Do you dream of serving the United States Navy? If you are committed towards your goal, then here is the opportunity to help you overcome the financial difficulties you face during the completion of your academics. The Navy Psychology Training Department of the United States is happily inviting applicants to enrol in their immensely valuable Navy Clinical Psychology Health Professions Scholarship Program. Students who are United States citizens pursuing a doctoral degree in clinical or counselling psychology and have a desire to serve in the United States Navy are welcome to apply. Candidates should meet height weight standards and should be medically qualified.
Many students dream of serving the nation or Navy. However, that’s not easy for the students to stand of the terms and the requirements along with managing their educational burden. That is why this program is initiated to support these students who are keen towards their dreams. Serving the Navy is the matter of pride in itself which comes with a lot of obstacles and hard work. If you are ready to work hard and focus on your career overcoming all the problems, then this program will give you all the needed financial support to achieve those goals.
One of the most prestigious and well-known Navy in the world is the United States Navy. USN or United States Navy is the naval warfare service branch of the United States Armed forces and one of the eight uniformed services of the United States. It is the most capable and largest Navy in the world, and it had been estimated that in terms of tonnage of its active battlefield alone, it is larger than the next 13 navies combined, including 11 U.S allies and partner nations.
|Educational Level||Doctoral Degree Students|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Requirement||Application, Materials to verify eligibility|
Who May Be Eligible?
Please strictly follow the below-given requirements before applying for the program:
- A student must be pursuing doctoral degrees in clinical or counselling psychology, who have the desire to serve in the United States navy.
- Applicant should be enrolled in APA accredited programs PhD or Psy.D.
- Candidate must be a United States citizen (dual citizenship not permitted).
- The student should be less than 42 years of age when starting the pre-doctoral internship.
- Candidate should be medically qualified and meet height/weight standards.
- The fellow should be able to pass a security background check (be eligible for a Secret security clearance).
- An individual should be a full-time student.
How to Apply
Only the eligible students for the guidance of the application process should contact the Head of Student Programs for HPSP at (301) 295-1594 or (301) 295-1217. Applicants can also contact the National Director, Navy Psychology Training Programs (Dr John Ralph) at (301) 295-2476 or email@example.com. Students should apply for HPSP during their first (or in some cases, second) year of graduate school. Students who have not yet started graduate school should not apply. Interviews conducted as part of the application process will be scheduled during the second half of the academic year. Candidates are guided to be in proper coordination until the completion of the project.
- Materials to verify the eligibility of the students.
- Full tuition
- Stipend: $2,466.00 per month
- All required fees with some exceptions (e.g., parking, cap and gown, student union fees, etc.)
- All required books and equipment.
- Reimbursement for student’s health and dental insurance.
- Full pay and allowances of an Ensign (0-1) for 45 days per year (Annual Training (AT) (~$4,500)
- One sponsored AT per year – travel and per diem paid if AT is performed in a location other than school.
Applications are currently open.