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CAHSI is partnering with MentorNet to support the persistence of CAHSI students to degree completion. Someone is waiting for YOU, so join today!

There are two ways to join MentorNet:

    Invest in a CAHSI student as a mentor!

    Sharing your experience as a CAHSI alum with a CAHSI Computer Science, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (C-STEM) student is an investment that pays dividends for decades.

    Join the CAHSI MentorNet Community and help a CAHSI student begin investing in their future!

  • Get a mentor today!

    MentorNet is an open social network for mentoring that connects STEM students from freshman year through Ph.D. with mentors working in STEM fields. Mentees attend U.S. colleges and universities. Mentors must have an associates degree or higher in a STEM field.

How the CAHSI MentorNet Community Works

  • Join. Complete your profile at http://cahsi.org/mentoring
  • Connect. Mentees select a mentor and send a personal invitation. Mentoring is one-on-one – mentors receive only one invitation at a time and are matched with only one mentee. Pairs choose how to communicate – email, video, phone, text – whatever works for them.
  • Learn. Pairs receive weekly discussion topics designed to support the mentee’s development and persistence toward a C-STEM degree. Our topics help to start conversations that lead to meaningful interactions.
  • Share. Mentor-mentee pairs communicate for about 20 minutes per week during a four-month mentorship, but their relationships often last a lifetime.
  • Succeed. 92% of MentorNet mentees graduate with a C-STEM degree. Mentors report an increased sense of fulfillment and commitment to their professions and improved leadership and management skills.


MentorNet is an open social network for mentoring that connects C-STEM students from freshman year through Ph.D. with mentors working in C-STEM fields. Mentees must attend an accredited U.S. college or university.

Supported by funding through NSF grant number 1042341.

Questions?
Please contact: program@mentornet.net

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