Post-Doctoral Psychology Resident Program – San Carlos Apache Wellness Center, San Carlos, AZ
What is the Wellness Center?
The San Carlos Apache Wellness Center is a national award winning, CARF accredited, behavioral health program in a rural setting. We offer individual, family, couples and group psychotherapy to address mental health and substance abuse needs in children, adolescents, adults, and elders. We also provide prevention services, community education, case management, crisis intervention, school-based and detention-based services, and out-of-home placement assistance (i.e, rehab or detox placement, in-patient hospitalization, group home admission). We have an intensive day-treatment psychosocial rehabilitation program for the Seriously Mentally Ill. We also offer a weekly tele-psychiatry clinic.
Whom do you serve?
Our clients are Native American, as the Wellness Center is a tribally-run program under the administrative oversight of the San Carlos Apache Tribe. 97% of the people who utilize services are members of the San Carlos Apache Tribe and 3% are members of other tribes, though we will see people of any ethnicity in crisis situations. The people we serve are culturally and economically diverse, with 50% of the population being under the age of twenty-five years.
What is expected in your Post-Doctoral Psychology Resident training program?
This Psychology Resident program is affiliated with the Arizona Psychology Training Consortium (APTC), an approved and participating member of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC) training program, which means we have met APPIC training standards. This placement will be based entirely in our program, with the expectation that the Resident will attain 2000 hours of supervised psychologist training in a 12 to 18 month time frame, making them eligible for psychologist licensure in a number of US States. The Psychology Resident will provide primarily individual and group counseling with a focus on mental health and substance abuse, but there will also be opportunities for working with children, couples, and families. The Psychology Resident will be required to complete all clinical documentation in a timely and thorough fashion, and will be required to attend all agency meetings and trainings, as well as receive two hours of individual supervision sessions a week.
What is required to apply to our Post-Doctoral Psychology Resident program?
The Psychology Resident will have completed their doctoral degree and will provide proof of their graduation, via official transcripts and a copy of their diploma from an accredited college, university or professional school. Annual Stipend: $35,000 to $42,000 a year. The Wellness Center also provides outstanding benefits, including generous leave, comprehensive insurance [e.g., medical, dental, vision, disability, life], CEU/licensure support, and a 401[k] program. Note: This Post-Doctoral Fellowship is exclusively for Native American Ph.D., or Psy.D., graduates (who must be able to show Tribal enrollment documents to be considered as candidates).
If I am interested in this Post-Doctoral Resident position, whom do I contact?
Dr. Bob Henley; email: email@example.com; 1-928-475-4875 ext 1424
Are there deadlines for applying?
Applications are being accepted immediately, and will remain open until filled.
To view the San Carlos Apache Wellness Center webpage, please click HERE
Davidson Fellows Scholarships
The Davidson Fellows Scholarship awards $50,000, $25,000 and $10,000 scholarships to extraordinary young people, 18 and under, who have completed a significant piece of work.
Application categories are Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Literature, Music, Philosophy and Outside the Box. Davidson Fellows are honored every year in Washington, D.C. with Congressional meetings and a special reception.
To apply for the Davidson Fellows Scholarship, please click HERE
Catching the Dream Native American Scholarship Program
The mission of Catching the Dream is to help improve the quality of life in Indian communities through the higher education of Indian people.
We provide scholarship assistance for students who demonstrate academic achievement, clearly defined goals, leadership, the determination to succeed and the desire to return to their own communities and help other realize their dreams. From 1986 to 2006 we have maintained a success rate of 83% for our students. We have produced 637 graduates in that time.
To learn more about the Catching the Dream scholarship opportunities, please click HERE
Online Certified Medical Assistant Programs Directory and Scholarship Resource
The Online Certified Medical Assistant Programs Directory is a comprehensive online resource built for students thinking about a career and education in the medical assistant field. We have created this research-based site to give you all the information you need to make smart decisions about your future. Filter through more than 6,200 medical assistant training programs at more than 2,000 schools using the program directory we’re compiled for you. Use the directory to locate the program that best matches your study preferences, career goals, and lifestyle. Then, learn everything you need to know about qualifying to become a medical assistant in the guide that follows.
Also, browse the scholarships tab at the top of the page to see any available scholarship opportunities. You can access the site by clicking HERE.
Hugh J. Andersen Memorial Scholarship Program and Mary Ball Carrera Scholarship
The Hugh J. Andersen Memorial Scholarship was established in 1982 in honor of the longtime NMF contributor in Minneapolis/St. Paul. The scholarship is awarded annually to two 2nd and 3rd year underrepresented minority students in Minnesota medical schools in recognition of leadership and community service.
Mary Ball Carrera Scholarship for an outstanding Native American woman who is enrolled in an accredited US medical school. This scholarship provides $2,500.
Interested applicants should send an email to Scholarships@nmfonline.org and access the online application form on our website- http://www.nmfonline.org/programs/general-scholarships-awards#Andersen. By completing one application form, minority medical students will be considered for a number of scholarship programs for which they are eligible. Application deadline is November 8, 2013, 5:30PM EDT.
AAUW Career Development Grants
Career Development Grants provide funding to women who hold a bachelor’s degree and are preparing to advance or change careers or re-enter the workforce. Primary consideration is given to women of color and women pursuing their first advanced degree or credentials in nontraditional fields. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents whose last degree was received before June 30, 2009. Funds are available for tuition, fees, books, supplies, local transportation, and dependent care.
For more information, please click HERE.
Science, Mathematics and Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship for Service Program
The Science, Mathematics and Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship for Service Program is an opportunity for students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines to receive a full scholarship and be gainfully employed upon degree completion. For more information, please click HERE.
American Society of Hematology (ASH™) Minority Medical Student Award Program (MMSAP)
The MMSAP provides funding to medical students to engage them in the study of hematology and to help them attain valuable knowledge in the field through completion of a summer research experience and attendance at the ASH annual meeting. We are asking for your help in promoting this award program to your networks connected to students who would benefit from such an experience.
The MMSAP includes both research and mentoring components. Participants receive a stipend to complete an eight- to 12-week summer research project with a research mentor. The mentoring begins during the application phase and continues throughout medical school and residency. In addition to the mentoring, students receive a variety of immediate- and long-term benefits, including:
· A $5,000 stipend
· A travel allowance of $2,000 for attending the ASH annual meeting
· Complimentary online subscriptions to Blood, the official journal of the Society
· Networking opportunities at the ASH annual meeting with members of the Society’s Committee on Promoting Diversity and leadership, NIH representatives, and other trainees
· Experience presenting research to 200+ annual meeting special event attendees
· The guidance of a research and career development mentor
For the purposes of this program, minority is defined as individuals from racial and ethnic groups that have been shown to be underrepresented in health-related sciences in the United States and Canada, including American Indians or Alaska Natives, Blacks or African Americans, Hispanics or Latinos, Native Hawaiians or Other Pacific Islanders, African Canadians, Inuit, and First Nation Peoples. Thus, applicants must self-identify, and participants are drawn from this pool. Applicants must be enrolled in MD, DO, or MD/PhD medical school programs and be citizens or permanent residents of the United States or Canada.
Since the program’s inception in 2003, the Society has supported over 119 students, 18 have successfully applied for a second research experience. Each year we see an increased interest in the program, and we are hoping to expand our outreach further. Please help us attain this goal by forwarding the attached announcement and help medical students get ahead in their careers by applying to the ASH MMSAP. If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact Lisa Fanning at 202-776-0544, or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, please click HERE.
A.T. Anderson Memorial Scholarships
The A.T. Anderson Memorial Scholarship program was established by AISES in 1983 in memory of A.T. Anderson (Mohawk), a chemical engineer and an AISES founder. Annual scholarships are awarded to members of AISES who are American Indian/Alaskan Native (AI/AN) college students pursuing academic degrees in the sciences, engineering, medicine, natural resources, and math.
The A.T. Anderson Memorial Scholarship program is a cornerstone of AISES’ scholarship activty. Over 28 years, AISES has awarded $8,723,250 cumulatively in scholarship support to 4,934 AI/AN students. This is a competitive program. This year, 80 students were awarded scholarships from a candidate pool of over 160.
This merit-based scholarship program plays an important role in helping remove financial barriers to higher education among Native undergraduates and graduates majoring in the STEM fields. This is significant in light of U.S. Department of Education 2009 data showing that only only 185,000 AI/AN students were enrolled in higher education (a mere 0.6% of overall student enrollment). This fact, coupled with high drop-off rates from STEM to other areas of study contribute to underrepresentation of AI/ANs in higher education overall and specifically in the STEM fields.
This is a competitive scholarship program with strict eligibility criteria including 3.0 or higher cumulative grade point average (GPA). Eligibility information for all of AISES’ scholarship programs can be found HERE
American Indian College Fund Full Circle Scholarships
American Indian College Fund Full Circle Scholarships are open to Native undergraduate students attending tribal colleges and universities, Native undergraduate students attending non-tribal colleges and universities and Native graduate students attending any colleges. These scholarships are funded through the American Indian College Fund’s partnerships with corporate and private donors. These scholarships are administered by the American Indian College Fund and are generally based upon merit or demonstrated financial need.
Minimum requirements for all American Indian College Fund Full Circle scholarships include:
- U.S. citizenship
- Enrolled in a non-tribal college or university
- Registered as a member of a federal or state recognized tribe, or a descendant of at least one grandparent or parent who is an enrolled tribal member
- Applicants must have a minimum grade point average of 2.0, but many American Indian College Fund Full Circle Scholarships funded by our partners are more competitive.
- Submission of a completed on-line application
To view the list of current scholarships and their eligibility requirements or to apply for these scholarships, please click HERE
Society of American Indian Government Employees Summer Youth Program
Native college students 18-25 years old are invited to apply for a fully paid week-long developmental experience at the SAIGE annual Training Program in Spokane, WA June 3-7, 2013. It will be held at the Northern Quest hotel owned by the Kalispel tribe. Those who have recently graduated High School and are planning to attend college in the fall are also eligible. In order to be accepted, students must complete the application and return as indicated.
The Society has as its goals to encourage Native American youth to:
- realize their full potential by providing leadership in their community and schools,
- continue their education in order to gain college-level degrees, particularly in the multitude of public service professions, and
- ultimately, to seek a career in the government sector.
SAIGE also promotes the value of diversity in the federal workplace, including the traditional teachings and values of Native people. As Native federal employees, we have a great deal to offer our respective agencies and organizations as they strive to fulfill and honor the federal trust obligation to federally-recognized American Indian Tribes and to provide programs and services to American Indian and Alaska Native people, in general.
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2013 Summer Research Training Institute for American Indian and Alaska Native Health Professionals
For information and to register for courses click here.
The University of Hawai‘i at Mânoa Summer Sessions
Summer offers vital opportunities towards your college success:
• Smaller class sizes; campus is less hectic.
• Stay on track towards your degree – many high-demand courses are offered.
• Earn 3 credits in 6-week courses at the beginning of summer, freeing up the rest of your summer.
• Save money – enjoy current tuition rates before increases in the fall. The resident tuition rate applies for all undergraduate classes.
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