The CHAIM Centre is looking to fill 6 graduate mentor positions for the 2021 One Health Student Challenge!
Graduate Mentors are expected to guide interdisciplinary teams of undergraduate students throughout the competition as they develop an intervention to address a One Health issue facing our world today. This year’s Challenge will be fully virtual to comply with COVID-19 restrictions. Mentors must be present at the opening (January 29th, 2021), consultation session (March 5th, 2022), and closing (March 19th, 2021) online sessions. They are also expected to attend their team’s group meetings, act as a sounding board for ideas, mediate conflicts when necessary, offer resources to students, and communicate any questions students have to the organizing committee of the competition.
Each position will be compensated $800 at the end of the competition in the form of a stipend. To apply, applicants must be a registered graduate student at Carleton University and send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com by December 10th, 2020.
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