WiSTEMM Mentee Application (Undergraduate Students)

Jayhawks Breaking Barriers Mentoring Program is an inter-disciplinary program for all undergraduate and graduate women in STEMM fields. The program will focus on providing resources, guidance, and support in order to enhance the personal, educational, and career skills that will help women in science excel in their STEMM career at the University of Kansas.

Each undergrad student will be matched with a graduate student mentor for the 2018-2019 academic year. The mentor and mentee pairs will be expected to meet for a minimum of 10 hours during the semester, and attend several events for the whole group including workshops, team building, and seminars.

Use this form if you are a undergraduate woman in STEMM and interested in being mentored.

Please contact emilytaylorcenter@ku.edu with any questions. 

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