High School Students helping Middle School Students

High school students across the bay area have been conducting various mentorship programs online for middle school students throughout the year. Here are details of some of them !!!

INARA Mentoring

Inara Mentoring started by a group of Homestead High School students are hosting sessions to help middle schoolers transistion to high school in a seamless fashion. 2021 Summer Session, will take place July 1 to July 31, for incoming high school freshmen. Middle school students will receive a crash course on high school (academics, extracurriculars, sports, general advice, etc.) through weekly workshops hosted by our mentors as well as have the opportunity to ask questions and receive personalized advice on all facets of high school through one-on-one weekly mentor sessions!

All sessions will be held through Zoom or Google Meet and students will be able to coordinate meetings with their mentor to fit their schedule. Registration will begin on June 9.

If you or your child is interested in signing up for our mentoring program, please fill out this interest form (https://forms.gle/RJpBpa8kb8hDzaLm9) to be notified when registration opens for our Summer Session. To learn more about our initiative visit http://inaramentoring.com/ or follow us on Facebook and Instagram @inara.mentoring.

Keystone Mentorship

Keystone Mentorship has had great success and recognition with over 200+ mentors at over 6 chapters (Cupertino High School, Evergreen Valley High School, Leigh High School, Lynbrook High School, Monta Vista High School, and Valley Christian High School). Their high school volunteers mentor students from middle schools such as Cupertino Middle School, Lawson Middle School, Kennedy Middle School. They have also launched our RISE program, which serves and caters to underprivileged students in the United States. For more details check their website www.keystonementorship.org

STEM NIGHT From Homestead High

STEM Night is an inter-club collaboration that is the largest STEM-themed event on Homestead’s campus! Join us for an afternoon of hands-on demonstrations, interactive activities, and engaging presentations in the all-new virtual platform of Gather Town. Explore a shared environment that models the Homestead campus, visit ten custom-built club booths and rooms, and have natural conversations in real-time through proximity-based video calling.

You can try out the demo at gather.town, and find out more about our event at bit.ly/stemnight2021! The event will take place on Tuesday, March 30th, from 4-6pm — join us at bit.ly/stemnight2021gather!

The event is completely free and is open to students of all ages interested in learning more about STEM! Fill out this form to RSVP!