Ashland Theological Seminary student receives $8,000 fellowship

Adam Hall is pursuing a master’s degree in Ashland's clinical mental health counseling program.
Adam Hall is pursuing a master’s degree in Ashland's clinical mental health counseling program. | File photo

Ashland Theological Seminary student Adam Hall has been awarded an $8,000 National Board for Certified Counselors' (NBCC) Counseling Fellowship.

The NBCC Foundation selected Hall for the Minority Fellowship Program-Youth. Hall will receive funding and training to support his education and facilitate his service to underserved minority populations, with a focus on youths ages 16 to 25.

Hall, a graduate of Liberty University, is pursuing a master’s degree in Ashland's clinical mental health counseling program.

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