Professional Learning

AP Mentoring

Get ongoing support in a small, online group setting with fellow AP teachers.

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New Subjects Available

AP Mentoring is available in the following additional AP subjects for the 2022-23 school year: Art and Design, Biology, Calculus, English Language and Composition, and Spanish Language and Culture.

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Session Options

CED & Course Planning

Available: Fall Semester
Experience Level: New or Experienced
Focused on the course and exam description, curricular requirements, and course planning. Learn how to better manage and plan your course.

Strategies & Pedagogical Tools

Available: Fall Semester and Spring Semester
Experience Level: New or Experienced
Focused on instructional strategies, tools, and best practices to be used in your classroom.

Assess & Reflect

Available: Spring Semester
Experience Level: New or Experienced
Focused on the scoring rubrics and reviewing student samples to help teachers work with their students to succeed on the AP Exam.

"I have learned so much from [my mentor]. I'm already implementing many of the items we spoke about such as applying historical thinking skills, essay writing, focusing on themes and connections, pacing the content and the list goes on."

AP U.S. History teacher

Join Us for AP Mentoring

AP Mentoring is your opportunity to have ongoing support in a small, online group setting with experienced AP teachers. Your mentor group will be tailored to your needs and experience level. 

Step 1

Register for a session based on what you’d like to focus on and your experience level in your subject.

Step 2

Select a mentor group that aligns with your schedule and your preferred mentor on our AP Mentoring online platform.

Step 3

Meet with your mentor group once a month using our AP Mentoring online platform.

Step 4

Attend all four meetings and complete a feedback survey to receive your certificate of 0.4 CEUs.

Registration Fee



Fall Semester (Sep-Dec)

Spring Semester (Jan-Apr)







To see if you qualify for the member rate, check the College Board membership directory.

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Fee Waiver

Fee waivers provide funds for teachers at high schools serving minority or low-income students who have been traditionally underrepresented in AP courses to participate in the AP Mentoring program. The deadline to apply for a fee waiver for the 2022-23 school year has passed. More information about fee waivers for the 2023-24 school year will be available in early 2023.

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Contact Us

If you're an administrator interested in offering AP Mentoring for your teachers or if you have additional questions, please contact us.