CAMHI Bachelor's Completion Scholarship
The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Initiative (CAMHI) Scholarship is $15,000 over two years (full-time) or three years (part-time). The scholarship will be awarded to students who have been accepted to the Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Services.
Students eligible for CAMHI scholarships:
- Are individuals who come from historically marginalized or low-income backgrounds, are first-generation college students or are underrepresented minorities in the behavioral health field;
- Have an interest in pursuing behavioral health careers working with children, adolescents, and families;
- And, reside in, or work with historically marginalized or low-income populations, in Greater Boston. The cities and towns we traditionally include within the definition of Greater Boston are pictured and listed below.*
If you are interested in being considered for this scholarship, there is a place to indicate your interest on the Bachelor’s application. If you have any questions, please email BHcareers@williamjames.edu.
The William James College Child & Adolescent Mental Health Initiative Scholarship is generously supported by a grant from the Boston Children’s Collaboration for Community Health.
About the Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Services Completion Program
The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Psychology and Human Services is a bachelor's completion program offered through a blended model with a combination of online courses and 1-2 Saturdays per month for an on-campus course. The program is 3-years part-time or 2-years full-time. Students are part of a learning group/cohort that accompanies them throughout their time in the program. There is an optional concentration in Substance Use and Addictions.
Students currently working in one of these agencies may qualify for additional funding through their employer.
- Justice Resource Institute (JRI)
- The Home for Little Wanderers
If you have any questions, please email BHcareers@williamjames.edu
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