News and Events
Practicum / Internship Mandatory Meeting and Application Deadlines
This meeting is for all students in Adult Education, Clinical Mental Health, Rehabilitation, or School Counseling who wish to do their Practicum or Internship in Spring 2014.
There are two possible meeting dates:
Tuesday, September 10, 5:00 pm - 5:50 pm OR
Thursday, September 12, 5:00 pm - 5:50 pm
Both meetings will be held in the School of Education - Room 160
Practicum / Internship Application Deadlines
Adult Education, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling
Spring Semester: October 30, 2013
Summer Semester: March 15, 2014
Spring Semester: October 15, 2013
Summer Semester: N/A
Applications for each track can be found by clicking here.
Retirement Celebration for Dr. David Lundberg
Associate Professor, Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Thursday, May 9th, 2013
Proctor Hall First Floor Lobby
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
All past and current students plus staff and faculty of the School of Education are cordially invited. Please RSVP no later than Monday, May 6th to email@example.com
Regina Moore Awarded Scholarship from NBCC Foundation
Regina H. Moore of Lexington, North Carolina, has been awarded the 2013 NBCC Foundation Rural Scholarship. The rural scholarship is awarded to counseling students who commit to practicing in rural areas upon graduation.
The mission of the NBCC Foundation is to leverage the power of counseling by strategically focusing resources for positive change. The rural scholarship was created in 2009 to improve access to counseling services in rural communities, which suffer disproportionately from a lack of mental health care. Nearly 60 students from across the country applied for the five rural scholarships, and the NBCC Foundation Board of Trustees awarded an additional scholarship due to the high caliber of this year’s applicants.
As one of six 2013 rural scholarship recipients, Ms. Moore will receive $5,000 to support her counseling education and recognize her commitment to the underserved. Ms. Moore is a graduate of North Carolina Wesleyan College and is enrolled in North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s school counseling master’s program. Having grown up in Davidson County, North Carolina, she is currently giving back to her hometown by working as a graduation coach in a local school. After graduation, she looks forward to continuing to serve her area as a school counselor, inspiring students to achieve their dreams.
The NBCC Foundation has also awarded six $5,000 military scholarships to increase the number of counselors available to serve military service members, veterans and their families.
The NBCC Foundation plans to continue offering scholarships to increase the number of counselors in the areas where they are needed most. For more information or to make a gift in support of the Foundation’s mission, please visit www.nbccf.org.
The Department of Human Development and Services at North Carolina A&T State University will host the 7th annual Rehabilitation of Racial and Ethnic Minorities with Behavioral Addictions (REMBA) Conference on April 18-19, 2013, at The Grandover Resort in Greensboro, North Carolina. The theme for this year's conference is, “Moving Outside the Box of Trauma and Addiction: Fostering Resilience, Hope, and Recovery in Communities of Color.”
The REMBA Conference attracts Rehabilitation Counselors, Community Counselors, School Counselors, Counselor Educators and Supervisors, Human Service Personnel, Human Resource Professionals, Administrators, Students, and others interested in learning more about addictions in underrepresented communities. CEU's & CRC's will be offered.