UNT doctoral students receive Minority Fellowship awards

2018 Minority Fellowship Awards

UNT College of Education Counseling doctoral students Mónica Rodriguez and Jose Tapia-Fuselier received 2019 Minority Fellowship Awards for Doctoral Mental Health Counselors during the National Board for Certified Counselors Foundation Symposium.

The National Board for Certified Counselors Foundation awards up to $20,000 to students pursuing graduate studies. The highly-competitive awards are designed to increase access to effective, culturally competent counseling services for underserved minority populations.

Pictured above: From left, Citlali Molina, UNT doctoral student in counseling awarded the 2018 NBCC Minority Fellowship for Doctoral Mental Health Counselors; Marjorie Brown, UNT masters student in counseling awarded the 2018 NBCC Minority Fellowship for Master Mental Health Counselors; Mónica Rodriguez, UNT doctoral student in counseling awarded the 2019 NBCC Minority Fellowship for Doctoral Mental Health Counselors; Jose Tapia-Fuselier, doctoral student in counseling awarded the 2019 NBCC Minority Fellowship for Doctoral Mental Health Counselors; and Charmaine Conner, doctoral student in counseling awarded the 2018 NBCC Minority Fellowship for Doctoral Mental Health Counselors.