STEM - MAV Mentor Directory

Seeking STEM Volunteers as High School Mentors

One of the most important ways you can give back to the engineering community is by inspiring the next generation. The AHS recently launched its 2nd Annual MAV Student Challenge, which includes a category for high school teams. High school teams can greatly benefit from a mentor who is familiar with vertical lift technology, and who can provide technical advice and act as a role model in the science and engineering community.

We highly encourage you to join your colleagues who have already volunteered (listed below) and become a MAV competition mentor. Your participation will help AHS play a critical role in inspiring, motivating, and educating the next generation of scientists and engineers. As a volunteer mentor, you'll interact with participating high school teams virtually or in person, on a schedule of your choice. Why not join your colleagues and sign up for this great opportunity right away!

Please contact the AHS STEM Team with any questions, and we look forward to your participation!

Current MAV Competition Mentors

Dr. Jonathan Rogers
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA, United States

Expertise: My expertise is in the areas of vehicle design and flight control, and I have extensive experience designing and flight testing novel robotic vehicle configurations. You can check out my webpage at http://www.me.gatech.edu/faculty/jonrogers.


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