Hospice Clinical Pastoral Education Intern Program

Interested in becoming a hospice chaplain?

The Hospice Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) program is a unique educational experience in pastoral care. It employs the action/reflection/action model of education which encourages students to learn through their direct experiences of ministry to patients and family members, in a clinical setting, and, by reflecting upon, and exploring, those experiences with peers and a supervisor.

The CPE program is composed of approximately 100 hours of seminar time and 300 hours of clinical time. Students meet for seminars Mondays, 9a-3p and provide clinical time 1 day a week.

The Hospice CPE Intern Program is supervised by Pothin Ngyele, Hospice of Frederick County Chaplain. The program is administered through Frederick Memorial Healthcare.

Tuition is $400; a bill will be sent to educational institutions if CPE is taken for academic credit.

Join our hospice chaplaincy program by submitting your application online or by calling 240-566-4951 for more info.

Learn more about FMH"s Clinical Pastoral Education Program.

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