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Mentors

When you are doing Canadian National Marsville (CNM), you are not alone! There are many resources available to help you if you have questions or run into problems. Below are some of the people you can contact.

CNM Site Contacts
CNM national coordinators and regional volunteers are available to answer your questions about implementing the CNM program, using the Blog, where to go for Link-up Day, etc. Contact information for National Coordinators as well as regional coordinators can be found on the Site Contacts page.

Participating Schools
Do you want to see which other schools in your region are participating? Would you like to contact a team in your city or from another part of Canada? Starting each January, participating schools can be found on the Schools page of Mission Control section. Once you have found a school you wish to contact, go to the Team Blog List and click on the group you wish to contact.

Mentors
Mentors are volunteer scientists who are available to assist with science and technology related program questions. The mentors are excellent role models for the students as many of them work in the field of space science – some have even participated in real Mars missions!

  • You can send in a request for an online mentor to education@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca.
  • Some mentors may also be available to visit you at your school. Contact your regional coordinator for tips on finding a mentor in your area.
  • Many mentors also attend Link-up Days to participate in activities and share their expertise with students.
  • Guidelines for Mentors