G^M relies on volunteers in order to keep the program free and accessible. Whether you are a parent or school hoping to bring G^M to you, or a high school student interested in being a mentor or joining our operations team, click below to see how you can get involved today!
Become a Mentor
Responsibilites of a Mentor
You have a very important role as mentor. Your own love of math will inspire these young girls. The participants will remember you and the fun that they had in Girls to the Power of Math. You are their role model.
Qualities of a Mentor
A good mentor will have the following qualities:
-Good organization and punctuality
-Strong communication skills - with adults and with children
-Adaptability to think on your feet and react to the students’ needs and levels of understanding
-A love of math
How to Apply
We are always looking for more people to get involved with us! If being a mentor interests you apply at the link below. We are also always looking for people to join our operations team. More information about the process is available on the application form. We look forward to reviewing your application!
Who is eligible?
All girls* in Grade 3 capable of learning in a group setting. This is not a remedial program. The program is FREE and runs after school for 1 hour weekly, for 10 weeks. We encourage all girls to sign up regardless of math ability or confidence. Our goal is to boost confidence and reduce the anxiety around math.
*While we use the term "girls" and "female-identifying", we invite non-binary students to apply as well.
Bring G^M to your child's school
We would love to run a program at your school. The first step is to get in touch with us and your school's principal! Contact us and let us know where you're located. We look forward to working with you!