Summary

Math Mentorship Program is one of the outreach projects of the Mathematics Department at University of Toronto, pairing Grade 11 and 12 high school students interested in the field of mathematics study and research with graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and faculty in the field. Mentors are expected to meet their students on a regular basis and mentees are expected to produce a research poster at the end of the program. I participated in this program for two years. My students prepared projects on Algebraic Graph Theory and Quiver Representation Theory.