Mentorship Program

What is the CU-Prime mentorship program?

The newest part of CU-Prime is our Mentorship Program, which started as a pilot program in Spring 2014 and officially launched for the Fall 2015 semester. Designed as a low-commitment way to participate in CU-Prime and get connected in the Physics Department, the Mentorship Program aims to build a lasting community between students at different levels of study within physics and STEM. We match undergraduate mentees with graduate (or experienced undergraduate) mentors, who then meet together at least once a month. We also organize regular activities for mentorship groups to meet and learn from each other.

How do I get involved?

If you are a graduate student or upper-level undergraduate, you could be a CU-Prime mentor! Just fill out the Mentor Sign-up Survey, and we'll get in touch during the next round of mentor-mentee matching.

If you are a newer student interested in Physics or STEM, you'd be great as a CU-Prime mentee!

Just fill out the form below.