To provide peer and one-to-one mentoring and to create a sense of community that supports and empowers communication sciences and disorders (CSD) students from underrepresented racial/ethnic populations by:
- connecting self-motivated students with experienced mentors in meaningful mentoring relationships;
- supporting mentoring relationships through ASHA engagement opportunities;
- providing online resources for all students and mentors seeking tools, information, and inspiration; and
- facilitating the recruitment and retention of underrepresented racial/ethnic minority students.
To be the premier ASHA mentoring community for underrepresented racial/ethnic students―a community that aspires to grow an ASHA membership reflecting society's diversity.