M E N T O R S I G N – U P S
Volunteer mentors are the lifeblood of our events
Without them, Hi-Skule would be unable to run events at the scale we do
Hi-Skule Mentor for ’23 – ’24
Become a mentor today and have the opportunity to guide young students who are curious about pursuing a career in STEM. By signing up to be a Hi-Skule mentor you’ll be notified when volunteer signup is available for all Hi-Skule Mentorship Events.
F!rosh Exec for ’23 – ’24
Ready to make an impact as a Frosh Exec? Join the 2T3-2T4 Hi-Skule team today! Help recruit mentors and inspire the next generation of engineers. Apply by Sept 13th at 11:59 PM.
Women in STEM
If you’re a woman in high school with aspirations in STEM, this event is for you! This event is led by female UofT engineering students with the goal of empowering and educating the next generation of Women in STEM. You can look forward to keynote addresses, hands-on activities and workshops, and conversations that focus on the past, present, and future of women in STEM fields. Lunch will be provided.
Hi-Skule is excited to welcome you all to our new and improved engineering workshop event, Designapalooza. This event is traditionally offered to younger students in elementary school. But this year, we are opening our event to high school students from Grades 9 – 12 where they will get the chance to participate in more intricate workshops presented by our outstanding design teams and industry professionals.
Hi-Skule Mentor for UTHSDC
University of Toronto High School Design Competition (UTHSDC), is a competition that promotes engineering design thinking. High school students (grades 9-12) will be required to create solutions to a real-world problem that will be given to them on the day of the event, guided by MENTORS (YOU) throughout the engineering design process. UTHSDC will be happening on Saturday, Nov 26 (9 am – 6 pm) at Bahen Centre of Information Technology.
Hi-Skule Mentor for Mentorship Coffeehouse
Our first event of the year, Mentorship Coffeehouse will be happening on Saturday, September 30th at 10:30 am. Mentor’s responsibilities will include: signing in participants, leading ice-breaker activities, guiding participants to complete a design challenge, and cleaning up after the event. Note that mentors need to arrive at 10:30 am to be trained.