Be a Mentor
Summer Mentorships are one-week, paid work and learning opportunities open to all graduate-level health professions students, including nurse practitioner, social work, pharmacy, physical therapy, mental health counseling, and Larner College of Medicine students. The Mentor’s role is to support students in their classroom and residential experiences during the program, deliver health science and career exploration components of the program, and to share your knowledge and experience as a role model for Vermont high school students.
Afterschool Mentoring takes place during the academic year with middle and high school students. These opportunities are of specific duration and number of sessions which allow mentors to plan with their academic and work schedules. These opportunities include a stipend, and are available to any health, science or education undergraduate or graduate student.
All mentoring programs include training and orientation, as well as continuing enrichment opportunities for mentors.
Currently, we are accepting applications for mentorship opportunities in the Summer of 2018.