In order to secure your clinical placement (either Practicum or Internship), you will need to have a signed MOA on file with the Program's Coordinator of Clinical Placements. You will receive instructions about specific deadlines for this document during your Mid-program Review.
If you are not able to secure a site (with a signed MOA) by the deadline, you may be required to postpone your clinical placement by at least one semester.
The MOA can be found HERE.
VIDEO: How to complete the MOA: https://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cbiY2gltvU
Please note that some sites (Duke Hospital, for example) will want their own memorandum of understanding/agreement completed. You will need to work early and closely with Dr. Blount (the Clinical Placement Coordinator) to arrange for the appropriate paperwork to be completed. Most likely, the site's paperwork will need to first be reviewed by NCCU's legal counsel. This can take a bit of time, so plan accordingly.