The Department of Educational, School and Counseling Psychology is recruiting master’s students interested in interdisciplinary school mental health practitioner training leading to state credentialing in school psychology or school counseling.

The MINT Program Trainee includes:

  • Paid tuition for two years (during completion of master’s course work)
  • Annual stipend of $19,020
  • Eligibility for state credentialing in school psychology, school counseling, or social work upon completion of the student’s program
  • Opportunities for both on-campus and online/remote learners
  • High-quality interdisciplinary training across school psychology, school counseling, and school social work, including learning to implement an innovative school mental health model with population impact
  • Agree to work in high needs schools for 1.5 years after graduation

For school psychology, contact:

Wendy Reinke

Associate Vice Chancellor for ResearchCurators' Distinguished Professor

Keith Herman

Curators’ Distinguished Professor

For school counseling, contact:

Christopher Slaten

Department Chair - Educational, School, and Counseling PsychologyNorman C. Gysbers, Ph.D. Faculty Fellow in Counseling PsychologySchool Counselor Program Coordinator

Jacqueline Swank

Associate Teaching Professor