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Apprenticeships are hands-on learning projects led by experts, like you. Alongside an educator, you will transform kids into scientists, architects, engineers, etc. These projects transform lives, inspire careers and set students on a path of learning.

Apprenticeships are hands-on learning projects led by experts, like you. Alongside an educator, you will transform kids into scientists, architects, engineers, etc. These projects transform lives, inspire careers and set students on a path of learning.

Anyone with a passion or expertise they want to share with young people can become a Citizen Teacher. You will have a group of 10 to 15 students who will range in age from 10 to 14 years old and may be in the 6th, 7th, or 8th grade.

Apprenticeships are hands-on learning projects led by experts, like you. Alongside an educator, you will transform kids into scientists, architects, engineers, etc. These projects transform lives, inspire careers, and set students on a path of learning.

Mentors and students connect over a remote interactive platform for real-time mentoring and tutoring. Mentors are caring adults that share how math is used outside of the classroom, mentor their student, and provide guided practice on math.

Providing insight to answer students' questions as it relates to college readiness, career exploration, and sharing tips and advice for success in the STEM fields within an online mentoring portal.

Apprenticeships are hands-on learning projects led by experts, like you. Alongside an educator, you will transform kids into scientists, architects, and engineers. These projects transform lives, inspire careers and set students on a path of learning.

Mentors would be sharing their knowledge and skills, via workshops and hands on opportunities.

Exploring posts meet at on-site facilities to provide male and female high school students a hands-on, educational approach to career interest exploration. Posts may be in any career field and offer interactive, meaningful learning experiences.

Our mentors provide guidance for a group of 20 students, with a ratio of 4 students per mentor over a period of 2 hours per session. Mentors will facilitate weekly workshops and provide leadership for community outreach and special activities/events.

Volunteers will serve as role models and and promote academic achievement, civic engagement, and sisterhood through social and academic activities.They will also help develop and design weekly program activities and facilitate sessions.

Mentors will share their experiences as a Environmental Science professional and lead hands-on teaching lessons tailored to their field. Mentors who successfully complete 10 hours will qualify to be an adviser for a city-wide STEM Grand Challenge.

Building towers using pasta noodles and hot glue. Expectations are to plan, design, and practice constructing/testing towers with students. Specifics will be provided to those that express interest.

Air Trajectory event - help build a calibrated device that shoots projectiles at a target.

You will be working with our Science Olympiad team, specifically the Bridge event.

Planet Protectors is an event where kids learn about renewable energy and recycling. You will be working with a group of kids who are excited to learn. We especially like to use our hands and minds to meet all our learning styles. Synergy is it!

We are looking for a mentor that can work with students to investigate rocks and minerals. Students need to learn how rocks and minerals are different. Students need to practice identifying rocks, and become familiar with the rock cycle.

Investigating fingerprints, and showing them how to be better than Sherlock Holmes. Expectations includes planning, studying, and experimenting with the forensic evidence.

Apprenticeships are hands-on learning projects led by experts, like you. Alongside an educator, you will transform kids into scientists, architects, engineers, etc. These projects transform lives, inspire careers and set students on a path of learning.

Mentors will oversee two to three 3D printers, help students prepare designs for printing, and help students begin printing and remove objects when printing is finished. Mentors will need to learn the free Repetier-Host 3D printing software

In the Controls unit, students learn to do basic programming to design and control mechanisms, concluding with student teams designing a unique solution to a given problem. Mentors will guide students by helping with project planning and execution.

In the Controls unit, students learn to do basic programming to design and control mechanisms, concluding with student teams designing a unique solution to a given problem. Mentors will guide students by helping with project planning and execution.

In the Controls unit, students learn to do basic programming to design and control mechanisms, concluding with student teams designing a unique solution to a given problem. Mentors will guide students by helping with project planning and execution.

In the Controls unit, students learn to do basic programming to design and control mechanisms, concluding with student teams designing a unique solution to a given problem. Mentors will guide students by helping with project planning and execution.

STEM professionals engage with STEM students in higher education for a minimum of 15 minutes per week on MentorNet's platform where they respond to discussion topics focused the non academic issues that keep students from persisting in their education.

This is an opportunity for underserved boys to realize all that they can do with technology. In addition to normal visits you may attend special technology outings, online competitions, and receive free tickets to the Museum of Science.

Mentors engage with students on a student-chosen project, which range from LED tutus to a pedal-powered trolley and mobile spy camera. Mentors can help with hard technical skills, prototyping, time and supply management, and support and inspiration.

Each team will receive an identical kit of parts, and have six weeks to design, develop, document and test their robot according to the Game restrictions and standards.

Our mentors will: • Teach students about STEM concepts via robotics • Help students develop as a team • Serve as a project manager: help students develop a schedule for working on the project and keep them focused and excited about the project

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