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The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory’s Pathways to Science program is now partnering with ARISE to build a community of mentorships among students and scientists. Together, PPPL and ARISE will facilitate research among students.

Through our partnership with ARISE, PPPL provides students in the New Jersey area with sustained exposure to and inspiration from scientists.

Mentees: Mentors for the program are in high demand! We ask that you fill out the application and we will let you know if you are selected. We will try to match you with a mentor as soon as possible so that you can start brainstorming ideas for your mentorship goals!

Please tell us about yourself so that we can provide you with a mentor who best suits your needs by filling out the form. Your personal or any identifying information is never shared with anyone or any public or private entity. We will provide you, your teacher or parent with the mentor's contact information. We do not give student contact information to the mentors.

Apply here!

Mentors: Get Involved! Tell us a little about yourself: your name, where you go to school (or where you work), and what kind of science you're interested in! Your personal or any identifying information is never shared with anyone or any public or private entity. We will try to match you with a mentee as soon as possible so that you can start brainstorming ideas for your mentorship goals! 

Send us an email!

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