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We support several mentoring programs that establish connections between students/early career scientists and more experienced scientists. Our mentoring programs advance the scientific community by helping scientists build successful careers and networks in Earth and space science. Whether you are a mentor or a mentee, our programs can help you develop relationships with others who can help you learn and grow as a scientist.

If you are a student or early career scientist interested in finding a mentor, we can help you choose which mentoring program is best for you.

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    Mentoring is no longer exclusive to scientific conferences with Mentoring365! This global opportunity allows mentors to advise and share professional knowledge with mentees anywhere in the world. Apply to be a mentor or mentee today!
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    Mentoring365 Live is the in-person program complement to Mentoring365. There is a lot going on at scientific conferences; this program connects mentees with an experienced professional during the meeting.
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    AGU Mentoring Network helps build professional networks, create opportunities, and reduce obstacles for recent PhD graduates in Earth and space science. Each network is composed of two senior scientists and six early career scientists.
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    The Sharing Science Mentoring Program at Fall Meeting connects graduate students with established scientists and science communicators to engage about sharing their science with public audiences through outreach.
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    The Fall Meeting First-Timer Mentorship program provides guidance for navigating AGU’s abstract submission process, from writing an abstract proposal to developing an engaging virtual presentation.
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Mentoring resources

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