Through Mathematics and Science Partnership funding, the NH DOE is pleased to announce the availability of electronic mentoring through the New Teacher Center and the University of California at Santa Cruz. This program is available for middle and high school mathematics and science teachers who are in their first through third year of teaching. NH has trained online mentors who have been participating in this program for the past few years. Funding for new mentees is available through the MSP funding and NH DOE. Visit the e-Mentoring for Student Success (eMSS) Web site to learn more about the eMSS program, or contact Jennifer Rainie at (603) 271-7450 or Jennifer.Rainie@doe.nh.gov.