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The Career Mentoring (CM) Fellows program seeks physicists working in industry, government/national labs, or academia, who are interested in mentoring undergraduate students, learning and teaching about diverse career paths of physics degree holders, and establishing a stronger connection with the physics community. Once you become a Career Mentoring Fellow, you can continue participate as long as you are still interested. We will keep your information and may contact you for future mentoring opportunities beyond 2022-2023. You may also reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications are no longer being accepted. Please check back in the summer for the next cycle's application.
Please note: In addition to the application, a statement of support must be submitted by a student or early career physicist who you have worked with as a mentor, teacher, or volunteer.
As a Career Mentoring Fellow, you can expect to:
To fulfill this role, you will have the opportunity to do one or more of the following:
Physicists working in industry as well as those in academia, including postdocs or faculty, are encouraged to apply.
Ideal applicants will have:
To qualify, you will need to submit an application answering questions about:
You will also need to provide a half page statement of support from a student or early career scientist detailing your investment in mentoring or supporting students and early career physicists.
To view a list of CM Fellows and where they work, please see the links below. If you are interested in hosting a CM Fellow for a career talk, please review this list, then contact email@example.com for further assistance.