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The Career Mentoring (CM) Fellows program seeks physicists working in industry or academia, who are interested in mentoring undergraduate students, learning and teaching about diverse career paths of physics degree holders, and establishing a stronger connection with the physics community. The CM Fellows program is a one year commitment with program activities taking place over a full calendar year.
Applications for 2021 Career Mentoring Fellows are now closed.
Please note: In addition to the application, a statement of support must be submitted by a student or early career physicist who you have worked with as a mentor, teacher, or volunteer. These must be emailed directly to Midhat Farooq, APS Careers Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Career Mentoring Fellows will:
Each CM Fellow will also be expected to:
Physicists working in industry as well as those in academia, including graduate students, postdocs, or faculty, are encouraged to apply.
Ideal applicants will have:
Applications are no longer being accepted.
To qualify, you will need to submit an application answering questions about
You will also need to provide a half page statement of support from a student or early career physicist detailing your investment in mentoring or supporting students and early career physicists.