Education and training qualifications
Fellows must have completed their doctoral degree and internship training from an APA or CPA accredited program. Fellows are appointed to full-time positions for one year. A total of 2000 hours of training are provided in the training year and is sufficient for licensure in New Hampshire. Applicants should ensure that the licensure requirements in their future career locations are consistent with this standard.
Positions are open until filled. The Dartmouth Psychology Fellowship Program uses the APPA CAS application portal for applications. For applicants choosing not to use the APPA CAS, please send the following:
- A cover letter outlining career goals/interests and indicating the specific primary fellowship emphasis you are applying for (Anxiety Disorders, Digestive Health, or Child and Pediatric)
- 3 recommendation letters
- Verification of degree completion
- Relevant manuscripts
Please email materials to Robert E. Brady, PhD at email@example.com with the subject line “Postdoctoral Fellowship Application”.
Successful initiation of the fellowship year is contingent upon eligibility to work legally in the United States and successful completion of our pre-employment screening process. This process includes an online application, criminal background investigation, drug testing for federally controlled substances, and health screening. Information on how to complete the online application will be sent shortly after the Match date. To meet regulatory requirements you must complete your drug testing with Occupational Medicine within thirty (30) days of the date of orientation to DHMC. Consistent with institutional employment policy, psychology fellows must provide proof of vaccination or complete vaccinations through Occupational Medicine as a condition of employment.