Apply to the Behavioral Health Service Corps℠
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Application Deadline for Spring 2024 (January Start)
Deadline: Friday, December 15, 2023
Your admissions process will include two interviews:
- The first interview will be with William James College Center for Workforce Development team members
- The second is with employers
Required Application Materials
- Completed application form*
- Two (2) letters of recommendation
- Curriculum Vitae
- Application essay
- Official transcript(s)
*Scholars selected for the program will also complete a job application for their employment site.
Letters of Recommendation
Letter(s) of recommendation are required from people who are able to attest to your professional, academic, intellectual, motivational, interpersonal, and emotional qualities. References should not be provided by family members, friends, or others who don't know you in either a professional or academic context. Please provide this form to your recommenders.
Please attach a current CV or résumé which includes the following: educational background, current activity, length and description of employment and/or training experiences, workshops and seminars attended, and any additional professionally-related material (e.g., presentations, publications, etc.). You may also include any extracurricular activities or interests that you deem relevant.
Please provide a 500-word essay stating your interest in the Behavioral Health Service Corps℠ program.
Please request an official academic transcript from each undergraduate and graduate institution that you have attended. Paper transcripts or e-transcripts should be sent directly to William James College from the issuing registrar's office. We recommend that you request these documents as soon as you decide to apply for admission and to allow at least ten business days for the issuing registrar to process your request. If you have completed a semester abroad and these corresponding courses do not appear on your home institution's transcript with a letter grade, then you must provide a separate transcript for this period of study.
Paper transcripts must be addressed to:
William James College
Office of Admissions
1 Wells Avenue
Newton, MA 02459
E-transcripts must be sent to email@example.com, and must arrive at William James College on or before the set deadline. Postmark on the deadline date is not acceptable.
All applicants who have attended a non-US institution of higher learning must provide an official translation and equivalency to US Higher Education of their academic record. William James College recommends that applicants contact World Education Services to request this service. For more information, please visit www.wes.org.