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Here are a few networking resources:

  • Mathematical Association of America (MAA) has Membership, About MAA, Meetings, MAA Publications, Competitions, News, Programs, and Communities. is for careers in mathematics and sciences.
  • National Association of Mathematicians (NAM) is a non-profit professional organization in the mathematical sciences with membership open to all persons interested in the mission and purpose of NAM, which is to promoting excellence in the mathematical sciences and promoting the mathematical development of all underrepresented minorities.
  • The Benjamin Banneker Association (BBA) is a nonprofit professional organization with goals to advocate for the educational and professional needs for all children - mostly African American
  • National Institute of Science (NIS) BETA is continually striving to increase the numbers of well-trained minority scientists by giving students the necessary academic support, research experience, internship opportunities, and career choices needed to become top working professionals.
  • Gulf States Math Alliances (GSMath) consists of mentors and scholars in the states of Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi working to make education in mathematics and mathematically related to all subjects available to all scholars.
There are several groups of people nationally who are under-represented in the mathematical sciences. GSMath seeks to encourage and provide opportunities for members of underrepresented groups who wish to pursue undergraduate or graduate studies in mathematics or a mathematically related field. Under-represented groups are broadly defined and may include ethnic minorities, women, or first-generation college students.