Qualifications and Benefits


  • Competed a Master's degree in Social Work prior to start date from an accredited NASW approved program training institution.
  • Completed internships, preferably in a university counseling center
  • Strong generalist skills, knowledge and experience in brief individual/group clinical work, multicultural issues and crisis intervention.
  • Must be ready and able to participate in necessary 2000 hours per year for the two year fellowship to meet licensure requirements in Michigan.


  • Year One: $40,000 annual salary
  • Year Two: $44,000 annual salary
  • 24 days vacation/sick leave (earned at 2/month)
  • Health benefits
  • 10 paid holidays
  • Private offices with access to the University of Michigan libraries and technologies.
  • Recreational facilities and parking are available on a fee basis.

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