Thank you for your interest in running for the NASW board. This form will collect some basic information.
Apply for the NASW Mid-Career Mentoring Program
This application is for those interested in applying to the NASW Mid-career mentoring program.
The dates for the program are:
3pm ET/12pm PT Thursday, March 17, 2022: The Mid-Career Resume
3pm ET/12pm PT Thursday, March 31, 2022: Work/life Balance
3pm ET/12pm PT Thursday, April 14, 2022: Career Pivots
3pm ET/12pm PT Thursday, April 28, 2022: Contracts and Negotiations
3pm ET/12pm PT Thursday, May 12, 2022: Expanding your skillset
3pm ET/12pm PT Thursday, May 26, 2022: From Writer to Editor
Participants will also be able to interact and network via a Slack group devoted to the program. Each recorded 60-minute Zoom session will be followed by 30 minutes unrecorded, to allow participants to ask any sensitive questions they may have.
Participants: 60 (max) mid-career science writers (with 5 years or more experience)
Cost: Free to NASW members
Prep: Please plan to participate in all recorded Q&A sessions and in the Slack community.
For full information, please visit https://www.nasw.org/article/applications-are-now-open-first-nasw-mid-career-mentoring-program
To express interest, fill out this application form no later than March 1, 2022. We will be in touch in the week following to update you. In the event that we have more applicants than spots, we will seek to include a diversity of voices, career paths, and geographic areas and will prioritize early applications.
We'd like to know where your career has taken you since your NASW Diversity Fellowship. Your answers to the following questions will be used to help shape the fellowship and evaluate its impact on diversity.
Your responses will be used internally by NASW for program evaluation purposes and in the aggregate to promote the fellowship to future applicants.
Now that your summer internship is over, we'd like to know how it went and where you think you'll go from here. Your answers to the following questions will be used to help shape the fellowship and evaluate its impact on diversity.
Your responses will be used internally by NASW for program evaluation purposes and, in the aggregate, to help promote the fellowships. We may contact you for permission to use quotes or other material in promoting the fellowships.