The primary purpose of the ASLE Mentoring Program is to offer graduate students and early career scholars career guidance and other forms of professional support. Some examples include guidance in academic scholarship or creative writing, service as outside readers on dissertation committees, help navigating the job market, advice for publishing, and support for faculty members in early career tenure-track and precarious positions.
Over the years, the mentoring program has evolved to support the ASLE community in various ways:
If you are an ASLE member and would like to work with a mentor, please fill out and send in this application.
If you are interested in becoming a mentor, or if you have questions about the Mentoring Program, please contact the Co-Coordinators of the ASLE Mentoring Program, Erin James ([email protected]) and Elizabeth Dodd ([email protected]).
Mentoring Program Articles Archive
Several short articles and updates have been published in ASLE News to make visible the mentoring relationships that develop as a result of the interactions between mentor and mentee. Click to read the compiled texts of these articles.