STEM Works Program: Mentorship Application
Black Physicians of Tomorrow (BPT) exists to provide African, Caribbean, Canadian (ACC) individuals with the tools and resources needed to prepare for and attain, careers in the field of medicine and the allied health professions.
Our vision is to create a culture of positive self-image within the ACC community, to revolutionize and awaken the minds of these individuals, and to inspire them to foster a new perception of themselves as they become Black Physicians of Tomorrow.
We are looking for like-minded students, community members, health care professionals, and stakeholders who are committed to partnering with us as mentors to support black youth through our new initiative called STEM Works. This program will provide high school students living within Durham and East Scarborough Regions who identify as Black between the ages 13-19 with the support and tools they need as they are applying to or pursuing post-secondary professional programs/schools in Ontario.
First and last name
Area of residence
Date of Birth
Highest Level of Education Completed
Master's or Doctorate Degree
What institution did you obtain your education?
Other education or special training
List 3 key skills or attributes you possess and would make you an effective mentor
Do you have any previous experience working with youth aged 16-29 years old?
There are various ways mentors can get involved in the program. Please select the type of mentorship you would like to participate in. (Multiple choice option).
Job shadowing opportunities
Lead a workshop in specific career field
In person meetings
Attend as a panelist at one our events for students
How often are you available to meet with a student?
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