Mentors are needed for students at Baltimore's Dunbar High School participating in one of Maryland's first two Pathways in Technology Early College High School, or P-TECH, programs.
The program offers participating high school students mentoring, paid internships, two years of free college-level instruction, and advanced training in STEM-based fields so that, upon graduation, they would be in line for tech industry jobs. Johns Hopkins University is among the program's sponsors at Dunbar.
P-TECH at Dunbar is currently seeking mentors for a cohort of 50 freshmen for this school year. Mentors are encouraged to make three or four in-person contacts with their mentee each year, but they are certainly welcome to connect more frequently. Weekly communication—by phone, email, or text message—is also encouraged.
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