The Mentor Center at Shodor is year-round program that will reach 60 middle school and high school students across the Research Triangle Park area. The Center is an expansion of Project SUCCEED, a year-round program for students to participate in authentic research and to collaborate with practicing scientists in the field of computational science. Shodor will enlist scientists from various partner organizations who want to be mentors, but who may not have the resources or physical space to initiate a mentoring program, thereby increasing the number of students who can take advantage of research opportunities. Students will be trained in computational science, modeling, and scientific visualization and then matched with a mentor/intern for engaging science exploration.


Area Served:
Research Triangle and surrounding areas

Program dates: year-round

Open to: middle and high school students

Bob Panoff
Executive Director
The Shodor Education Foundation, Inc.
PH: 919/530-1911
Fax: 919/530-1914
300 West Morgan Street, Suite 1150
Durham, NC 27701

Mentor Center
The Shodor Education Foundation, Inc.
Computational Science Education Reference Desk
National Computational Science Institute
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