Who do you want to be as an MFT?
Who we are:
Being a part of the Student Collaborative Committee (SCC) provides opportunities that supplement your educational experience, including opportunities to create long lasting professional relationships through networking events, insight into emerging trends within the state of MN and nationally through discounted trainings and conferences, as well as the ability to contribute to a statewide dialogue throughout the entirety of your professional development.
The MAMFT SCC welcomes the involvement of all interested students!
Comprised of campus representatives from each of the 10 MFT programs in MN, the SCC was created in order to best represent the voices of all MFT students in MN, and for MAMFT to have a greater presence on each campus.
The 10 MFT Programs include:
Adler, Argosy, Bethel, Capella, Mankato, Northcentral University, St. Mary’s, St. Thomas, and the University of Minnesota.
Because of the natural lifecycle of students, new campus representatives from each school are frequently needed. If you are interested, please reach out to your MFT student community group and/or the MAMFT Student Representative, Chair of the SCC, at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What we stand for:
As MFT students the future is ours.
As students, it is never too late nor too early to think about your professional identity and the LMFT you wish to become.
Membership in MAMFT provides a unified and influential voice for Marriage and Family Therapists in Minnesota. Membership helps to advance our profession by supporting advocacy for the field and promoting growth, development, and integrity in our profession.
2018-2019 Student Representative
Casey O. Skeide, Director of Student Collaborative Committee