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    Board Member Appointments: 

    The Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists is required to post potential vacancies.
    The following seats have terms expiring on 6/30/2017:
    • one licensed clinical professional counselor seat
    • three licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselor seats
    • two licensed clinical  marriage and family therapists 

    To apply for  appointment consideration, please submit an application via the Governor's Appointments Office (GAO) site at http://govappointments.maryland.gov/​ by Monday, April 3, 2017.  During the online application submission, applicants will be asked to upload a current resume. It is suggested to allot at least one hour to complete the application documents. 
    Please closely read the directions on how to apply as there are three documents that must be completed. If you have any questions about the application or use of the website, please contact the GAO at 410-974-2611.

    Although nominations and letters of endorsement are not required to be submitted by applicants, should you wish to submit a letter or have one submitted on your behalf please submit the letter(s) to the attention of Kim Bennardi, Administrator, Office of Appointments and Executive Nomination, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, 201 W. Preston Street, 5th Floor, Baltimore, Md 21201 or email: kim.bennardi@maryland.gov by Monday April 3, 2017. Once the deadline for applications has passed, applicants will be vetted and interviews with nominees who meet the requirements will be scheduled by the interviewer chosen by the Secretary. The final appointment decision is made by the Governor.