The National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations (NCPMI) is pleased to announce the application process for our second cohort of Fellows. NCPMI fellows will have the opportunity to be involved in a variety of activities including, but not limited to, developing training materials, providing training, summarizing research, collaborating on research activities, and developing policy materials. Each fellow will be matched with a center faculty who will serve as their mentor and collaborator. The fellow and mentor will create a professional development plan based on the fellow’s goals. Doctoral students as well as recent doctoral graduates (completed their doctoral program since 2015) are eligible.
Application deadline: June 30, 2020
The following are materials required with your submission:
Biosketch (4-page limit, 12 pt font)
Your biosketch should include a listing of:
- Past positions and employment
- Awards and honors
- Peer-reviewed publications and presentations
- Ongoing or previous research support (list funding source and amount)
- Other relevant work (e.g., training or professional development work, non-peer reviewed publications, curricula or trainings developed)
Personal Statement (5-page limit, double spaced)
Please describe the following:
- Past experience(s) related to the Pyramid Model (e.g., research, training, implementing);
- How participating in the PMI fellowship will advance your career goals;
- How you will integrate the Pyramid Model into your ongoing doctoral program requirements. OR How you will integrate the Pyramid Model into your ongoing work responsibilities;
- An overview of the type of activities you would like to participate in and the outcomes you would like to achieve as part of the PMI Fellowship; and
- Name of NCPMI faculty member(s) with whom you would be interested in working along with a brief explanation about how your work aligns with the faculty member(s). Bios of the NCPMI faculty members who will be working with fellows are included below.
Letters of Recommendation
Please request letters of recommendation from two individuals who are your faculty members (e.g., advisors, research supervisors) or professional colleagues. These individuals should be able to speak to your experience with the Pyramid Model, the likelihood of your achieving your goals, and how your participation in the PMI Fellowship program will be integrated into your ongoing program requirements or work. If you are a doctoral student, one of your letters should be from your advisor who must speak to how your work as a fellow will align with your program requirements. If you are an early career professional, one letter must be from your employer or supervisor who should speak to how your work as a fellow will align with your work responsibilities.