Mentoring and Networking Forum
Our Collaborative Mentoring/Networking Forum on Hispanic Research was developed to reach a broad range of scholars interested in studying issues relevant to Hispanic children and families.
With more than 340 members, the forum is a way to foster connections, discussion, and mentorship between emerging and more established scholars, and to connect emerging scholars with one another. Forum activities include:
- Frequent discussion questions on a range of topics, such as research interests, collaborative opportunities, and professional development
- Job announcements and funding opportunities
- Links to other resources and tools
Collaborative Network for Emerging Scholars
The Collaborative Network for Emerging Scholars is a growing database of approximately 1,200 individuals and 530 organizations based on interest generated at conferences, or solicited via other announcements, that can be tapped into for targeted outreach and dissemination to researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and other valuable stakeholders.
Network members receive regular updates on job openings and funding announcements, conferences and events, opportunities for collaboration, and other professional development opportunities.