Mentor Application Form, Bridge School

Please fill out this form by August 27, 2019 to be considered for the role of Mentor in our upcoming Bridge for Front-End Development Cohort 9, which runs from October 1 - December 12, 2019.
What does a Bridge Mentor do?
During the Bridge for Front-End Development Cohort, mentors will be paired up with one student each, supporting them through the course learning intermediate JavaScript concepts. Mentors work with their paired student to do everything from working on reviewing their homework, discussing technical topics the student is interested in, to helping the student with building their confidence in a technical interview. Mentors also attend approximately one class every 4 - 5 weeks, to help the instructor with hands on exercises and overall support.

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Throughout the whole process you'll have the support of the Bridge team and you'll be working with the Lead Mentor to guide you if you're not sure what to do in a particular circumstance. We've got you covered!
What is Bridge?
Bridge is a federally incorporated not-for-profit that provides high-value advanced education at zero cost to women, agender, and non-binary professionals in the tech industry.
We match our grads up with forward-thinking companies to put them on the track to leadership in the industry, while providing the companies with a low-risk, high return opportunity to diversify their teams. You can find out more about us on our website at https://bridgeschool.io.
Course Details.
Bridge School is an 11-week program. This session will begin on Tuesday, October 1st. Classes will run every Tuesday and Thursday from 6 - 9pm until Thursday, December 12th, 2019. This session will be held at RBC Ventures in downtown Toronto.

If you’d like to get a more in-depth look at what we teach and the program in general you can take a look at our syllabus from the last cohort here: bit.ly/bridge-syllabus
What's in it for you?
This is a volunteer opportunity to help support junior and intermediate developers level up. Having said that, Bridge doesn't just help students level up in their careers - we also help our instructors, mentors, and other volunteers level up in their careers in a meaningful way. We'll have regular check-ins, and give you thoughtful feedback. We'll give you the tools to become a better instructor, mentor, and leader. Through teaching, you'll gain a deeper understanding of technical concepts, and have the opportunity to be a major part in changing the lives of twelve women, agender, and non-binary developers. Plus it's a fun and inclusive community to join!
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