Mentor a High School Student in Research: UF Student Science Training Program (UF SSTP)
The UF Center for Precollegiate Education and Training (CPET) is currently recruiting research mentors for the 62nd Annual University of Florida Student Science Training Program (UF SSTP). We invite you to include one or more academically talented high school students in your research program this summer. 2020 program dates are June 7th – July 25th.
Students may be supervised by faculty, postdocs, or graduate students working in your lab. The designated individual will complete a background screening through UF HR and a short online training module through myufl.
For more information about this year’s UF SSTP, please visit the UF SSTP website.
If you are available to mentor a student, complete the Lab Mentor Response Form online.
Please feel free to reach out to Dehlia Albrecht, Youth Programs Coordinator (email@example.com) with any questions.
This is a Special Topics course that is 3 graduate credits – face to face or fully online!
This is an elective course that is open to ANY graduate level student, any major, and staff!
Course Description: This course will be beneficial to those who are getting ready to launch a career, or already working. Mentoring is for everyone! Learn how to set smart career goals, how to identify and seek the best mentor for yourself, be a mentor, and guide a mentoring program. You will develop greater self‐understanding as you prepare to be an eﬀective protégé and mentor.
For further information, contact: Dr. Linda Searby – firstname.lastname@example.org
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