During the Mentorship Program semester (September through February), selected students are expected to devote at least two hours per day to:
- Carry out their investigation and data analysis
- Complete a Protege Journal every two weeks
- Maintain a dated lab notebook and log which will be checked regularly by the supervising teacher
- Complete a written report and project presentation at the Mentorship Symposium held in February
- Enter their completed project in the Niagara Regional Science and Engineering Fair held in March. This is optional, but strongly encouraged since success at this fair may facilitate participation in the Canada Wide Science Fair and subsequently the International Science and Engineering Fair.