FY17 Support for Massachusetts EI Programs for Supervision of Interns

FY17 Support for Massachusetts EI Programs for Supervision of Interns
The EI Training Center at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health is continuing a program to support local Early Intervention sites in hosting interns from Massachusetts Approved Higher Education Programs.
Those programs are:
  • Bay Path University: Certificate Program in Early Intervention
  • Lesley University: Bachelor’s degree programs in Child and Family Studies or Early Childhood Education with an EI Concentration
  • Northeastern University: Graduate degree programs in Speech Language Pathology, Counseling Psychology, School Psychology or Physical Therapy with an EI Concentration; Bachelor’s degree programs in Communication Disorders and Psychology, both with an EI Concentration; Interdisciplinary Early Intervention Certificate Program
  • MGH Institute of Health Professions: Graduate degree program in Speech Language Pathology with an EI Concentration
  • UMASS Boston: Bachelor’s degree program in Early Education and Care in Inclusive Settings with a concentration in Early Intervention
Internships of at least 300 hours will be supported through this initiative. The hosting Massachusetts EI program will receive $300 and each site supervisor will receive $200. NOTE: An EI programs may now apply for support for more than 1 intern per semester. For each additional intern approved, each additional site supervisor can receive the $200 stipend. Reimbursement will be issued based on successful review and applications are reviewed in order or receipt. Programs may apply for internship support for one student per semester.
For applications please contact Emily Webb emily.webb@state.ma.us.