We are looking to hire graduate and undergraduate students interested in being a Mentor for a new project for the Chicago Summer of Learning.
Mentors will be assigned to one of 25 teams comprised of high school students and will work to help guide them through science, technology, engineering, art or math (STEAM) based challenges.
We are seeking Mentors with a wide knowledge and interest in: science, technology, engineering, art, math, youth education, social justice and healthcare. Mentors will be expected to commit time on Tuesdays and Thursdays and will receive payment for their participation. Each Mentor is asked to make a five-week commitment to the Lab starting July 08, 2013. This work includes both work on-site and online.
If you are interested in being a Youth Mentor, please send your application→ and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org