It's a STEM research mentorship summer program for female and genderqueer high school students. Each participant is paired with a mentor for a month to work on a research project based on the participant's research interest. At the end of the program, participants present their research at the Talaria conference and receive a Talaria Scholar certificate. Participants who complete the project also have the option to submit their paper/report for review and get published in the annual Talaria journal.
CU EMPower is a mentoring program at Cornell University that supports the personal and academic development, and achievement of first-year undergraduate & graduate students.
A one-to-one mentoring program sponsored by the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society. The goal is to connect mentees with experts in society to expand networks, gain new knowledge and insights, and build new skills.