The APSA Mentoring Program has been relaunched with an updated format. Mentee enrollment is now open until October 13, 2017. APSA anticipates making 30 short term (fall semester) and 30 long term (academic year) matches. Matched mentors and mentees will be invited to participate in an online orientation session. Matches will be made on a first come, first served basis. Request a mentor as soon as possible.
Enroll now at www.aspanet.org/mentor.
Dr. James McHugh has been a wonderful APSA mentor, providing me with invaluable advice on pursuing a career in academia.” – APSA Mentee
“I am very glad to have been able to make these contributions to the mentorship program. This is the third time that I’ve had an opportunity to serve as a mentor and each experience has been rewarding.” – Dr. James McHugh, APSA Mentor
About the APSA Mentoring Program
The APSA Mentoring Program was created in 2003 and connects undergraduate, graduate students, and junior faculty from all backgrounds to experienced and senior members of the profession for professional development support on academic and career topics. The APSA Mentoring Program aims to connect students, scholars, and professionals seeking advice, support, and guidance with volunteer mentors in the discipline. APSA encourages members to share their expertise and experience through mentoring.