The Rollins School of Public Health (RSPH) Mentoring Program, MentorRollins, matches public health professionals with students to enhance professional development, promote conversation and communication, and increase knowledge of public health as practiced in the community. It provides seasoned professionals in the field of public health a unique opportunity to make a personal contribution to the professional development of RSPH students.

With support from a mentor, students will:

  • better understand public health as practiced in the community
  • gain valuable information about professional organizations
  • begin to build a professional network
  • expand career options
  • develop a realistic career plan
  • learn how professionals balance life and career
  • receive suggestions on how to better prepare for professional life

Through discussions, networking events, and other forms of interaction, mentors will have the opportunity to expose students to the skills needed to excel in the professional world.

If you have additional questions regarding MentorRollins, please reach out to us at


Atlanta-Society-of-Mentors-Logo-2022.pngEnhance your mentoring skills and contribute to cutting-edge mentor training. 

The Emory Chapter of the Atlanta Society of Mentors (ASOM) works to provide faculty and research trainees in the STEM disciplines with relevant, timely training to improve mentoring practices, to enhance mentoring relationships, and to promote inclusion of diverse perspectives and career interests.

The Emory Chapter has been active since 2016 and currently has more than 150 members, including faculty, postdocs, and graduate students from across the university.  ASOM provides regular mentor training workshops for faculty, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows, as well as other mentoring-focused programming. Member meetings are held monthly to discuss, organize, and execute best practices that advance mentor training at Emory. For more information, visit the ASOM website where you can find announcements about upcoming programs as well as a list of faculty, who have completed mentor certification.