One-year training positions are available for psychologists and child psychiatrists. In addition to a demonstrated interest in infancy and early childhood, applicants must have a PhD or PsyD in clinical, counseling, or school psychology and have completed an APA-accredited internship, or a MD/DO and have completed a residency in child and adolescent psychiatry. Minorities and bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply (must be a U.S. citizen) as many of the fellow clinical site placements are bilingual settings. Although most of the trainees in the program are full-time, occasionally arrangements may be made to pursue training on a part-time basis. Selected candidates for fellowship positions must complete all graduate degree requirements and provide proof of degree prior to starting fellowship. Postdoctoral fellows receive a stipend plus benefits and paid leave during their training.
In order to apply for a university-based fellowship position, please submit the following by 5:00 p.m. MST on DECEMBER 15th:
Your application will be considered for one of the fellowship positions that will start next September. Attempts are made to match an applicant’s areas of interest to the program’s clinical sites. Applicants meeting our initial requirements will be invited for virtual interviews, which will be held in January.
Advanced Community-based Fellows
Positions are also available for community professionals who are sponsored by the agency where they work and are released to attend fellowship didactics and supervision in-person one day per week for a year. The agency pays for the fellow’s training. Advanced Community-based fellows hold a masters degree in mental health, occupational therapy, speech therapy, early childhood education and allied fields and have a minimum of 3 years’ experience working with young children and their families. This fellowship is intended for professionals who have the potential to impact service delivery, policy, or education in their agency and community.
In order to apply for an advanced community-based fellowship, please submit the following. Applications accepted on a rolling basis based on availability.
Applications are accepted from prospective community-based fellows on a rolling basis as space allows.
All applicants are responsible for ensuring that all of their application materials are received by the above deadline date; incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
For additional information or questions, please contact the Harris Program Manager at 303-724-9758 or firstname.lastname@example.org