June 4, 2015

Inaugural IRCEP International Fellow Announced

IRCEP has launched a fellowship program for international doctoral-level students. The program is designed to offer opportunities to current international CACREP doctoral students to become an IRCEP Fellow for a one-year term. This one year fellowship is designed to provide an in-depth training and exposure of quality assurance in higher education, specifically in counselor education. The goal of the fellowship is to provide international doctoral students with career-expanding opportunities by enhancing their knowledge of quality assurance as it relates to counselor education, their leadership skills, and their professional networks.

IRCEP is proud to announce Kadie-Ann Caballero-Dennis as the first IRCEP Fellow. Kadie-Ann is an international doctoral candidate at North Dakota State University. She completed her M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Shippensburg University. ** ADD MORE BIO HERE**After completing her doctoral degree, Kadie-Ann hopes to return to Jamaica to use the skills and experience she has gained as a counselor educator to promote counseling identity and assist in developing quality assurance practices in the Caribbean.