Mentoring

Mentoring

NANO 2017 Conference Mentoring Program

Student and young professional development is very important to TAPPI’s Nanotechnology Division and the Nano Division Student Committee.  Nano's Mentoring Program is designed to help young professionals make the most of their conference experience.  Experts will be paired with young professionals to mentor them during the conference.  This will include tips on making the most of the networking events, connecting with other researchers around the globe, and visiting the tabletop exhibitors. 

Key Events

Monday, 5 June, 2017
12:00 to 1:30pm: Student Committe Lunch – Meet Your Mentor/Mentee
Mentors and mentees are asked to attend the student lunch to be paired prior to the start of the conference.  If you cannot attend the Student Lunch, plan to meet your mentor/mentee at the Welcome Reception.

6:30 to 7:30pm: Young Professionals Mixer
Mentors and mentees are encouraged to attend the Young Professionals mixer as their first networking event.

Who is Eligible?

Mentees: Mentees are current graduate and undergraduate students or those working in industry for less than five years.  There will be a limit of 10 mentees for the program.

Mentors: Mentors are academics or industry professionals with greater than 5 years experience and a desire to work with students and young professionals. We are looking for about five professionals to act as mentors.

How to Participate

If you are interested in participating in this program, please indicate your interest as a mentor or mentee when you register for the event.  If there is sufficient interest in the program, you will be contacted to confirm your participation.  Young professionals will be asked to submit a résumé or CV to be appropriately matched with mentors.

Mentees will be paired prior to the start of the conference.  Program participants will meet at the Welcome Reception.