Adolescence Education Department

Adolescence Clinical Residencies

Graduate students: A limited number of full-time students in the professional or additional certification master's degree in adolescent education program will be selected for clinical residencies this year, through a competitive process.

Benefit: Receive six credits of graduate assistantship during both the fall and spring semesters, saving a third of the total tuition cost.

Deadline: March 1. Applications received after that date will be reviewed subject to availability.

Timeline: Complete the program by the end of next year's summer Session II.

Commitment Required
Criteria for selection
How to apply for a clinical residency

Questions? Contact:

Jim Black

Jim Black

Associate Professor / Graduate Program Director in Adolescence Education
Golisano Academic Center 201