cannot promise to do so. If you have any questions, please contact
. STP encourages applications from colleagues who are from underrepresented groups and have diverse backgrounds and experiences.
First and Last Name
Primary Email account
Type of Institution
Four year Institution (primarily undergraduate)
Prior Full-Time Affiliations/Type of Institution
Population You Primarily Teach
Typical Classroom Size
20 or fewer;
Most Commonly Used Teaching Format (choose up to three)
Oversee TAs and RAs
How many years have you been teaching full-time?
Have you been a mentor previously? If yes, please briefly describe that experience.
What do you hope to gain from being a mentor?
How often can you commit to interacting with a mentee?
What are your preferred methods of interacting with a mentee?
Video conference (e.g. Skype, Zoom, etc. Note that STP does not supply access).
All of the above
List the courses you teach on a regular basis.
Please identify the top three topics you would feel comfortable discussing with a mentee.
In which of the areas of teaching practice would you feel comfortable providing mentoring? Check all that would apply
Teaching large classes
Writing intensive assignments
Academic Integrity issues
Writing letters of recommendation for students
In which of the following areas of professional development would you feel comfortable providing mentoring?
Prioritizing time demands
Getting involved at the local, state and national levels
Development of your Curriculum Vita
Job searches (e.g. interviewing)
Is there any other information you would like to share?
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