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Doctoral Fellows

Meet the Fellows

Current NBCC Minority Fellowship Program Fellows

Doctoral Fellows

Meet the 20 mental health counseling doctoral students named as 2021 NBCC Foundation MFP Fellows.

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Master's Fellows

Meet the 30 mental health counseling master's students named as 2021 NBCC Foundation MFP Fellows.

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Addictions Counseling Fellows

Meet the 40 addictions counseling master's students named as 2021 NBCC Foundation MFP Fellows.

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History of the NBCC Minority Fellowship Program

In 2012, the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) was awarded the federally funded Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). This grant allows the Foundation to distribute up to 24 doctoral-level minority fellowships on a yearly basis. These awards enable fellows to provide leadership to the profession through education, research and practice benefiting vulnerable underserved consumers.

In 2014, NBCC was awarded two additional federally funded MFP grants from SAMHSA that allow the Foundation to distribute up to 80 master’s-level minority fellowships on a yearly basis. These fellowships increase the number of culturally competent addiction counselors and mental health counselors available to underserved minority populations, with a specific focus on transition-age youth (ages 16–25).

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Previous NBCC Minority Fellowship Program Fellows

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