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15 April 2024

Love STEM? Share your passion and boost your CV as a mentor to high school students in T2 2024

If you’re passionate about science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM), this volunteer opportunity is for you! 

In2science program logoBecoming an In2science mentor is a great way to help high school students – regardless of their background, gender or location – increase their understanding of, and love for, these totally awesome subjects.

How it works

You’ll spend one to two hours per week with Year 7–10 science and maths students over a 10-week period during Trimester 2 (T2) 2024. You’ll share your knowledge and experience of your field of study, and help students gain confidence with STEM.

You can choose to either be an in-class mentor or e-mentor:

You’ll also undergo pre-placement training before the program kicks off in the second week of T2.

Why you should sign up

It’s not just the high school students who benefit from this program! You’ll develop valuable communication and interpersonal skills that are essential for all uni STEM graduates, get an insight into the education sector, and have access to exclusive professional development and networking opportunities.

It’s also heaps of fun and will look great on your CV!

Who’s eligible and how to apply

To be an In2science mentor, you need to:

Keen to sign up? Find out more about the program and apply online. Deakin’s In2science Coordinator, Tordy Rowe, will then contact you with more information. Reach out to Tordy at [email protected] with any questions.

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