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.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)

It is a career-development program to prepare Cornell graduate students and postdocs for a faculty career. The primary audience for this program is doctoral candidates and postdocs with a demonstrated commitment to advancing diversity, inclusion, access, and equity in academia, including but not limited to those from backgrounds historically underrepresented in the academy.