Sharing "resources for teaching courses related to Latino mental health and related topics," the National Latinx Psychological Association's (NLPA) Teaching Resources portal will appeal to educators in and beyond STEM subjects. Materials are compiled and screened by NLPA members and include "sample syllabi," anti-racism resources, and a list of relevant research studies. Currently, readers can find a syllabus for seven courses, including: Latino Youth Development (created by Anabel Bejarano), Multicultural Psychology (created by Melanie Domenech Rodriguez), and Mexican American Counseling, Theory, & Research (created by Manuel X. Zamarripa), among other topics. Formally launched in 2002, NLPA is a membership organization dedicated "to creat[ing] a supportive professional community that advances psychological education and training, science, practice, and organizational change to enhance the health, mental health, and well-being of Hispanic/Latinx populations." Readers looking for additional resources from NLPA will find information on professional development, publications, and more on the Resources & Opportunities page.