Mentor Application Form for ACL mentorship Program
Fill out the information below to apply as a mentor for the new ACL year-round mentorship program.
- The typical workload for a mentor includes hosting Zoom meetings for Q&A with mentees, joining in our slack channel, etc.
- You will be matched with a group of mentees (10-20) and we will have some online Zoom/Gather.Town events for each mentoring group, perhaps once every 1-2 months, depending on the vacancy of the mentors.
- You can feel free to establish personal connections with your mentees
Thank you for applying!
Middle name (if applicable)
You are currently:
a PhD student
a faculty in academia
a research scientist in industry
Research topics of expertise (Choose all that apply)
Computational Social Science and Cultural Analytics
Dialogue and Interactive Systems
Discourse and Pragmatics
Ethics and NLP
Information Retrieval and Text Mining
Interpretability and Analysis of Models for NLP
Language Grounding to Vision, Robotics, and Beyond
Linguistic Theories, Cognitive Modeling and Psycholinguistics
Machine Learning for NLP
Machine Translation and Multilinguality
Phonology, Morphology, and Word Segmentation
Resources and Evaluation
Semantics: Sentence-Level Semantics, Textual Inference, and Other Areas
Sentiment Analysis, Stylistic Analysis, and Argument Mining
Speech and Multilinguality
Syntax: Tagging, Chunking and Parsing
Your time zone (Please answer by a name of a city/country, and we will have a program to look up the time conversion based on the city you filled in)
Additional comments that you want us to know
Thank you for applying to us! We will take a few weeks to review, and contact you if you successfully registered as a mentor with us. (The typical workload for a mentor is hosting Zoom meetings for Q&A with mentees, and joining in our slack channel.) For any questions, please feel free to email us at email@example.com
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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