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Second-Chance Mentoring Available

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Community college faculty who have had ATE project proposals declined during the past 24 months are eligible for help from Mentor-Connect’s  Second-Chance Mentoring to re-apply for funding. Second-Chance Mentoring provides faculty teams with advice from an experienced mentor to rework and resubmit ATE grant proposals.

The application deadline is April 1. But Mentor-Connect responds within days to Second-Chance Mentoring applications so work with a mentor can begin ASAP.

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