Rachel McAdams is teaming up with Marvel to help young girls discover the magic of science and technology

By Kara Warner
Updated September 19, 2016 11:00 AM
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Who wants a mentorship with Marvel Studios and the Walt Disney Company?

If you are a young woman between the ages of 15-18 and interested in science, technology, engineering or math, Marvel and Disney have a special announcement for you. It’s their latest efforts to continue encouraging young women to pursue science or technology-related interests: Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange – the Magic of STEM challenge.

In an exclusive video, Doctor Strange star Rachel McAdams explains more about the mentorship program.

“Marvel Studios is offering an exciting unique opportunity to girls just like you,” McAdams says in the video. “To discover and share the magic behind science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM.”

McAdams, who plays Dr. Strange’s “colleague and confidant” Dr. Christine Palmer in Strange, also outlines the parameters of the contest with help from previous contest winner Maia Dua.

The nuts and bolts of the contest includes: Submitting a video that shows your journey in discovering the magic of science, technology, engineering or math, finding a mentor and learning their secrets and finally, uploading what you’ve learned into a Vlog.

The top five finalists selected will be invited to the red carpet world premiere of Doctor Strange and one grand-prize winner will be selected from the five finalists to be mentored by The Walt Disney Studios Digital Team.

For more information about the contest visit: magicofdrstrange.com Entries will be accepted September 19, 2016 through October 5, 2016.