MNT-EC partners with Mentor-Connect for Co-mentoring New to ATE grant proposals. Mentors help prospective grantees by sharing successful grant-writing strategies, knowledge, and resources with a goal of developing the next generation of Principal Investigators for the Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Program. MNT-EC Mentors will provide feedback on grant proposals, review NSF ATE requirements, and communicate with mentees periodically throughout the grant writing process.
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The MNT-EC Co-Mentor Fellows internship program is a future activity of the MNT-EC in partnership with Mentor-Connect. The MNT-EC Co-Mentor Fellows initiative will prepare interested co-mentors to help New-to-ATE college faculty learn to develop competitive ATE grant proposals and grow as leaders. The MNT-EC Co-Mentor Fellows internship facilitates the involvement of more members of the ATE Community, promotes an infusion of new ideas, and engages new talent in this important work. Those selected as MNT-EC Co-Mentor Fellows will have experience working within the NSF ATE community of centers and projects along with expertise in the subject matter of micro and nanotechnology.