A project mentor is one who is providing ongoing guidance, mentorship and encouragement to the student(s) while they carry out an in-depth study on a specific topic. MIT INSPIRE believes that the mentor plays a significant role in the development of the students' skill sets and should be recognized for his or her contribution and efforts. The mentor can be a teacher, high school administrator, or advisor at a professional, corporate or academic institution. Family members cannot serve as mentors.

In order for your mentor to be considered for the INSPIRE Athena Mentor Award, you must complete and submit this form no later than 11:59:59 PM EST on Jan. 19, 2018. Late submissions will not be accepted.

Only one nomination may be submitted per mentor. You may include feedback from multiple students in this nomination.

All decisions by MIT INSPIRE regarding mentor awards are final.

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Primary Student Nominator Details
Mentor Details
Name of school or other institution
Nomination Details
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