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STEM Hacks Mentor Sign-Up
Application Deadline: January 19, 2017
Event Date: January 28th, 2016
Event Address: 1280 Main St W, Hamilton, ON L8S 4L8
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Type of Mentor
Technical (knowledge in using Arduino and C++, or willing to learn)
Non-Technical (general science/STEM background and problem solving required)
I am available ALL DAY January 28th (9am - 6pm)
Yes, from beginning to end
I am only available for part of the day, but still very interested in mentoring.
Tell us why you're interested in being a mentor for youth at STEM Hacks!
In order to prepare you for this event, we'd like to make sure you are trained and comfortable with your role. As such, we will host an information session as well as an Arduino C++ Workshop (for technical mentors only) in January. These sessions will be mandatory for all mentors.
Sounds good, count me in.
Sorry, no can do.
To learn about your role as a mentor you MUST attend a fun information session and workshop!!! Please sign up for ALL the times you are available.
Friday January 20; 6 - 8 pm
Friday January 20; 7 - 9 pm
Saturday January 21; 11 am - 1 pm
Saturday January 21; 1 - 3pm
Saturday January 21; 3 - 5 pm
Sunday January 22; 11 am - 1 pm
Sunday January 22; 1 - 3 pm
Sunday January 22; 3 - 5 pm
We're excited that you're interested in joining our awesome team of mentors. A separate team of McMaster Volunteers will be running the show on the day of the event. Would you be interested in helping out at the event as a Volunteer as well? (eg. set up, clean up, etc.)
Yes, please send me information!
No thanks, just mentoring this time.
Thank you for your interest in being a Mentor for STEM Hacks 2017. Our team will get in touch with you over the next few weeks as we prepare. If you have any questions regarding Mentoring, please contact our Student Engagement Coordinator, Akanksha Aggarwal, via email at
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