Pitt Mentor Overview

Pitt Mentors Overview

If you ever had an inspirational teacher, role model or mentor, you probably still remember how important they were to you. Perhaps you had a teacher who gave you challenging math problems that really got you thinking, or you heard a talk by an astrophysicist who opened your eyes to the wonders of the universe. If you're a scientist, chances are someone encouraged you or provided a unique hands-on opportunity that got you excited about science - and helped you to realize your potential while giving you the confidence to explore your dreams.

If you are a faculty member in the Schools of the Health Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh, the Office of Science Education Outreach, Health Sciences, invites you to consider becoming a PITT Health Science Mentor. Upload your research opportunity on our website https://rtp.hs.pitt.edu

How to Get Involved

If you are interested in serving as a PITT Health Science Mentor, consider becoming a mentor. 

Background checks are required for anyone who will have a significant likelihood of regular contact with children. The clearances required are: 1) Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare Child Abuse History Clearance; 2) Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check; and 3) FBI Criminal Record Check. Please visit the University of Pittsburgh Office of the Provost website for more information.

The University of Pittsburgh Office of Human Resources also has information on the University's policies regarding Child Protection Clearances.