The Labor and Labor Movements section of the American Sociological Association offers a faculty-student mentoring program to all interested graduate students. This is an opportunity for you to connect with a professor in your field of interest beyond your home institution.
Past mentees have found this a really valuable experience: "I've received great advice, and I'm actually working on a paper with my mentor who has become an invaluable personal friend. Needless to say, I'm a big fan of the program."
The relationship may take the form of research training, advice on how to handle peer review of and constructive criticism to your emerging work, and general professional development. It is also simply a chance for you to meet a professor with interests similar to yours, to connect and share ideas.
Please use this form to indicate your interests, and we will pair you with someone. It’s that simple! Also, if you’re not currently an ASA or LLM member, please change that here.
Section Council, Graduate Student Representative
CUNY Graduate Center
Chair, Labor and Labor Movements
University of Copenhagen