What is the Science 50:50 Mentor Program?
The Mentor Program is an avenue for high school girls to ask career related questions and for career advice from some of our Science 50:50 partners.
- Are you a high school girl in Years 9 to 12?
- Do you have a question about science and technology career paths?
- Do you want to find out what working in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) related job would be like?
PLEASE NOTE: The Mentor Program is intended for students to ask about career paths and about STEM jobs. If you have a question that is about specific degree requirements and degree structure, our friendly Future Students Team can be emailed on email@example.com.
How does it work?
You can seek the advice of our mentors by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we will direct your question to a suitable mentor!
When you send your email make sure to use "Science 50:50 Mentor enquiry" in the subject line and to include the following information in your email;
- Full name
- School name
- The year you are in at school
- Your career related question!
Who are the Mentors?
Our Mentors work in a range of exciting scientific roles. Their job titles include a Senior Principal Research Scientist, Curator of Amphibian & Reptile Conservation Biology, Experimental Scientist in the Mineral Resources Flagship area, Associate Deans, Project Manager, Raw Materials and By-products Superintendent, the list goes on! We have over 30 Mentors in our Science 50:50 Mentor Program!
Have a look at where some of our Mentors work below: