Queens College is recruiting 15 select graduate students for a grant-funded program in Multicultural School Psychology. It is a 4-year program.
Graduate students accepted in this training grant must sign a Service Obligation Agreement with the U.S. Department of Education that includes a payback agreement stating that individuals who receive grant funding are required to repay the costs of their assistance by providing two years of full-time employment for each year that they receive tuition support (i.e., 4 years of academic support = 8 years of full-time service). The payback agreement is fulfilled by providing direct services in a setting in which the majority of the infants, toddlers or children are receiving special education, related services, or early intervention services from the individual; or, the individual spends at least the majority of his/her time providing special education, related services,
or early intervention services to infants, toddlers, and children with disabilities; and, the children served must fall under the definition of eligible children as described in the Individuals Disabilities Education Act (see IDEA Sec. 602(3)).