HTHS students participate in a semester-long Mentorship Program in their senior year. The students attend their mentorship all day, each Friday, during the fall or spring semester. Mentorship rotations begin in September and February. At the conclusion of the mentorship program students write a paper and give a presentation about their mentorship experiance. Successful completion of mentorship is a requirement for graduation from HTHS.
After each day of working with their mentor, students must log their time spent at the mentorship site and write a log entry detailing the activities performed and problems encountered that day. Mentorship logs are kept in an electronic format and can be checked by the mentorship coordiantor at any time.
- AT & T
- Brookdale Community College
- Columbia University
- International Flavors and Fragrances (IFF)
- Mitre Corporation
- Monmouth Medical Center
- Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
- Rutgers School of Engineering