digIT 2019 Mentoring Expression of Interest
You are about to submit an expression of interest to be a mentor in the digIT 2019 program.

digIT is a unique hands-on extension and mentoring program to ignite student’s passion in Information and Communications Technology (ICT). It aims to build confidence, interest and skills in ICT learning areas (in robotics, coding and website design etc.) in order to encourage continuance of ICT studies in senior secondary school and at tertiary level. More information on the mentor program is available at: http://www.amt.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/digIT-info-for-mentors_2019.pdf.

Mentors we seek have:
• a successful proven interest in ICT activities
• a desire and capacity to work with young people, in particular high school students
• completed or willingness to complete a Working with Children check
• the ability to commit to time as described

We are looking for people from all areas–technology professionals working in industry, academia and government, as well as current tertiary students.

The form should take you less than 15 minutes to complete. You will need the contact information of 1 referees. The form is designed so that all fields are compulsory. Please write NA if necessary.

If you have any trouble completing this form email: digIT@amt.edu.au

Privacy Policy

The Australian Mathematics Trust (AMT) abides by the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) 2014. Any personal information collected from mentors, which may include personal details, details of participation in Trust activities and credit card information, is treated by the Trust according to this policy. For the full AMT policy visit www.amt.edu.au/privacy-policy/

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