Minority Fellowship Program
The SAMHSA funded AAMFT Minority Fellowship Program brings together highly qualified MFT Doctoral Students from across the country to become part of the fellowship program. Applications for the AAMFT MFP come from Doctoral students and programs across the country each year. Applications for the MFP Fellowship are open to all qualified students that are interested in the fields of substance abuse and mental health services to minority and underrepresented populations. If you are interested in finding out more information on applying to the MFP please visit our Dissertation Completion Fellowship application page and Doctoral Fellowship application page.
This page outlines demographic information on applications received by the AAMFT MFP from 2007 - present. This page contains self-reported data based on information submitted by applicants to the MFP. If you have any questions regarding the AAMFT MFP please free to contact us.
The intensity map below outlines states from which we have received applications for the Minority Fellowship Program:
Hover over a state for more information on the number of applications received.
Demographic Application Map from 2007 - Present
To get a better sense of past applications for the Minority Fellowship Program refer to the demographic map below. Select a red dot in a state to view additional demographic information on past applicants.
Use the navigation icons on the map to zoom in and out to find out more information on applicants and applications received from your state!
Gender Distribution from 2007 - Present
The chart below outlines the gender distribution of MFP applicants from 2007 - Present
Academic Institution Distribution from 2007 - Present
For information on which academic institutions applicants have come from please click here.
Ethnic/Racial Distribution from 2007 - Present
The chart below outlines the ethnicity/race of MFP applicants from 2007 - Present
Number of Applications Received
The chart below outlines the number of applications received each year for the AAMFT MFP.