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Graduate Student of the Year Award
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Purpose of the Award

The Graduate Student of the Year Award is intended to honor student members who exemplify the ideal mental health counseling student through outstanding scholastic and academic performance, outstanding counseling practice or outstanding writing contributions to the field of mental health counseling.

Procedure for Nomination

Any person who is a current member of AMHCA may make a nomination. Clarity of presentation and complete and specific documentation of the behaviors and/or incidents supporting this nomination will facilitate the committee's selection process.

  1. Nominees should be student members of AMHCA and their state chapter, where applicable.
  2. Nominees must be nominated by a graduate advisor and the state chapter, where applicable.
  3. The nomination should be accompanied by two letters of recommendations from two other professors within the nominee's program.
  4. The nominee should maintain at least a 3.0 GPA, involvement with the state chapter and/or significant contributions to mental health counseling field as outlined above.
Past Award Recipients

Todd Burd


Sharon Cyrus-Savary


Melissa Meade


Jason Stout


Nicki A. Covey


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