Mentors hold the key to engage, inspire and enrich the next generation of fisheries professionals. To help with this, AFS staff are committed to working with mentors during the Hutton Program. AFS recognizes the importance of stimulating interest of fisheries science and management among groups underrepresented in the fisheries profession, including minorities and women.


Browse here to learn how to apply to be a Hutton Mentor, ways to recruit student mentees.

Learn about Mentor application requirements and activities.


Try gaining information about Mentoring in our Resource Bucket where you learn about activities that puts you in the best possible position to be an AFS, Hutton J.F.B Program Mentor to high school students.


Explore how to become part of Hutton J.F.B program by signing up to be a Hutton Champion!


There's also a listing of web-based activities for you to do that will keep your passion for Fisheries science as a prospective, current and former Hutton Scholar.


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