3. official transcripts of academic records of all graduate work;
4. evaluations by three persons who have observed the candidate's academic and applied performance.
Please Note: Effective January 2011, the University of Delaware requires a background check
that verifies that candidates have no criminal or other record that would preclude employment in the
University's judgment. These background checks will be conducted following the APPIC Match, but
the outcome of these background checks has the potential to preclude appointment, consistent
with APPIC Match Policy 4a. A full explanation of this policy is available at http://www.udel.edu/ExecVP/policies/personnel/4-111.html
All applications should be received no later than Friday, November 1, 2013.
Candidates who are considered finalists for the internship will be invited to attend a required on-campus interview. Typically, 27 candidates are invited for full-day interviews that provide opportunity to observe a staff or case management meeting, talk with small groups of staff throughout the day, and have lunch with current interns. Some financial assistance is available for travel expenses, with a hotel room provided for an overnight stay. These interviews provide candidates with the opportunity to meet the professional staff and learn about the individual theoretical approaches to counseling and psychotherapy, styles of supervision, professional activities, and involvement in training activities. The interview day intends to provide candidates with a breadth and depth of information about the internship and the CCSD, as well as an opportunity for CCSD staff to become acquainted with potential interns.
For the 2014-15 recruitment, the following days will be used for candidate visits:
Thursday, December 5
Tuesday, December 10
Thursday, December 12
Tuesday, January 7
Thursday, January 9
Tuesday, January 14
Thursday, January 16
Tuesday, January 21
Thursday, January 23
Tuesday , January 28
Center for Counseling & Student Development
261 Perkins Student Center, Newark, DE 19716