Cal Poly to Pilot Advancing Inclusive Mentoring Program

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Cal Poly is piloting the Advancing Inclusive Mentoring (AIM) Program in the first three weeks of Summer Session 1 between Monday, June 26 and Friday, July 14. There is no cost to participate. This training is open to all faculty, staff, post-docs and graduate students who mentor students participating in research, scholarly, and creative activities.

Learn more and indicate your interest here. Please RSVP to participate by Friday, June 16. If you are not available during the first three weeks of the summer but are still interested, please also RSVP to indicate your interest.

This pilot is co-led by the Office of Student Research, the Center for Teaching, Learning & Technology, CENG & CLA SURP, and the Empowering Autistic Scholars Program.

For eligible participants (more info provided on the RSVP form and in the CTLT Stipend Eligibility Policies document), a $300 stipend is available from the CTLT to encourage your participation.