PSYCHOLOGY RELATED LINKS
American Psychological Association
Provides an extensive amount of information on Psychology careers and accredited graduate programs.
Psi Chi, the National Honor Society in Psychology
This site provides information and links for career opportunity and Psychology sites.
Career Development in Psychological and Behavioral Sciences
A guide how students can be more proactive, career-oriented and professional.
OCCUPATION/ MAJOR EXPLORATION
Entry Level Positions Obtained by Psychology Majors
Offers a list of entry level positions that may be available to Psychology majors interested in areas such as business, mental health/social services and others.
KSU: What can I do with a major in psychology?
Gives students insight on the possible careers they can pursue with a degree in Psychology. Along with this, the site provides details on each job listed, such as the nature of the work, training, salary and more valuable information.
Social Sciences Jobs in the Federal Government.
Allows Psychology majors to view a few examples of jobs that would be available to them in the Federal Government. This site also provides information on top social sciences agencies, fields and positions by region.
U of A: Psychology Majors, What can I do with this degree?
Provides students with a list of careers that can be obtained with a degree in Psychology, employers they pertain to and strategies for achieving those positions.
Careers in Psychology
Career list at the bachelor's, master's, and doctoral level and academic information about psychology at the bachelor's and graduate's level.
Pursuing Careers in Psychology
Additional information and helpful links to guide your search in finding a psychology related career path.
APA's Online career center where students can find helpful links to learn more about the field of psychology, professional development and about potential employers.
American Psychological Association of Graduate Students
Provides students with a number of links pertaining to graduate school. Most of the information given is from individuals who have gone through graduate school and reveal to the readers their experiences, along with valuable advice on what students today should be prepared for in their future graduate study.
An A - Z of Funding Opportunities for Students and Early Career Psychologists
This site provides links and information about different funding for grad programs, along with possible early careers that may appeal to those interested in Psychology.
APA's Resources for Students
Multiple links and resources for students considering graduate school.
EMPLOYMENT/ INTERNSHIP RESOURCES
Maryland Nonprofit Leadership Program
The Walter Sondheim Jr. Nonprofit Leadership Program offers paid summer internships for students interested in nonprofit management.
REU: NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates
REU provides the opportunity for undergraduate students to participate in active research in the sciences and social sciences. The REU website allows students to search for individual sites by interest/location.
Social Psychology Network
Provides a variety of links that involve job listings, internships, financial aid and career tips for Psychology majors.
Employment and Internship Resources and Opportunities
Psychology related jobs and internships posted by SMCM alumni.
The chosen Summer fellows will have a paid research assistantships in a Federal statistical agency in the Washington, DC area. Fellows are provided with housing and participate in weekly seminars in which they learn about surveys, statistics, graduate studies, and how government agencies work.
Psychwatch.com This website offers job listings, as well as recent articles, grants, and more information for prospective psychologists.
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