Nurturing Success: The Power of Mentorship for Latinx Psychology Students and Early Career Professionals

In the multifaceted realm of higher education, embarking on a journey in psychology can be both exhilarating and daunting for Latinx students and early career professionals (ECP). The quest for knowledge, the pursuit of professional growth, and the navigation of career pathways often require more than just textbooks and lectures. It necessitates guidance, support, and a nurturing environment that understands the unique challenges and aspirations of Latinx individuals within the psychology field.

The mission for this program is to empower Latinx students and ECPs in psychology by providing them with the advice, guidance, support, and counsel they need to navigate the intricate landscape of higher education and professional growth.

Building Bridges, Nurturing Futures

Mentorship goes beyond a mere exchange of information. For Latinx individuals in psychology, having a mentor who understands their unique journey, cultural background, and challenges can be a game-changer.

By sharing their insights, lessons learned, and industry expertise, mentors empower mentees to navigate the complexities of academia, research, clinical practice, and beyond.

Zoom Informational Session

If you are interested in learning more about the NLPA Mentoring Program, please attend our information session on January 17, 2024 at 8 PM EST.

Applications are open from November 2023 to January 20, 2024.

For more information about the Mentoring Program, please visit HERE.


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