Applications are due on September 20 for all mentors interesting in participating in this year’s Women in Science and Engineering program (WiSE).
WiSE helps supports young women transitioning from their undergraduate education to a career in science or engineering, and mentors them to remain in scientific careers.
There are many benefits to being a WiSE mentor, and involvement will contribute to long-term research on how this program supports young women’s professional success.
The duration of the program is October through March and the time commitment for mentors is flexible, other than three required evening events.
To apply to be a mentor, or find out more, visit the WiSE website.