• Pinkerton Science Scholars

    We are excited to share that with the Pinkerton Foundation's generous support all of our student participants - current and alumni - are officially Pinkerton Science Scholars. We are consistently inspired by our community of scholars! 


    For more information on the Pinkerton Foundation's support, please see this press release: http://www.thepinkertonfoundation.org/news/pinkerton-expands-science-mentoring-for-high-school-scholars

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  • Welcome to the new Consortium site!

    Check out the website's new look. You'll find we have changed not only our look but also our content with updated information about our programs, press, social media and most importantly how to get involved. Enjoy exploring our new and improved website!

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  • Congrats Class of 2016!

    Congrats to all our scholars who are graduating high school this year! As Director of Youth Learning and Research at AMNH, Dr. Preeti Gupta, stated at this year's Student Research Colloquium: "You are all not ordinary students. You have each made significant contributions to the field of science." We know that you each will continue to lead the future of STEM! 

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Resources for Programs and Mentors

There are many resources for mentors and for programs to train their mentors.  Here are a few that may assist new programs and mentors:

Dr. Cathy Savage-Dunn: Impacting High School Students As a Science Mentor

Dr. Cathy Savage-Dunn, mentor in CUNY College Now’s STEM Research Academy, discusses the impact that authentic science research experiences has on high school students and why it’s great to have them in the lab. The STEM Research Academy is part of the NYC Science Research Mentoring Consortium.


Dr. Sara Ruane: Growing as a Scientist and Mentor

Dr. Sara Ruane, mentor in the American Museum of Natural History’s Science Research Mentoring Program, discusses the importance of being a mentor to high school students, and how it has helped her grow as a scientist. The Science Research Mentoring Program is part of the NYC Science Research Mentoring Consortium.