Join us for an afternoon of scholarship!
The AMCD Mentoring Program Committee will be hosting a virtual AMCD Mentee Research Symposium on Friday, June 5, 2020 from 1:00pm-3:30pm. The Research Symposium is designed to highlight the research of our 2020 AMCD Mentees and will cover the following topic areas:
Aja Burks,Doctoral Candidate, Wayne State University
A Longitudinal Exploration of the Perception of Ruptures and Repairs in Cross-Racial Supervision
Teneka Gash, Masters Student, Nicholls State University
Educational Resiliency: The Minority Status Stress Experiences of African American Female Counseling Students in PWIs
Jeanelle Godson, Masters Student, California University of PA
The Color of Rural: An Exploration of Counselors of Color Experiences in Rural Counseling Settings
Janelle Jones, 2nd year Doctoral Student, The University of Alabama
Lift Every Voice and Remember: Examining Racial Trauma Experiences of Black Baby Boomers
Olivia Ngadjui, Doctoral Candidate, Idaho State University
What about us? Perceptions of Counseling Students of Color on Representation in Andragogy and Curricula
The AMCD MENTORING PROGRAM is designed to provide access and support to graduate students and new professionals through mentorship and developing the professional and leadership skills.
See you on June 5th!