The Réseau Technoscience who organizes the Hydro-Québec Science Fair has created a mentorship program for students working on scientific projects, and their teachers.
Cybermentoring is an online mentoring database that matches mentors interested in helping out students who are looking for a mentor. The mentors are scientists who volunteer to help students.
To assist you in determining if mentorship is for you, read the Practical Guides intended for students, mentors, teachers and parents. Before registering, make sure you understand the mentor-mentoree relationship.
Mentorship for Finalists
Youth Science Canada through its SMARTS program, offers mentorship to winners of the Quebec Aboriginal Science Fair who represent the region Aboriginal Québec Autochtone at the Canada Wide Science Fair (CWSF). Former CWSF participants volunteer to help familiarize students with the CWSF rules and regulations. The mentors help finalists to adapt their project to meet confidently this new challenge. Finalists and mentors will communicate with various networking tools.
For more information on mentorship, please communicate with:
Quebec Aboriginal Science and Engineering Association (QASEA)