Mentoring Program for Emerging Scholars

Philanthropy & Education reserves space in each issue for scholar-practitioner empirical articles. To further encourage these submissions, the Philanthropy & Education editorial board is committed to mentoring the authors through the publication process. 

Scholar-practitioner and recent graduates’ submissions that are eligible for the mentoring program will go through the normal review process. However, after the double-blind-review process is complete, those articles that are determined to be revise-and-resubmits will be assigned a publications mentor from the editorial board. This mentor will help the author respond to the reviewers’ requests and prepare the manuscript for its second review.

To confirm your interest in Philanthropy & Education's mentoring program, please make sure to check off the appropriate box on the Submission Checklist page. If you have questions about Philanthropy & Education or the mentoring program, please email us at