Summer Mentorship Program Application

Thank you for your interest in the Summer Mentorship Program in the Health Sciences.  Please review this information before you begin the application.

Please note that you must be 16 by June 30, 2021 to be eligible for this program.  In the application you will be asked to provide your name, your gender, your contact information, the contact information for your Guidance Counsellor/Teacher, the contact information for your parent(s)/guardian(s), emergency contact information, as well as a statement of interest.  You must provide an email address that you can access regularly.  Please ensure your email address is correct before  you submit the form because we will use this to communicate with you. 

You will need to connect with your guidance office to get a copy of your transcript or your credit counselling summary.  The transcript/credit counselling summary is attached to the application as a .pdf or .jpeg.  Please do not attach your Ontario Provincial Report Card as it is not an acceptable substitute and your application will be considered incomplete. 

The information that is collected from this application will not be shared with any other university departments or external contacts.  The information that we collect is used to consider your eligibility for the SMP.  If you are admitted to the SMP, we will share the information that is collected in your application with the school board for the purpose of administering the high school credit (GLN 4O - Navigating the Workplace).

A copy of the application will be sent to the email address that you provided in the SMP application once it is complete.  Please contact La Toya Dennie, Outreach Coordinator, if you have not received a copy of your application immediately after you complete the form.

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The options identified below are based on the terminology used by the Ontario Human Rights Commission in the Policy on Discrimination and Harassment Because of Sexual Orientation and the Policy of Preventing Discrimination Because of Gender Identity and Gender Expression. [2] Trans refers to a person who identifies with a gender other than the one assigned to them at birth, or to a person whose gender identity and gender expression defers from stereotypical masculine and feminine norms. It is also used as an umbrella term for those who identify as transgender, transsexual, trans, gender variant, gender non-conforming, genderqueer, or an analogous term.
[3] Indigenous peoples of Canada include First Nation (status or non-status), Inuit, and Métis peoples.
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Thank you for your interest in the Summer Mentorship Program. Unfortunately, the program does not accept applications from students that do not live or attend school in Ontario. You cannot be considered for admission to the SMP and you will not be able to complete the application. Please email if you have any questions.

Please provide your own personal email address. Important information about the interview process/program will be directed to the email address that you provide.