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We are grateful to our College of Health Professions (CHP) Community preceptors. As a token of appreciation for your mentorship, the following PACE Preceptor Perks are available:

Pace Preceptor Perks for the College of Health Professions

  • You are eligible to apply for a courtesy appointment as a clinical assistant/associate faculty member.
    • Following the application and appointment of qualified applicants, your name will be listed in select Pace Publications. To apply for courtesy appointments as a clinical associate faculty, email the chair/ program director or clinical coordinator and state interest. The chair/program director will submit your resume and a letter of intent to Patricia Ketterer, assistant dean, Finance.
  • Online Access at Computer Resource Centers, Libraries, and Research Resources
    • Receive free online access at campus Computer Resource Centers, libraries, and research resources including access to the Pace wireless network when on campus. To gain access, you must apply for a PACE ID. Please contact the academic clinical coordinator.
  • Free entry or discounted tickets to Schimmel Theater Shows in New York City
  • Free entry or discounted tickets to Pace Setters sporting events in Pleasantville
  • Free entry to the art gallery displays at the Pleasantville Campus in the (pink) Choate House.
  • Professional Development
    • CHP offers numerous professional development workshops throughout the academic year. Preceptors will be invited to attend these workshops along with monthly Grand Rounds, colloquia, CHP Scholarship Day, and CHP Research Day. For more information, please contact the Center of Excellence for Advancing Leadership, Partnerships, and Scholarship (ALPS) at (914) 773-3726.
  • Preceptor Wellness
    • Free online/in person classes to meet your wellness needs including Kickboxing, Yoga, Toning, Boot camp. You must sign up for a Pace account and contact person – For the link to Zoom, please email JR Pouncey.
  • Mindfulness Resources - Pace University New York
    • Sophie R. Kaufman, DPS, MBA, is a Certified Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Teacher, trained at the Mindfulness Center at Brown University School of Public Health, and at the University of Massachusetts Medical School Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society (CFM).

Program-specific Preceptor Perks


  • Completion of ANCC Preceptorship Verification Form\
    • We will complete this form to document precepted clinical hours. For a completed form, please email Jane Dolan (director of Graduate Clinical Placement and Recruitment).
  • A chance to win an Apple product during our regular drawings
    • The Lienhard School of Nursing will enter preceptor names into a raffle to win Apple products three times a year. All preceptor names are entered once for each student they have precepted, so the more students precepted, the better the odds of winning.
  • Alumni/Preceptor Reception
    • The Lienhard School of Nursing holds an annual reception for alumni/preceptors at the New York State Nurse Practitioner conference. Information will be sent to all preceptors when it becomes available.

Nutrition and Dietetics

  • Completion of CPEU Preceptorship Verification Form (RDNs only)
  • 1-25 Contact Hours (1 CPEU)
  • 26-50 contact hours (2 CPEUs)
  • 51 and greater contact hours (3 CPEUs)
  • Special Guest admission rates to professional development workshops

Occupational Therapy Program

  • 1 Professional Development Unit (PDU) per Level I student and 1 unit per 1 week of Level II fieldwork supervision (up to a max of 18 units per fieldwork over 3 years) towards NBCOT recertification.
  • Access to MOTEC Clinical Education events worth continuing education credits
  • Special Guest admission rates to Professional Development Workshops

Physicians Assistant Program

  • AAPA Category 1 CME Credits for Clinical Teaching (PA Pleasantville LV ONLY)
    • Preceptors are eligible for a maximum of 10 category 1 CME credits per calendar year. CME credit is currently limited to preceptors who are licensed and practicing physician assistants. For additional information, please contact or Mary Anne Aylward Clinical Education Coordinator.

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Invitation to attend Greater New York Council of Academic Clinical Educators in Communication Sciences and Disorders annual conference, offered for supervisors at reduced rate.

To become a preceptor please contact the clinical coordinator for your program

Lienhard School of Nursing

Jane Dolan MSN, RN
Graduate Clinical Placement and Recruitment


Amy Olsen
Program Coordinator
Graduate Clinical Placement


Laura M. Hernandez, MSN, RN
Associate Director
Graduate Clinical Support


Health Science Program

Sheryl Scalzo
Clinical Coordinator and Clinical Assistant professor

Nutrition and Dietetics

Jessica Tosto
Department Chair | Clinical Coordinator

Occupational Therapy

Jennifer Tokash
Academic Fieldwork Coordinator

Physician Assistant Program in Pleasantville

Mary Anne Aylward
Director of Clinical Education and Clinical Associate Professor

Gina Cascarano
Clinical Staff Associate

Physician Assistant Program, NYC

Alison Ismael

Communication, Sciences, Disorders

Amy Kantor
Clinical Externship Manager

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