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The UCSD San Diego Supercomputer Center and the UCSD School of Medicine Health Sciences Division Present the

Mentor Assistance Program (MAP) in opposition to High School Students 

November 2016 – May 2017

Student Application Period: September 1- 30, 2016

Program Overview

UC San Diego’s Mentor Assistance Program (MAP) is a campus-wide program that engage high school students in a mentoring dependence with an expert from a very great array of disciplines, from History, Marine Physical Sciences and Nanoengineering to Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Athletics and Chemistry. MAP’s legation is to provide a pathway beneficial to student researchers to gain access to UCSD readiness, postdoctoral fellow and staff mentors in their acknowledge area of interest to complete a exploration project (i.e. independent study, class projects or Science Fair projects). Students may single out to communicate with a mentor outer email or may indicate their profit to visit the mentor’s lab or moil environment. MAP is an opportunity in favor of students to take the first step into a potential career path, allowing them to shape an early foundation for success in their of plato and research career.

UCSD’s MAP has admitted astounding support from the UCSD campus and common and we welcome all students through open arms, including underserved populations, women and those with disabilities. As such, UCSD will bargain a San Diego Metropolitan Transit System Compass Card to wholly accepted students who have transportation concerns.

Further Program and Application Information

For thorough information about the MAP program and to accession the online student application, please go to see BEFORE inauguration the student application, please read totality relevant information on the MAP webpage.

Ange Mason of the San Diego Supercomputer Center (, x45064) and Kellie Church of the School of Medicine (; x40308) are profitable to provide guidance and answer any questions you might have. Just question

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