SBN Mentorship Program - For Students & Trainees in Clinical Neuropsychology
A core mission of the Society for Black Neuropsychology (SBN) is to increase the representation of  neuropsychologists, students, and scholars from diverse backgrounds at every level of training.

Mentorship is an integral part of career development and early mentoring of trainees can mitigate the current problems with the student pipeline. The SBN Mentorship Program seeks to provide guidance, application materials, and professional development events to students and trainees at all levels. Our mentorship program strives to link students and trainees with mentors, who are relatively more established than themselves in neuropsychology (i.e., doctoral students, post-doctoral fellows, neuropsychologist).

The SBN Mentorship Program will offer the following:
1) Mentees will be paired with a mentor based on their interest, needs, and topics to be covered.
2) Application materials such as personal statement, CVs, fellowship and scholarship applications.
3) Professional development events.

By completing the SBN Mentee Application, you are agreeing to be part of the SBN Mentorship Program.  Mentees will be accepted and matched based on the availability of mentors and the mentor's fit with the mentee's area of interest. We will work with matching mentees effectively, however, there is no guarantee that a mentee will be matched with a mentor with all preferences met.

As a mentee in the SBN Mentoship Program, you would be asked to:
1) Meet regularly with your mentor at time intervals agreed upon by you and your mentor (this will be formalized by the SBN Mentorship Contract).
2) Participate in mentorship-related webinars and events hosted by SBN.
3) Complete feedback surveys.
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