STEMstars is a mentee-driven program
STEMstars is a mentee - driven one-to-one mentoring program that strategically pairs mentees with mentors based on career needs and goals.
Our mentors voluntarily serve as role models, provides skill development advice, risk management, career guidance, share their knowledge, experience, and connection to help our mentees sharpen their skills, get creative and achieve their career goals.
Engineers thriving in their careers and leading the profession, unhindered by the barriers that propagate systemic under-representation of persons with minority backgrounds in engineering fields and leadership roles.
How does STEMstars work?
Mentees will be in contact with their mentors once per month for one hour.
Mentees submit a progress report a week prior to the monthly meetings via email and schedule a meeting with their mentors as convineint for the pair.
STEMhub Foundation team conducts quarterly appraisal to examine the relationship and provides ongoing direct support to the pairs who have questions, concerns and minor financial needs.
Become a STEMstars Mentee
To be eligible for our One-to-One Mentoring program, applicants must be:
- A high school student / an undergraduate / a graduate student / a professional or a startup founder in STEM or non-STEM fields. Priority shall be given to Canadian residents.
- A female or a visible miniority who is teachable, anxious and ready to embrace accountability.
Are you interested? Please fill out the STEMStars mentee form
Become a Mentee
Become a STEMstars Mentor
Call for applications to STEMStars mentoring will be out on June - June 2018. Our first intake will kick-off on August 1, 2018. All applicants are appreciated but only successful applicants will be contacted.
Disclaimer: Submission of the application does not guarantee an immediate acceptance into the program. However, we will inform each applicant whether we are considering them for a specific program cohort year (e.g. 2019). STEMHub Foundation holds the right to cancel the application or selection process at any time, and to remove a participant according to the program policies and procedures.
Meet the STEMstars Managers
Minha R. Ha, M.Sc
Marsha Miller, B.Sc
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