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Mentors and works with group of High School students on April 12 during the Math Forensics Conference on 3 projects (for about 8 hours – 8am – 4pm).
Meets with the three project coordinators during the semester (4 h per project) to practice and be mentored to work with the student participants (for a total of 12 h per semester).
Works with the conference organizers on coordination of the learning activities.
High school diploma or GED plus six months to one year of related experience is required.
Knowledge of mathematics and the uses in forensic science.
Skills in leading group discussions, activities, and hands-on projects on math and forensics.
Skills in mentoring high school and middle school students.
Able to communicate and present math/science ideas clearly.
Ability to work and collaborate with other students-mentors.
Ability to utilize effective verbal and communication skills.
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