Faculty in the academic setting are expected to disseminate by writing for publication. However, novice faculty often have no prior experience in publishing and may feel overwhelmed with the process. Educating students at the graduate level is an ideal time for providing exposure to the process of publishing. Faculty can create a supportive, nonstressful environment to help students achieve success. This presentation will showcase the highly successful publishing mentorship program implemented in the Nurse Educator graduate program. As graduate students become educators, they will be mentoring their students through the process of writing for publication. Active learning strategies in this program for teaching the process of writing for publication include identifying a topic, audience, and journal; developing a manuscript; querying the journal editor; and submitting the completed manuscript. Exemplars of student success will be highlighted. This program can also be tailored for graduate professional programs and undergraduate students.