Become an MFP Volunteer.

Volunteers play a vital role in the Minority Fellowship Program. Sign-up to help impact the lives of our Fellows and prepare the next MFT leaders to provide direct mental health and substance abuse services to underrepresented and minority populations, conduct research, and teach in these areas.


Selected MFP Mentors will provide academic, professional and career development guidance to AAMFT MFP Fellows.  MFP Mentors are marriage and family therapists or other behavioral health professional volunteers.

Ad-Hoc Members


Becoming an Ad-Hoc reviewer for the Minority Fellowship Program is a great way to help contribute to the growth and development of the MFT workforce.

Advisory Committee

Advisory Committee members will provide programmatic and professional guidance aid in the growth and development of the AAMFT Minority Fellowship Program.