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After you've toured MITPP.ORG you may wish to learn more about what it's like to train at MITPP. You're welcome to contact an MITPP graduate.
The following graduates would be pleased to hear from you. You may phone or email them.
Carol Mazor (212) 678-4259 firstname.lastname@example.org
Barbara Reichenthal (212) 532-4399 email@example.com
For Information about the CONFERENCE ON EVIL please contact Gene Yellin at: 212 564 4067 or firstname.lastname@example.org
EARN AND LEARN
WHILE WORKING TOWARD LCSW LICENSURE AND A CERTIFICATE IN PSYCHOANALYTIC
The Metropolitan Institute for Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, in conjunction with the Metropolitan Center for Mental Health (metropolitancenter.com), offers social workers the opportunity to be paid for clinical hours while working toward LCSW licensure and a Certificate in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Work a minimum of 20 clinical hours weekly. Browse MITPP. org to learn more about flexible training options.
To apply, email your cover letter and CV to email@example.com
MITPP seeks an experienced Administrator.
Work three hours each day (plus a few hours on several evenings each year with notice far in advance.) You may choose your hours and work partly from home if you wish, except for set hours on Wednesdays at our offices on West 86th Street, east of Amsterdam Avenue in Manhattan. A neighborhood resident is preferred.
Fluency in MS Word and the PC version of AOL is essential. Familiarity with HTML is a plus.
The position requires initiative, a professional attitude and phone manner, common sense, dependability, courtesy and a warm, outgoing personality. We seek a well-organized, hands-on, detail-minded, multi-tasker who is able to work independently, sometimes under pressure. You will work on your own but closely with the Director and Registrar. The work is extremely varied. Duties include public contact, coordinating events, keeping communications flowing, attending Board meetings, proofreading, working with our mailing house, interfacing with the staff and administration of other organizations, record keeping, computer work, filing, phones, occasional errands, the planning of and assisting at professional and social functions and more.
Before being interviewed, applicants will be briefly tested to demonstrate skill in Microsoft Word and the PC version of AOL.
For consideration, copy your resume into the body of an email. You must include an hourly salary or range. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org