(Minnesota, May 2015) Nathan Shaylor Alley, a student at Argosy University, Twin Cities in the Clinical Psychology Master of Arts Program, was awarded $11,000 by the NBCC Foundation, an affiliate of the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) for the Minority Fellowship Program- Addictions Counselors (MFP-AC). Nathan will receive funding for his counseling service to underserved Native American youth from ages 16-25. His focus is to create a positive change in the community.
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