AGU offers mentoring programs at various meetings that provide support for students and early-career scientists. Follow the links to learn more and participate in the Undergraduate Mentoring Program, Career and Research Advice Mentorship (CRAM) sessions, and the Sharing Science Mentoring Program. Learn more about these programs in this recent Eos article.
Undergraduate Mentoring Program
Attending scientific meetings as an undergraduate can be overwhelming. The Undergraduate Mentoring Program pairs a subset of undergraduates with more seasoned attendees for one-on-one mentoring throughout the meeting. Both mentor and mentee applications are now closed. Applicants will be notified of their status in the coming weeks. Learn more
Career and Research Advice Mentorship sessions
New to the 2016 Fall Meeting are Career and Research Advice Mentorship (CRAM) sessions. All students and early-career scientists can sign up for 20-minute sessions with CRAM mentors from a range of disciplines and career stages. Mentee sign-ups are now open. Learn more.
Sharing Science Mentoring Program
Sharing Science will again help connect graduate students with established scientists who are engaged in sharing their science with public audiences. This supports students who are beginning their scientific careers and hoping to find support for engaging in science communication and outreach. Apply to be a Sharing Science mentor or mentee. Applications close Friday, 23 September, at 11:59 p.m. EDT.