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.
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.
If you would like to be considered as a mentee for the next session, fill out this form.
Mentees are matched, to the best of our abilities, to mentors based on shared interests.
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.