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Mentoring365 Live is the in-person program complement to Mentoring365. There is a lot going on at scientific conferences. Undergraduate students, graduate students, and early career professionals are paired with more experienced attendees during the meeting to help them get the inside scoop. Mentors provide you with advice that ranges from resume or CV feedback to guidance throughout the meeting. The program also provides you with structured, relationship-building tools to develop and accomplish focused career goals. Take the next step in furthering your professional development by joining Mentoring365 Live today.
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Participating in the Mentoring365 Live program is an excellent opportunity for students and early career professionals to expand their network and receive targeted advice from Earth and space science professionals. Mentees receive mentor recommendations and can select a match that will best fit their mentoring needs.
Current undergraduate and graduate student members as well as early career professional members who are attending Fall Meeting are eligible to apply. Participants commit to a minimum of one 30-minute in-person mentoring session during the meeting, however, we encourage mentors and mentees to schedule additional sessions.
Volunteering to serve as a mentor in the Mentoring365 Live program is an excellent opportunity to give back to the community and play a vital role in nurturing the next generation of scientists. Participants commit to a minimum of one 30-minute in-person mentoring session during the meeting, however, we encourage mentors and mentees to schedule additional sessions.
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