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Mentorship is a process involving communication between an advisor and a student. The advisor – a scientist, teacher, parent, or other individual– may provide guidance and advice in their area of expertise. A mentoring relationship may be informal (for example, if you already know someone with expertise in your area of interest) or may be formalized as part of a mentorship program. Mentors may make suggestions and help point students in useful directions, but cannot (a) come up with the project idea themselves, or (b) do the project themselves. Sometimes mentors provide equipment or laboratory space.

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Mr. Robert Young
chair@gvrsf.ca

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Greater Vancouver Regional Science Fair
c/o HR MacMillan Space Centre
1100 Chestnut Street
Vancouver, BC
V6J 3J9

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