Guy Beauduy, current doctoral student in Counseling, is a recipient of the National Board for Certified Counselors Minority Fellowship Program (MFP). The program is designed to strengthen & engage diverse individuals in counseling. Guy says, “Being chosen as an NBCC Minority Fellow is a dream come true. Since I was a teen, serving my community has always been my priority- getting recognized for such is a plus. I want to thank the MSU Counseling Department and the faculty for their ongoing support in my endeavors as a doctoral student and burgeoning counseling professional. Much thanks also goes to the NBCC board for bestowing upon me such a prestigious title which affords me the opportunities that will come with it.”
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