EMERGE Telementoring

What is telementoring?

Telementoring is a virtual mentoring program where high school students are connected with trained Rose-Hulman students through various forms of social media.  Shelby County students have access to STEM related information, articles, experiments, and opportunities as well as the ability to ask questions of the Rose-Hulman mentors.

This program is currently run and funded by the IMPaCT partnership program and is free to selected Shelby County high school students.

How can telementoring help me?

  1. Help students adopt a proactive stance on learning and begin to create their own plan for career and educational choices.
  2. Help students develop the socio-cognitive skills to bridge the transition into high school.

Provide a consistent, reliable source of encouragement and advice, including scheduled or ad hoc online tutoring for academic subjects and help with homework.

How do I get a mentor?

Contact the person at the appropriate high school listed below:

Shelbyville High School:
Margaret Weaver, Guidance Counselor
(317) 398-9731 ext. 2113

Triton High School:
Joleen Lancaster, Director of Guidance
(317) 835-3000 ext. 1016

Southwestern High School
Angela Stegner, Guidance Counselor
(317) 729-5122, ext. 208

Morristown High School
Susie Swaney, Guidance Counselor
(765) 763-1221 ext. 3023

Waldron High School
Whitney Moore, Guidance Counselor
(765) 525-6822, ext. 5055

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