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Transitioning into the professional arena from a doctoral program or a postdoc can be difficult. The AGU Mentoring Network is an initiative of the College of Fellows that goes beyond traditional mentoring by creating groups, or small networks, that include senior scientist mentors and peer mentors, which meet virtually once per month over the course of a year. Each network is composed of two senior scientists and six early career scientists. The network helps broaden opportunities and limit the obstacles for early career scientists just starting out professionally in the Earth and space sciences. Mentors share their experiences and support burgeoning early career scientists and mentees are empowered by a network of peers and mentors. Mentor and mentee applications are no longer being accepted for 2019.
If this doesn’t seem like the right fit for you, learn about our other mentoring programs.
Small network groups of two senior scientists and six early career scientists will meet for one hour per month through virtual teleconferences for one year. At the conclusion of the program, mentees have the option to remain as a peer group and mentors have the option to join a new network group.
1 May – Mentor applications open
7 June – Mentor application deadline
10 June – Mentee application deadline
3 July – Mentee application deadline
August – Mandatory call with all mentors
September – AGU Mentoring Network group calls begin
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