STEM Pipeline Mentorship Program

STEM Pipeline Mentorship Program

Supporting the entry and success of young women in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics through structured networking and professional development opportunities.

 

Background Information

The STEM Pipeline Mentorship Program was launched in 2015 as a way to support young women pursuing STEM fields and careers through a peer and near-peer group mentoring structure. We believe that fostering more inclusive and diverse STEM communities relies on both training women in practical skills such as time management, goal-setting, and financial planning and creating networks of women in STEM that are committed to supporting and assisting one another in succeeding. We have bi-monthly meetings composed of skills-based workshops and social events that allow for training, knowledge sharing, and opportunities for program participants to get to know each other and build a network of support. This program is generously funded by the UA Commission on the Status of Women.

What Participants Have to Say

 

We are now accepting applications for the 2016-17!

This program is open to high school, college, and graduate students interested in and/or pursuing STEM fields.

If you would like to apply to participate in 2016-17, please contact Jill at jillmwilliams@email.arizona.edu.

High School Students who are under the age of 18 must bring the following forms, signed by a parent or guardian, to the first workshop:
Permission Slip 1
Permission Slip 2
Permission Slip 3
Permission Slip 4

If you have any questions please contact Jill Williams at jillmwilliams@email.arizona.edu and include "Pipeline Mentorship Program applicant" in the subject line.