Eligibility Criteria:
  • Only US citizens can apply.
  • Eligible applicants must be completing a graduate program in a behavioral health field (counseling, psychology, social work, or nursing), a medical program, or a psychiatry residency at an HBCU.
  • Selected applicants must be engaged in an internship, fieldwork, or residency experience during the course of the Ambassadorship.

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  • Upload Documents

    In this section, you will need to upload: - A current resume/Curriculum Vitae - Unofficial graduate transcripts currently showing that you are in “Good Academic Standing” Please be sure to upload both documents in their appropriate area only.
  • Max. file size: 50 MB.
  • Max. file size: 50 MB.
  • Max. file size: 50 MB.
    Skillfully construct a 3 page letter of interest that addresses the following components: The first page should provide some biographical information about yourself. Pages 2-3 should consist of the following: Why you would like to serve as a Behavioral Health Ambassador; Your current research interest, career objectives and how you plan to execute the 20 hour per semester time commitment. This letter should be submitted in a Microsoft Word document or PDF file only. Be sure to use headings in your paper.
  • Recommendation Link

    Please share this link with your recommenders. You are only required to have two (2) recommendations. One must be from a current graduate faculty member in your department and the other is a professional reference. No friends or family members are allowed to submit a reference for you. As references are checked, if any information is falsified, your application will be disqualified. Copy the link and send it to your two (2) references: https://goo.gl/forms/rRMZuKJgeSFVzioR2