Seven Generations Center of Excellence in Native Behavioral Health Post-Baccalaureate Program
Native American students with a completed bachelor’s degree in psychology or related field, but not yet accepted into a graduate program in counseling or clinical psychology are eligible for a 12 month stipend to meet additional requirements for acceptance. Two stipends are available each year from 2012-2017 dependent upon funding.
- $15,000 stipend/year paid monthly.
- Travel to the Society of Indian Psychologists Conference with students in June.
- Interaction with the Native Health Research Team.
- Native American (American Indian, Alaska Native, or Native Hawaiian ancestry).
- Completed bachelor’s degree in psychology or related field.
- Not yet accepted into a graduate program in clinical or counseling psychology.
Preparation for application into a graduate program in counseling or psychology including:
- Preparation for the Graduate Record Exam (GRE).
- Working with mentors to prepare personal statement for admission materials.
- Working with mentors to prepare curriculum vitae for admission materials.
- Working on interviewing skills to prepare for interview for admission to graduate program.
- Taking additional coursework necessary for admission maintaining a 3.0 GPA, if needed.
- Working on research for better preparation for admission.
- Interact with faculty on research or coursework to develop relationships necessary for recommendation letters for graduate school.
- Take the GRE.
- Apply to Graduate School in Clinical or Counseling Psychology.
- Participate in program evaluation.
Selection will be made by the SGCoE Internal Advisory Council.
To learn more about applying, contact: