Hack for Social Good Mentorship
Want to become a Hack For Social Good Mentor?
We welcome all University of Washington students who have appropriate backgrounds and skills who want to work with middle and high school students. Some possible majors, though not limited to them, include Informatics, Computer Science, Design, and many more! As a mentor, you will work with a team of students, guiding them from start to finish to complete a design project and pique their interest in technology.
Why become a mentor?
Hack for Social Good is an inclusive and open event that welcomes students from all backgrounds and skill sets. This may be your first time mentoring, or maybe you have done it before. However, this will be a great opportunity to further develop collaboration and teaching skills. We hope that becoming a Hack for Social Good mentor helps you build or find a community of tech enthusiasts.
- Prepare to be a great mentor by attending a training session on March 3, 2023, at 6 p.m.
- Have availability March 31, 2023, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. in person at the UW’s Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center.
- Guide students through the design and ideation process of creating a solution to a social justice issue provided.
- Proactively check in with your team of students, answer questions they may have, and provide feedback.
- Relay any information, questions and/or concerns to Hack for Social Good directors.
If you are interested in becoming a mentor, please fill out this form by February 27, 2023, and we will be in contact with you soon!