Thank you for your interest in NC State’s Counseling Center’s Post-Master’s Fellowship. We anticipate offering three positions for the 2018-2019 Fellowship year. You will find information about the application process below. Please feel free to contact the Training Director (Richard Tyler-Walker, email@example.com) regarding any questions you may have.
Minimum Experience/Education: Recent Graduation from accredited Master’s Program in Counseling or Social Work and completion of an Internship or Field Placement at a University Counseling Center or equivalent clinical experience. Also, demonstrated progress in application for licensure within applicant’s discipline.
Departmental Required Skills: Established commitment to multicultural competencies. Candidate must have had prior clinical experience (during Training is sufficient) and experience in assessing for risk and managing crises. Strong interpersonal skills required.
Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education: Experience in a University Counseling Center is desirable. Preference for candidates who are generalists with experience utilizing a time-limited model of care. Preference for candidates who have experience and strong interest in providing outreach presentations and group work..
The Application process for the 2018-2019 academic year has the deadline of March 9th. The application is available at: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/83745 and also posted at https://www.universitycounselingjobs.com/.
The Application must be submitted online through the human resources portal at: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/
Application materials will include:
- Completed University Application
- Statement of interest and how the Post-Master’s Fellowship at NC State fits with your experience, training goals and longer term plans
- Vita detailing educational, training, practicum, and employment experiences
- Contact Information for References, two of which must be from persons familiar with your recent clinical/counseling work. (It is fine to provide this in your vita).
Skype interviews will be held in March. Skype interviews typically average 45 minutes in length and are conducted with members of the staff. Applicants are notified of invitation for a interview via email and are asked to sign up through an on-line scheduling program.
For questions about our Internship Program, please contact
Richard Tyler-Walker, PhD, LPC-S
via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
NC State University
2815 Cates Ave. Box 7312
Raleigh, NC 27695-7312
The Post-Master’s Fellowship is for a full Academic year (August through July) and Fellows must be able to commit to full-time work. Focus of time will be on direct service with clients. The Fellowship will be renewable for a second year if both the Fellow and Center are in agreement
The stipend for the internship is $30,000 annually (August through July). The training program also provides full benefits and leave equivalent with an EPA position at the university. This includes full employee benefits, including health care and flex options. Interns receive the same amount of leave as other EPA employees. Annual leave is accrued at 8 hours per month, and sick eave is accrued at 8 hours per month. In addition, interns have university holidays off. The university typically closes between Christmas and New Year to save on energy costs. Depending on the designated state holidays staff, including interns, may need to use some leave during this time (usually 0-2 days). Leave requests must be submitted for approval and it is encouraged that larger amounts of leave taken during slower times of the semester to allow us to better serve students. Please review NC NC State University Benefits Website for more information. In addition, Interns will be provided with professional development money and educational leave.
Fellows receive a University ID which allows them access to the NC State University Library and check out materials for an extended length of time. Fellows also have membership at the university recreational center (for a nominal fee), access to many cultural and social events on campus, use of the Wolfline bus, and access to dining facilities on campus.
Fellows are also entitled to purchase a staff parking permit. Transportation will deduct the cost monthly, pre-tax, from employees checks if they prefer. Fellows receive clerical and technical support for client scheduling, business and travel arrangements, computing, and general office functions. Each Fellow has a private, fully furnished office with a computer and wi-fi access. Fellows are also eligible for a number of other employee discounts that are outlined on the HR Benefits page.
There are nearby a number of other activities that are close by that might be of interest. The Pullen Arts Center, run by the city of Raleigh, is adjacent to campus and offers affordable classes in pottery, jewelry making, painting and more. Pullen Park is also close-by and houses picnic areas, paddle boats, playgrounds, and a merry-go-round and mini-train. The location of the university allows for numerous opportunities.