Share Your Training and Experience with Students...
BECOME A MENTOR...
Do you have training and professional experience you would like to share with students?
Project SPARC is looking for subject matter experts that can serve as student mentors. Your role as a mentor is to guide and support the students with their activities and projects. You can help the students develop new skills and knowledge and watch as they put these abilities into practice through their SPARC activities.
Whether you have one hour to give or you can come in a few days a week after school, have technical or non-technical expertise, Project SPARC has a mentoring role for you.
Project SPARC is divided into six student groups. The following list describes each group and the needed mentoring expertise.
Become a SPARC Mentor
Responsible for membership, assignments, public relations and logistics
Planning, Marketing and Public Affairs, Communication, Media Administrative, Photography, and social media
Define and coordinate flight activities
Aerospace engineering, astronomy, aviation , systems engineering
First Aid and CPR Training, Space Medicine and Crew Health
Physiology, Nursing and Medicine
Computers & Automation
Responsible for hardware, software, LANs, servers, web development, and video streaming
Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electromechanical Engineering, Software Development and IT
Build, improve, maintain and manage SPARC facilities and infrastructure
All engineering disciplines, construction (Carpentry, electrician, etc.) and construction management
Build, program, operate autonomous and remote controlled robotic vehicles
All engineering disciplines, Robotics and Software Development