If you have questions about the MARI social work fellowship opportunities, now is your chance to ask them in real time! Join Anu Agrawal and Nicole LaBrie for the MARI social work fellowship virtual open house. The event is scheduled for 4-5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25.
The virtual open house will provide applicants with an opportunity to:
- Learn more about the general scope and expectations of the fellowship positions at UCCF (child track) and the Psych Clinic (adult track).
- Meet and interact with the social work supervisors, including Anu and Nicole.
- Ask questions about the application process, both the child and adult track fellowships, and what a fellow can anticipate during the training year.
The social work fellowships are an advanced clinical training program. The adult track starts this fall and will run through fall 2021. The child track begins February 2021 and runs for one year. There is a potential opportunity to extend for a second year, depending on performance.
The post-MSW training program was established to advance practice competency, professionalism, and leadership in the field of clinical social work. It is designed for clinical social workers with a limited license (LLMSW) in the state of Michigan.
MARI Social Work Fellowship Virtual Open House Details
- When: 4-5 p.m. (EST), Friday, September 25
- Where: Virtual via Zoom – https://umich.zoom.us/j/92098660974
- Who: The session will be led by Anu and Nicole, supervisors in the fellowship program. Any one who is interested in pursuing a social work fellowship through MARI should attend.
Learn More About the Fellowships and Apply
- MARI currently has two fellowship applications open — one for a child track position and one for an adult track position. You can review the application requirements and submit an application for each here:
- To learn more about the objectives of the MARI social work fellowships, stipends and other details, see: MARI Social Work Opportunities
The deadline is 11:59 p.m. Sept. 30, 2020 to apply for both the child-focused and adult-focused fellowships. All applications need to be submitted through the U-M job posting site to be considered.