Recruitment and Retention

"The Association continues to attract increasing numbers of professionals from under-represented populations, including males" ASHA's Envisioned Future: 2025

Over the years, ASHA has engaged in many recruitment and retention projects with the goal of diversifying our membership. It continues to be a strategic objective as outlined in ASHA's Strategic Plan: Strategic Pathway to Excellence.

Recognizing that there are multiple dimensions to diversity, the following materials are a compilation of successful recruitment, retention, and career transition strategies for increasing the numbers of individuals from under-represented racial/ethnic minority backgrounds in graduate and professional programs.

Additionally, the Minority Faculty Search is a service available to recruit qualified faculty in communication sciences and disorders.

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