Who Should Become a Member?
Professionals from all disciplines can benefit from membership, but our primary research focus is mentoring in academia. Staff members in higher education, faculty members, and students at the undergraduate, graduate and post-doctorate level will benefit the most from membership, as the majority of our literature represents these areas. The literature also contains a smaller selection of research for practitioners, business executives, youth mentors, and non-profit organizations.
Access to 400+ research papers on a range of subjects pertaining to mentoring, including mentoring: STEM Fields, Graduate and Undergraduate Students, Fine Arts, Faculty and many other fields.
The Chronicle of Mentoring & Coaching is a bi-monthly academic publication that includes bios and interviews from leaders in the field, mentoring tips, book reviews, literature reviews and more!
A platform for networking! Create discussions, threads, and comment on other member’s posts. An opportunity to connect and create dialogue with mentors and mentees all over the world!
Over the next few years, we will be releasing select video footage from the keynote and plenary sessions at the conference.
In the next year, we will be providing publishing opportunities for our members. Stay tuned for more information coming soon!
A 10% Discount on the Mentoring Conference Registration Fee.
Annual Membership Fees