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Volunteer Clinical Supervisor
Title:Volunteer Clinical Supervisor
Application Deadline:Application Currently Open
The NBCC Foundation is accepting letters of interest from National Certified Counselors (NCCs) who are licensed as counselors and who meet regulatory requirements to provide clinical supervision in one or more states or jurisdictions. This is an opportunity to provide clinical supervision to a fellow or scholar who has recently completed their degree and is working to accrue the supervised experience required for licensure. This substantial commitment enables a fellow or scholar committed to an underserved population to obtain clinical supervision which may not otherwise be available to them.
Volunteer clinical supervisors will provide services to fellows or scholars consistent with licensure board requirements and professional supervision standards. In addition, volunteer clinical supervisors will complete brief reports for the Foundation. Clinical supervisors will receive an online orientation to the Foundation prior to engagement. The duration of each clinical supervision arrangement will be determined by the requirements associated with the fellow’s or scholar’s licensure process. The Foundation strives to match clinical supervisors with fellows or scholars based on interests and experience.
Volunteer clinical supervisors must meet the following eligibility requirements:
  • Master’s or higher degree in counseling;
  • National Certified Counselor (NCC);
  • Licensed as a counselor and meeting licensure board requirements to provide clinical supervision;
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with racially and ethnically diverse populations; and
  • Experience related to providing mental health or substance abuse services to underserved minority populations.
Interested NCCs who meet the above requirements should include a brief letter of interest and a résumé or curriculum vitae. The letter of interest should demonstrate eligibility and explain the candidate’s interest in being a volunteer clinical supervisor and their expected involvement in the clinical supervision process. 
For more information about the NBCC Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) and Scholarships, visit www.nbccf.org.
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