Practicum and Internship • Information is provided in the Manuals for applying for practicum/internship, practicum/internship site requirements, practicum/internship site supervisor requirements, practicum/internship faculty supervisor requirements, practicum/internship student expectations and requirements, and copies of required forms. • The manuals can be accessed at http://ualr.edu/chpr/graduate-programs/rehabilitation-counseling/practicum-internship/ • Deadlines for practicum and internship applications are as follows: Fall Semester: June 15 Spring Semester: September 15 Summer Semester: March 15
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INTERNSHIP STUDENT STEPS 1. Attend the Internship Orientation session in term prior to desired internship. 2. Select a permanent SOC faculty member to serve as your academic internship advisor. 3. Identify appropriate internship sites. 4. Contact internship sites and complete their application process. Note that some sites require extensive background checks – begin early! 5. Secure a written confirmation of acceptance at internship site as well as a list of tasks/ duties for the internship. 6. Complete internship application form. 7. Write SOC internship proposal essay* and attach to internship application form. *Essay must describe the following: a. The agency/unit, it’s mission and functions b. The duties, responsibilities, and learning activities onsite c. Relevance of internship to your studies in sociology. 8. Submit SOC internship application – SOC/ A&S Internship Form – SOC Internship Proposal Essay – Internship Site Confirmation of Position signed letter – Internship Site List of Tasks/ Duties
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INTERNSHIP STEPS 1. Attend the Internship Orientation session in term prior to desired internship. 2. Select a SOC faculty member to serve as your academic internship advisor. 3. Identify appropriate internship sites. 4. Contact internship sites and complete their application process. Note that some sites require extensive background checks – begin early! 5. Secure a written confirmation of acceptance at internship site as well as a list of tasks/ duties for the internship. 6. Complete SOC internship application form. 7. Write SOC internship proposal essay and attach to internship application form. 8. Submit SOC internship application – SOC/ A&S Internship Form – SOC Internship Proposal Essay – Internship Site Confirmation of Position signed letter – Internship Site List of Tasks/ Duties
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Practicum and Internship • Clinical training is designed to enable students to apply the information, concepts and skills they have learned in their academic courses. All students must complete the prerequisite courses with a “B” or better before they enter practicum. • All Practicum requirements must be completed prior to beginning the Internship experience. • The policies, procedures and requirement documentation for the Practicum fieldwork and Internship fieldwork experiences are located within the Practicum Manual and Internship Manual, respectively, and both manuals are intended to provide the student with detailed information and procedures for applying for and participating in his/her rehabilitation counseling practicum and internship experience.
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SA Strategic Plan reporting example – Counseling Center • The Counseling Center completed a CAS Review and developed a scorecard for implementing recommendations. (1.2) • The Counseling Center partnered with various programs across campus in order to enhance student success. These presentations and program partnerships include but are not limited to: Residence Life; SOAR; Taylor Health and Wellness; Study Away; General Education Program; Student Affairs, and many others. (1.4) • The Counseling Center provided learning opportunities for 4 GAs who apply their counseling and presentation knowledge gained in the classroom to their work in the Counseling Center. (2.1) • The Counseling Center provided a presentation to the Student Affairs Council to demonstrate the learning that occurs by graduate students as they work in the Counseling Center. (2.4) • The Counseling Center staff regularly refer students to many Student Affairs and other University resources. (3.2) • The Counseling Center hired a new counselor who bring a rich experience of diversity. (4.3) • The Counseling Center identified needs for the hiring of a part-time therapist and a full-time therapist, due to increased demands for services, and both positions were filled. (5.1) • The Counseling Center improved the efficiency and effectiveness of serving students and in student file management by implementing Titanium software and by in updating office processes and procedures. (5.3) 4
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International Linkages •Australia • Macquarie University •Chile • Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile •China • Beijing Normal University • China University of Mining and Technology • Hebei University • Nanjing Medical University • Southwest University of Political Science and Law • Tonji University • University of Hong Kong •Denmark • Copenhagen Business School •England • Kingston University • Lancaster University • Manchester Metropolitan University • University of Kent at Canterbury •France • Ecole National Superieure de Ceramique Industrielle • EDHEC Business School • University d’Artois • University of Jean Moulin Lyon III • University of Limoges •Germany • University of Heidelberg • Fachhochschule Aachen • Paedagogische Hochschule Ludwigsburg • Zeppelin University •Italy • University of Bari •Japan • Gakushuin University • Nagoya University of Foreign Studies • Oberlin University • Oita University • Sophia University • Tokyo University of Science & Technology •Korea • Hong-IK University •Mexico • Tecnologico de Monterrey www.oip.uncc.edu/links •Netherlands • Technical University of Delft • University of Amsterdam •Peru • Catholic University of Santa Maria •Poland • University of Wroclaw • Academy of Art & Design in Wroclaw •Scotland • University of Aberdeen •South Africa • Stellenbosch University •Spain • University of Cantabria • Universitat Jaume I •Sweden • Orebro University •Taiwan • National Kaohsiung Normal University •United Arab Emirates • United Arab Emirates University
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Counseling Practicum (COUN 6965)  Practicum is described as a “distinctly defined, supervised clinical experience in which the student develops basic counseling skills and integrates professional knowledge” (CACREP, 2009).  The Counseling programs require that students complete a minimum of 100 hours of Counseling Practicum (COUN 6965) over the course of one semester. Generally this practicum experience takes place in the 2nd semester of a student’s first year in the program.
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INTERNSHIP REQUIREMENTS • Internship may not commence until: – student is officially registered for the course *AND* – the semester officially begins • Meet with Faculty Advisor in first week of semester to identify appropriate meeting schedule and academic deadlines for assigned coursework/ tasks. • Complete required hours at the internship site: – 150 hours (3 credit) • Complete and submit the following to your Internship Faculty Advisor – All assigned academic requirements and tasks by assigned deadlines – Internship Hourly Log (signed by internship site supervisor) – Internship Student Evaluation – Internship Site Supervisor Evaluation (signed letter in a sealed/signed envelope)
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CECP Master’s Programs Descriptions School Counseling Our Master of Arts in School Counseling offers comprehensive preparation for professional practice as a school counselor. Students are trained in the ASCA National Model (2012) and the Wisconsin Comprehensive School Counseling Model (WCSC; 2007). -This program requires 48 credits for completion Clinical Mental Health Counseling Our Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling is dedicated to training professional counselors in evidence-based and emerging best practices and prepares students to practice as a professional clinical mental health counselor. -This program requires 60 credits for completion -This program has 2 optional specializations: *Child/Adolescent Counseling *Addictions Counseling
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Works Cited: • (1) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page 10. Table 1.1 Summary of different major clade groups use to classify dinosaurs, general descriptions of anatomical characteristics for each group and genus examples. • (2) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page 266. • • • • • • • • • (3) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page 267. (4) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page10. (5) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page 258. (6) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page 257. (7) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page 125. (8) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page 260. (9) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page 259. (10) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page 268. Farlow, James O., Surman, Brett M. K. Walters, Robert F. The Complete Dinosaur (1999) . Page 228. Currie, P.J. Tanke, D.H. “Head-Biting Behavior in Theropod Dinosaurs: Paleopathological Evidence” 1998 GAIA N 15 167-184. Bakker Robert T. “Brontosaur Killers: Late Jurassic Allosaurids As Saber-tooth Cat Analogues” 1998 GAIA N 15 145-158. • •
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FAQ: Summer Internships 14. What happens if I do not get my first or second choice for the internship? The internship assignments are influenced by three factors; business need, student’s year in program and the number of training slots available. Second year students most often will be awarded their first or second internship choice. 15. Can I request a different internship? No, the student cannot request a different internship. 16. When do I find out what internship I’ve received? Energy Utility Degree Program students will find out about their summer internship when they are called and are offered the position in the spring.
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Steps in Identifying and Confirming Your Practicum for Gero 700A or B Course 1. Student Gero Practicum Course Eligibility 2. Practicum Planning Timelines 3. Practicum Planning Selection and Decision4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Making Process for Agency internship Interview Preparation and Process Practicum Confirmation Semester Schedules & Gero 700 Planning/Preparation Gero 700 Course Requirements & Expectations Contact information References
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Why practice ethical leadership? • Ethical leadership models ethical behavior to the organization and the community. • Ethical leadership builds trust. • Ethical leadership brings credibility and respect, both for you and for the organization. • Ethical leadership can lead to collaboration. • Ethical leadership creates a good climate within the organization. • If you have opposition, or are strongly supporting a position, ethical leadership allows you to occupy the moral high ground. • Ethical leadership is simply the right way to go. • Ethical leadership affords self-respect. Copyright © 2014 by The University of Kansas
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