YSP Continuing Mentoring Program Application - Due 9/1/17
Dear prospective mentor,
Thank you for your interest in the YSP Continuing Mentoring Program (YSP-CM)! Our mission is to provide mentorship to and facilitate STEM exploration for St. Louis high school students. To achieve this, we've partnered with two St. Louis Public Schools: Soldan International Studies High School and Collegiate School of Medicine and Biosciences (CSMB). Our graduate student and professional mentors start working with high school mentees early in their freshman year. Through bimonthly meetings over the next 4-years, our goal is to enhance the general science curriculum, introduce students to STEM careers, help them create a education/career plan for after high school, develop professional and communication skills, and introduce them to the STEM resources and opportunities in the St. Louis area. We achieve these goals through the YSP-CM curriculum and one-on-one mentoring.

From mentoring to curriculum development to leadership roles, there are several ways to get involved with YSP-CM. Each position requires a different level of commitment allowing you to pick the role that best fits your goals and availabiltiy. We are currently accepting applications for Mentors at Soldan, Mentors at CSMB, Volunteer Drivers (for field trips), ACT Liaison, and leadership positions. Detailed descriptions of the positions will be given later in the application.

After submitting your application you will receive an email from CM volunteer to schedule an interview. If accepted all volunteers must obtain a background check (cost reimbursed by DBBS) and attend one of the new-volunteer orientation sessions taking place 9/27 and 9/30.

To help us get to know you a little better, please fill out the following:

First name
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Last name
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Email
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Cell phone (format xxx-xxx-xxxx)
This is so we can contact you quickly for program-related events, etc.
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Gender?
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Where were you born?
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What is your ethnicity or race?
What general program are you in?
What specific program are you in?
E.g., Immunology, Microbiology, Biomedical Engineering, Medical School
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What year of your program are you in?
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