PowerUp 2021 - Mentor Sign-Ups
PowerUp is an initiative that provides free university application advice for students from grades 9-12 interested in biology and health-related programs. As a mentor, you will have the opportunity to meet online with mentees to discuss the application process, different programs, and career paths. If you are a university student and would like to run short meetings to help high schoolers with their applications, please sign up below! This is a fun way to share your expertise and meet new people.

PowerUp is co-organized by Prospective Medical Professionals (PuMP) and STEM Fellowship's STEMpowerment Program.
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First Name *
Last Name *
Email *
Phone Number
Name of Current University *
Current Program/Major *
Year (incoming) *
How did you hear about this opportunity? *
What is your preferred video calling platform? *
Mentors will host video calls through their own accounts. If you need help setting this up, please let one of us know!
Which languages do you speak fluently? *
Do you identify with any of the following groups? (Check all that apply) *
Approximately how many mentees would you be interested in helping per week? *
Mentors will conduct one-time virtual meetings (“coffee chats”) with mentees. Each meeting typically lasts between 30 and 45 mins.
Is there anything else we should know about your schedule?
If there are any extra details we should know about your schedule (such as some weeks you might not be able to mentor), please let us know! Scheduling will be very flexible and we are very happy to accommodate around your other commitments. You'll be assigned a list of mentees to meet during a given week, and you can meet with them at any time that works with your schedule.
Are you currently associated with STEMpowerment Mentorship or Prospective Medical Professionals (PuMP), or are you a returning PowerUp mentor? *
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