Mentor-Connect

Benefit from and contribute to the ATE program through Mentor-Connect

Get a Mentor
One-on-one Mentorship opportunity to prepare underserved and underrepresented technician education faculty in STEM disciplines for potential NSF ATE program funding in the small, new-to- ATE program track at NSF. Take advantage of no-cost technical assistance and resources for writing competitive ATE grant proposals.

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Be a Mentor

Trained or experienced Principal Investigators, Co-Principal Investigators, Project Directors with a desire to give back to the Advanced Technological Education program have an opportunity to share their expertise to help others compete for program funding.

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Become a Leader
Faculty have the opportunity for professional development to expand their skills as new grantees and grow as leaders in the ATE Program and STEM education.

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Mentor Connect offers opportunities for underserved and underrepresented technician education faculty in STEM disciplines to partner with trained and experienced principal investigators, co-principal investigators, project directors to develop grant writing approaches for successfully funding projects as well as promote leadership development in the ATE Program and STEM education.

Learn more about becoming a mentor or mentee at Mentor-Connect.org by following the link below.

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