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The School at Columbia University recruits professionals to join our dynamic community and contribute to the core values of our educational mission.

The School at Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer -- Race/Gender/Disability/Veterans. It is committed to a workforce of faculty and staff that reflects the diversity and talent of New York City, the larger metropolitan area, and the nation. It is also committed to a working and learning environment supportive of its faculty and staff in their pursuit of productive and fulfilling professional and personal lives. 

Application for positions is conducted via Columbia University's application site for academic positions (RAPS, the Recruitment of Academic Personnel System) or the application site for administrative positions (JAC, Jobs at Columbia).




Psychology Doctoral Training Program

The School at Columbia University offers a doctoral psychology training program for eligible doctoral candidates in school and clinical psychology programs. The psychology training program is a full-time, 40-45 hour per week, 10-month position. The program begins in late August and ends in late June. Trainees complete a minimum of 1750 supervised hours. There will be three full-time trainees for the 2017-18 school year. This program is designed to provide a planned, programmed sequence of training experiences with a primary focus on assuring both breadth and quality of training. The program provides training in a broad range of psychological assessment and intervention activities. Under supervision, trainees provide direct psychological services to a diverse group of students, parents, and school personnel. Trainees receive at least two hours of individual supervision per week from licensed staff psychologists and at least two hours of additional didactic experiences, including group supervision and training seminars. The program places emphasis on providing opportunities to learn about cultural and individual diversity as they relate to the practice of psychology, and is committed to attracting diverse applicants to the program.
 
For additional information, contact Dr. Elizabeth Marek at 212-851-2711 or emarek@theschool.columbia.edu.


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