Graduate Mentor Opportunities

Graduate Mentors-In-Residence are an essential part of Bunting-Cobb experience. These mentors help students to set academic and personal goals as well as model the transition from undergraduate to graduate school. Graduate mentors attend community programs and work together to create and sustain an atmosphere conducive to academic and social success. They also serve as representatives and ambassadors to STEM-related departments, centers, bureaus and institutes. Graduate mentors take an active role in engaging students in active learning about STEM majors, introducing them to additional resources on- and off-campus and encouraging them to connect their classroom learning to co-curricular experiences.

For further information on the positions and application process, please click below:

For more information please contact:
Beth Bors
Director; Bunting-Cobb LLC for Women in STEM
Coordinator; STEM Programs

Douglass Project for Rutgers Women in Math, Science and Engineering
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey