Mentorship

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CISAC Mentorship

A program for women and under-represented minorities in national security

What is the CISAC Mentorship Program?

The CISAC Mentorship Program is designed for undergraduate women and under-represented minorities in national security to be mentored by CISAC Fellows. The objective of the program is to advance women and under-represented minorities in national security fields as defined in CISAC's mission statement.

Who can be a mentee?

Stanford University undergraduate students* that are intereseted in national security.

*It is not a requirement for the mentee to be a woman or an under-represented minority but preferences will be given to those applicants.

Time commitment:

At least four 30-minute meetings are required per quarter. More meetings can be scheduled between the mentor/mentee depending on the mentor's availability and mentee's needs. 

Application:

If you would like to be considered as a mentee for the next session, fill out this form.

If you would like to be considered as a mentor, contact Dr. Gil Baram.

Mentee/Mentor matching:

Mentees are matched, to the best of our abilities, to mentors based on shared interests. 

Decision:

New mentees are expected to be chosen twice a year. You will be notified whether you were chosen as mentee/mentor for the program about one month after the registration is closed. 

 

If you have any other questions regarding the program, contact Dr. Gil Baram.