Mentoring and the development of successful mentorship interactions are a particular focus SACNAS. In our research activities, events, and programs, we strive to understand mentoring best practices and mentoring specific to underrepresented minorities. And, we're excoted to share what we are beginning to learn with our community.
- At the Heart of Mentoring: Dr. Stanley Atcitty - Learn more about how presenting a session at the SACNAS National Conference is a key mentoring activity.
- Meaningful Mentoring - Native American & Latino Success Stories - by Jenny Kurzweil & Lin Hundt, published October 5, 2007 in AAAS' Science Career Magazine
Whether you’re a student presenting research & connecting with mentors or a professional giving back to the next generation, membership means taking part in something greater than yourself. With SACNAS, you're part of a community of scientists; you belong.
Contribute to SACNAS
Each year, over $1.5 million in sponsor, grant, and individual donor funding supports SACNAS programs and brings over 800 students to the conference on travel scholarships. Help change the face of science today by making a contribution.
Be a Volunteer
Be a part of the SACNAS community by authoring a SACNAS News article, sitting on a committee, or joining the SACNAS board. Enjoy public speaking? Consider chairing or speaking in a conference session. Want to offer your support, guidance, and feedback? Be a mentor-judge for student presentations in your field. Update volunteer interests in your user profile to get involved.